Arts & Humanities

English - Special Study Opportunities 


Student Scholarships



Available to all students.

The Fulbright Program enables students to engage in a variety of educational activities in other countries, as well as to become student ambassadors while abroad. Founded by Senator William J. Fulbright in 1945, the Fulbright Program is sponsored by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. It is a highly competitive educational exchange program. Since 1996, Manchester University students have received 26 Fulbright grants, with 19 teaching English as a second language.

  • Forest Etsler taught English as a Second Language in South Korea.
  • Sara Kerkhoff studied literature by women in Morocco.
  • Monique DePue studied how English is taught as a second language in Lima, Peru.