The essence of intercultural education is the ability to see the world as others see it, and to allow for the possibility that others may see something we have failed to see, or may see it more accurately.
To run my very first marathon in Bratislava with an elite group of runners in Slovakia along the Danube and through the busiest and oldest streets in the city, while being continually cheered on by friendly and excited spectators, was a unique experience that I will remember forever.
Elizabeth Romanoff Silva, Research Student Fulbright Fellow 2012-2013
The J. W. Fulbright Commission for Educational Exchange in the Slovak Republic has been established by executive agreements between the United States and the Slovak Republic (319/94 Zz., 320/94 Zz., 198/05 Zz.), to promote the educational, research and cultural exchanges between the United States and the Slovak Republic through the Fulbright Program.
J. W. Fulbright Commission Konventná 1 811 03 Bratislava