Representatives of the Fulbright Program visited ZSMU with an educational mission. The Deputy Director, Coordinator of Exchange Programs for Young Scientists and Students, Inna Barysh told students about opportunities for this program. They told very interesting and useful information for students and other parts of the audience.
They also listen with big interest to another guest, Ammy Ellen, scholarship-holder of U.S Program 2019-2020 in Ukraine and graduate of Cornell University. Now she is studying at the medical school of New York University. In Ukraine, she works together with the Ukrainian Institute on public health policy on preventing and protecting the health of HIV-positive, drug-addicted women in Ukraine.
This program of educational grants was founded by former Arkansas State Senator James William Fulbright in 1946. It is funded by the State Department of Congressional appropriations to strengthen cultural and academic ties between US citizens and other countries. Ukrainian students and young scientists, including Zaporizhzhya universities, are actively taking advantage of the program's preferences.
The program of educational grants was created in 1946 by ex-senator of Arkansas state, J. William Fulbright. This program is financed by The United States Department of State from the annual assignments of the Congress. This program aims to support academic contacts between the USA and other countries. Ukrainian students and young scientists actively used this opportunity.
05 February 2019