Sponsors & Partners
Fulbright Japan
Program at a Glance
1997-2008
Alumni: 6541
Applicants: 26478

About the program

The Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund (JFMF) Teacher Program was established to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Fulbright Program — a U.S. government-initiated project created in 1946 to foster mutual understanding through exchanges of university students, faculty and researchers.

Learn more about the program history


Successor program

While the Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program is no longer active, U.S. teachers still have the opportunity to participate in fully-funded, short-term study tours of Japan through the Japan-US Teacher Exchange Program for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).

Learn more about the program

Participant Stories
  • JFMF Laura Abeln

    "Never before have I felt so welcomed among strangers, to the point where I felt like I’d lived in Japan my entire life."

  • JFMF Janet Tift

    "My experience in Japan was beyond what I ever dreamed..."

  • JFMF Jeffrey Perl

    "I was able to experience Japan in a way most people who do not speak Japanese ever could."

   
Sponsors & Partners
Fulbright Japan
Program at a Glance
1997-2008
Alumni: 6541
Applicants: 26478

Facebook   Twitter   LinkedIn   YouTube   Instagram   RSS Feed

© 2015 Institute of International Education, Inc. All rights reserved.