UPCOMING FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION SESSION
4:00, CLOUGH 205
ERASMUS MUNDUS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM—EUROPEAN MASTER’S DEGREE FELLOWSHIPS
Presented by JANAE FUTRELL, Georgia Tech Alum and Previous Recipient of this Award
The Erasmus Mundus program offers scholarships to non-EU students for master’s (130 programs) and PhD (30 programs) in Europe in a wide variety of disciplines. Students study in at least two EU universities. Application deadlines for 2013-2014 are in December and January. The program is open to US citizens and international students.
This information session will be presented by Georgia Tech alum, Janae Futrell, who graduated with a M.Arch. from Georgia Tech in 2007. She was awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship during 2009-2011 and earned an MSc degree in Germany and Spain. She has been working as an architect and city planner for the International Red Cross (Asia Pacific Region), Caritas Germany (Haiti) and John Portman and Associates (Atlanta). She currently works at the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) as a project manager.