The Fulbright Advanced Research and University Lecturing Program, also called the Fulbright Senior Scholar Program, is a scholarship for researchers and professors for the implementation of their own research projects at American universities, non-profit research institutes and some government institutions. Scholarship holders, in addition to the implementation of the research project, can also teach courses. Grants are awarded for a period of three to five months.
The scholar must hold a doctorate degree or equivalent professional qualification. The application requires that the scholar develop a theoretically-sound, well-written, and feasible proposal. Proposals that demonstrate a commitment to cross-cultural understanding and exchange will be given preference. The grants are for scholars who will begin their work in the United States during the 2019-20 academic year.
Applicants must arrange their own institutional affiliation. An application may be submitted even if the candidate has not completed arrangements with a host institution by the deadline for submission of applications.
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