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Fulbright Educational Advising Center in Romania | Bucharest, Romania

The Fulbright Educational Advising Center, located in Bucharest, fosters mutual cultural understanding between the US and Romania through educational exchange. Join a small but dynamic and highly motivated team of staff that can provide you with hands-on work experience in the field of educational exchange in student advising, event management, communications, and marketing.

The Fulbright Educational Advising Center is located in the capital city, Bucharest, which offers an abundance of quality food and affordable restaurants, quality entertainment, and a good public transportation system. There is easy access from Bucharest to the mountains with their ski slopes and the Black Sea Coast with its beaches. English is spoken extensively in the urban areas, especially by the younger generation.

The Educational Advising Center of the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission, commonly known as the Fulbright Educational Advising Center, is the most comprehensive source of information in Romania on study opportunities in the US. In addition to advising students, the Center serves as a liaison with U.S. universities and Romanian educational authorities in order to facilitate the admission of Romanian students to U.S. study and research programs.

The Center has a library, a reading room, and a computer center with nine workstations. Visitors have free access to the Center’s services: group and individual advising sessions on application and admissions to study programs in the U.S.; test preparation materials, available in both hard copy and electronic format; and Internet access. In addition, the Center administers the TOEFL and the SAT and organizes special events, like university highlights and movie nights.

Typical internship tasks include the following:

  • Assist with the overall advising activities: daily front-desk activities: in-person, e-mail and phone inquiries
  • Present group advising sessions on undergraduate and graduate admissions, essay writing, the education system in the US, US culture, and international student adjustment to the US academic environment.
  • Design promotional materials (PPTs, brochures, posters, etc.)
  • Develop new group advising sessions in response to student needs (ex. TOEFL IBT: Speaking and writing)
  • Help update the center web page
  • Assist with the organization and administration of outreach programs, US cultural events, and movie nights
  • Act as ambassador of the US culture and promoter of US higher education

Academic Background:

  • All majors may apply. Interns with a background and experience in international relations, marketing, communications, student affairs, non-profit organizations, and education are encouraged to apply.


  • Interns are expected to demonstrate responsibility, professional motivation, flexibility, and effective communication skills.

Language Requirements:

  • English is the language of communication. Interns must be capable of written and spoken communication at a near-native level in professional settings.

Visa Requirements:

  • No visa is required for internships under 90 days.


Estimated One-Time Expenses

  • IE3Global Program Fee: $3,450
  • International Travel: $1,000

Estimated Monthly Expenses

  • Housing: $280 - $480
  • Food: $175
  • Local Transportation: $12
  • Utilities, Phone, Internet: $115

Independent Housing

Interns arrange their own housing.

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Fall | Winter | Spring

Application Deadline

Fall: April 15

Winter: September 1

Spring: November 15

Basic Requirements

-International Studies, East-European Studies, Education, or related major