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FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR PROGRAM, 1999-2000
International Opportunities for U.S. Faculty and Professionals
Visit the CIES Web site for a complete listing of available awards:
Over 700 grants are available to college/university faculty and
nonacademic professionals to lecture or pursue advanced research
and/or related professional activity abroad. Grants are offered in
nearly 130 countries for the 1999-2000 academic year.
August 1, 1998
Special programs (e.g., international education administrators
seminars, NATO) have later deadlines.
Areas of Interest:
Opportunities exist in every field of the social sciences, arts and
humanities, sciences, and in many professional fields.
Fulbright-supported activities include undergraduate and graduate
lecturing, individual advanced research, joint research collaboration,
- U.S. citizenship (permanent residency is not sufficient).
- Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree at the time of
- For professionals and artists outside academe, recognized
professional standing comparable to that associated with the
doctorate in higher education is required, unless otherwise noted in
an individual award description.
- College or university teaching experience is required at the level
and in the field of the proposed lecturing activity as specified in
the award description.
Most grants range in duration from two to twelve months. Some
lecturing assignments are for a semester, others for the full academic
English is sufficient for most awards, but foreign language
proficiency is sometimes required in Central and South America and in
Detailed award descriptions and application forms are accessible on
the CIES Web site: www.cies.org
You may also request a hard copy of the information by
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mail: USIA Fulbright Senior Scholar Program
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
3007 Tilden Street, NW, Suite 5L
Washington, DC 20008-3009
Note: Non-U.S. candidates must contact the Fulbright commission or
U.S. embassy in their home countries to apply for grants in the United
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