On the afternoon of April 23, 2018, Officers from Embassy of the United States of America and U.S. Consulate General Chengdu visited Guizhou Normal University (GZNU), and gave a detailed introduction to the U.S.-China Fulbright Programs. The program Supervisor of the China Scholarship Council (CSC) visited GZNU at the same time.
At the lecture Ms. Liu Lin, Education Assistant of Public Affairs Section, Embassy of the United States of America，introduced Fulbright's core projects in detail, and gave examples of how to write high-quality research plans. After briefly introduction of CSC, Mr. Chang Quansheng focused on the requirements for applying this project. In particular, the project is reminded to submit the application materials on the designated website of both parties at the same time. Our teachers listened carefully and asked questions enthusiastically.
The Fulbright Programs, founded in 1946, was named after its proponent, former United States Senator Fulbright. The Fulbright Program between China and the United States is an important educational exchange between the governments of China and the United States. It is jointly funded and managed by the Ministry of Education of China and the State Department of the United States to promote mutual understanding between countries through education and cultural exchanges. Since 1979, more than 3000 Chinese and American scholars and students have taken part in the Fulbright program.