Fulbright Schuman awards scholarships to EU citizens to study, lecture or conduct research in the U.S. on the development of the EU, EU policies, or the U.S.-EU transatlantic agenda for a period between three months and one academic year. Grants are open to all academic fields of study, but must relate to U.S.-EU relations or EU affairs. The Fulbright Schuman Program is administered by the Fulbright Commission in Belgium and is jointly financed by the U.S. Department of State and the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission.
Proficiency in English Minimum of a Bachelor's degree Academic excellence, generally defined as distinction in each year of study or a grand distinction in the most recent year of study; please note that candidates without these grades are still encouraged to apply if they have outstanding personal or professional backgrounds
Up to one academic year (9 months)
US-EU relations, EU affairs/policy, or EU institutions and shows relevancy to at least two EU member states.
- Scholarship of up to 2000 euro per month (USD equivalent)
- J-1 visa sponsorship
- Pre-Departure Orientation in Belgium or at local Fulbright Commission
- Travel stipend of 2000 euro (USD equivalent)
- Sickness and accident insurance
- In-country programming (e.g. Gateway Orientations, Enrichment Seminars)
- Prestigious title and access to alumni network
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