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Fulbrighter Story: Odgerel Bumandalai

When I first found out that I was accepted to study my master’s degree in one of the U.S. universities as a Fulbright Scholar, I did not know what to expect. I felt extremely nervous and anxious, but at the same time I wanted to study and gain good knowledge from one of the best universities in the world. All I could think of was that I have to work hard and not to jeopardize those people’s trust whom gave me this once in a lifetime opportunity.

Apr 02, 2015
Fulbrighter Story: Zoljargalan Gantumur
After a successful Fulbright interview in July 2010, I had to take a several hard exams such as TOEFL, GRE in following few months in order to get the scholarship. Scores of the exams were not good as I wanted and I was still not informed the result of the program until the end of June. Some of the candidates said that they got their result and preparing to go to the U.S. and I almost lost my hope to get the Fulbright scholarship, however one day I got a call from the U.S. Embassy! After years of effort to learn English and find an opportunity to study in abroad, finally I became a Fulbright Student in July 2011. It was the brightest day of my life and it was like a dream come true!
Dec 08, 2014
Fulbrighter Story: Ariunaa Enkhtur, a new Fulbright alumna
...Ever since I learned about the program, while working with Fulbright alumni to organize the first National Conference of U.S. Alumni of Mongolia in 2006, I wanted to be a Fulbrighter one day.
Jul 22, 2014
Future Impacts of the Study in U.S. Institutes Experience

Guyen Galindev,
SUSI Alumni,
Mongolian University of Science and Technology.

Apr 28, 2014
My Fulbright stories

Ninj-Erdene Khurel,
English Language Instructor at American University of Mongolia,
Vice President of ELTAM, TESOL

Mongolia Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) 2008-2009,
Fulbright Foreign Student Program 2011-2013.

Apr 28, 2014
SUSI Stories

"A grant from the U.S. Department of State offered the opportunity for five of us from Mongolia and 15 other undergraduate women from four other countries -- Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and Burma (Myanmar) -- to participate in a five-week immersion program focusing on women’s leadership... For five weeks, we lived a dream that we hadn’t even dreamt about. At the same time we also had some sad moments, learning about the harsh realities that many face but many of us don’t know about. However, what we learned from this program has given us the inspiration to work to change these problems. We are all going to work hard to change and prevent unfair and ugly treatment of women in our own societies. Because we learned that wherever we are, women’s issues are universal and we are not alone in this battle. Our sisters around the world are also working hard to change their societies, sometimes at the risk of their lives..." - Enkhbayar, 21 SFLC, National University of Mongolia.

Dec 18, 2012
Fulbrighter Cooper's Story
"The Fulbright ETA position has opened my world in a way I never thought possible. It has provided me heaps of inspiration for my novels and has placed me in the presence of great teachers and interesting students, all within the borders of an exciting country that is growing exponentially. For me, my Fulbright ETA experience has been as much of a learning experience as it has been a teaching experience." Cooper Baltis, a Fulbright ETA.
Sep 12, 2012
UGRADer Erdene's Story
"Newness of new place will fade away and there will be you, all by yourself. If you shut yourself down, then you will never be able to expose yourself to the new culture. Living abroad is not just changing location, it is changing your perspectives and finding yourself and redefining your goals. It is an amazing opportunity that requires just a little perseverance. Do not be too attached to the person you left behind. Even it is different than what you used to believe in. It is not going to change who you are but add some new perspectives." Erdene, an alumna of the UGRAD exchange program.
Sep 12, 2012
Fulbrighter Naranbulag's Story
"The label "Fulbright" opens doors and hearts to you; many strangers would strike up a lively conversation with you and talk to you like your old friend simply because he or she shares the strong bond of Fulbright experience with you." Naranbulag, a Fulbright alumni.
Sep 12, 2012
Humphrey Gandolgor's Story

"I can surely say that the Humphrey year was the Perfect Year in My Life. I brought many great ideas and a lot of confidence with me from the Humphrey program and now I’m ready to implement my new knowledge and experience in practice," Gandolgor, a Hubert Humphrey Fellow.

Sep 12, 2012

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