USEFP is going to offer scholarships through FULBRIGHT FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING ASSISTANT (FLTA). The USEFP is governed by a binational commission made up of the same number of Pakistanis and Americans, with the Chair rotating every year between the two countries. The USEFP is one of 49 “Fulbright Commissions” throughout the globe. The USEFP has promoted mutual understanding between the peoples of Pakistan and the United States via educational and cultural interaction since 1951 when the first group of Pakistani grantees visited America, and in 1952, when the first group of American grantees visited Pakistan. Over 8,000 Pakistanis and 935 Americans have taken part in exchange programs run by the USEFP.
The FLTA Program is a nine-month, non-degree initiative sponsored by the United States Department of State that allows young English teachers to develop their teaching skills, improve their English language proficiency, and broaden their knowledge of American society and culture while teaching their native language to U.S. students and strengthening foreign language instruction at U.S. universities. In addition to conversation groups, recreational activities, and community outreach initiatives, Fulbright FLTA members participate with their host communities. Upon conclusion of the Fulbright FLTA program, participants must return to their home countries.
The Cycle of FULBRIGHT FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING ASSISTANT (FLTA):
|Date of Announcement||June/July|
|Staying Duration||9-10 months|
|The Program Will be Started in||Fall next year|
Eligibility Criteria for FLTA:
- Pakistani nationals.
- Residing in Pakistan throughout the nomination and selection process.
- 16 years of education.
- A teacher of the English language or the same field at the college or university level.
- Teaching experience will be preferred.
How to apply
A complete application file containing academic transcripts and recommendation letters must be submitted online by the application submission date. This is an application that must be completed online. There will be no printed copies allowed.
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