Since the inauguration of the Fulbright Program in 1946, almost 400,000 people worldwide have benefited from scholarships, taking part in academic exchanges between the USA and other countries. In Poland, where the Program has been operating since 1959, the number of alumni is already over two thousand. The community of Fulbrighters is growing every year, and its ranks are joined by successive, prominent scientists – lecturers, representatives of the business world, the government sector, as well as of non-governmental organizations, media, culture and the arts.


If you are looking for a Fulbright alumni from the recent years – the search engines provided below will allow you to search by different criteria, such as name and surname, field of study or host institution.


In this database you will find Polish and American scholars.

Polish students

In this database you will find Polish alumni of Fulbright student grants.

American students

In this database you will find American alumni of Fulbright student grants.


We invite you to contact the Ambassadors of the Fulbright Program in Białystok, Częstochowa, Gdańsk, Gliwice, Lublin, Poznań, Toruń, Warsaw and Wrocław.

The Ambassadors Program is a new initiative of the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Poland. The ambassadors were selected through an open competition from over 2,000 Polish alumni.

Ambassadors will share their Fulbright experiences, provide information about the current grant offer and give tips on how to strengthen your Fulbright application.


Polish Fulbright Alumni Association

The Polish Fulbright Alumni Association (PFAA) was established in 1993 in Warsaw. It is open only to Polish alumni of the Fulbright Program only. The aim of the Association is to build on its educational and social resources and to conduct its activities in a manner consistent with the mission of the Program. Although it is exclusively for Polish alumni, the PFAA does advise U.S. Fulbrighters about professional and personal life in Poland. It was also the association that requested President Lech Walęsa award Senator Fulbright with Poland’s highest honor for a foreigner: the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland.

Alumni Association in Poland

The Alumni Association was established in 2006 and is open to alumni of all exchange programs and study visits sponsored by the U.S. government, including the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) and the Fulbright Program. The goal of the Alumni Association is to promote understanding between Poland and the United States, improve knowledge about the USA, provide networking opportunities with Polish and international alumni of exchange programs sponsored by the U.S. government, and support members’ professional and personal development. Members can establish new contacts through meetings with American experts and representatives of the U.S. government, community service projects, cultural events, workshops, seminars, conferences, and debates