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United States: The US-EU Fulbright Program

THE US-EU Fulbright Program provides approximately eight grants to citizens of EU member states for study, research or lecturing on EU affairs, as well as approximately 12 grants to US citizens for study or research on EU topics. These grants are valid in any EU member state.

THE US-EU Fulbright Program provides approximately eight grants to citizens of EU member states for study, research or lecturing on EU affairs, as well as approximately 12 grants to US citizens for study or research on EU topics. These grants are valid in any EU member state.

The programme offers grants of $30,000 (Sk691,000) for post-university study at an accredited university in the United States. Candidates must intend to study EU affairs or US-EU relations. The grant includes a monthly stipend, partial or full tuition, round-trip air travel, health and accident insurance and visa sponsorship. The grant is for one academic year. The programme also offers grants for post-doctoral research and grants for university lecturing.

Candidates must be citizens of the EU, have a proven level of academic or professional excellence, have outstanding records, and be proficient in English.

Deadline for applications: Interested applicants should submit the preliminary application as soon as possible. Final application forms duly completed must reach the Fulbright Commission by March 1, 2008.

For more information see http://www.fulbright.be/USEU_Program/ Grants_for_EU_Citizens.htm


Source: Fulbright.be

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