Fulbright language evaluations call upon the evaluator to assess the applicant's abilities in the four main skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. You are given a scale and a small space for comments. Each evaluator may determine how to evaluate an applicant: it can be done based on previous experience if you have recently taught the applicant, a more formal protocol if you have not, or some hybrid of the two. In the end, Fulbright is looking for your judgement of whether the applicant's skills are adequate to carry out the project they propose.
Information for language evaluators
Please note: letters of recommendation and language evaluations are due BEFORE the national deadline! Please upload your letter or evaluation by the WU campus deadline of Tuesday, September 5, 2017.