The following programs are available to U.S. Scholars in New Zealand

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New Zealand

Congratulations on receiving a Fulbright grant! The resources on this page are designed to familiarize you with your host location and provide important context and information as you prepare to travel abroad. We encourage you to review the readings, websites, and logistical information offered by local contacts. Click the section headings below to display the information.

Contact Information

New Zealand-United States Educational Foundation (Fulbright New Zealand)
Level 5, 26 The Terrace
PO Box 3465
Wellington 6140
New Zealand
Tel: +64 4 472 2065Email: info@fulbright.org.nz
Website: http://www.fulbright.org.nz/

Points of Contact:
US Scholars
Programme Manager, Morgan Bach (she/her)
 
US Students
Programme Manager, Paul Altomari (he/him)
Country Information

Alumni Contacts

Fulbright New Zealand Alumni of both our NZ and US programmes are often happy to connect with incoming US grantees. In the first instance you should contact your Fulbright NZ Programme Manager, who will be able to connect you with relevant alumni.

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Social Media

Instagram: @fulbrightnewzealand
Twitter: @FulbrightNZ

Award

All Disciplines

All applicants must meet the Program eligibility requirements (click to review the requirements).

Visit our Scholar Directory to view and search all Fulbright alumni. You can also learn more about Fulbright Alumni Ambassadors.

Scholars must be based full-time at a New Zealand institution to teach, conduct research or undertake a project combining both activities. Teaching activities can include teaching original material, teaching an existing course, presenting workshops and seminars, and supervising graduate-level students.

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