The United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) announces the Fulbright Specialist Program. The program provides an opportunity for Indian universities and institutions of higher learning to draw on the expertise of U.S. scholars and professionals and develop linkages with American institutions.
- Host institutions should be involved in university-level teaching or training, the expansion of partnerships between universities and specialized institutions, and the promotion of international and cross-institutional cooperation.
- Institutions that may be eligible to request a Fulbright Specialist include, but are not limited to:
- Institutions of higher education
- Government institutions (ministries or agencies, courts, parliamentary or congressional bodies)
- Cultural institutions (conservatories, museums, etc.)
- Non-governmental organizations including non-partisan, issue-centered institutions and think tanks
- Medical institutions (public health organizations, teaching hospitals, etc.)
Grant duration: minimum 14 days and a maximum 42 days (including travel days and weekends).
- American (U.S.) Studies (the following specializations with a specific U.S. focus are eligible: art, art history, dance, history, literature, music, popular culture, religion, theater and women’s studies)
- Biology Education
- Business Administration
- Chemistry Education
- Communications and Journalism
- Computer Science and Information Technology
- Engineering Education
- Environmental Science
- Library Science
- Math Education
- Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies
- Physics Education
- Political Science
- Public Administration
- Public/Global Health
- Social Work
- Urban Planning
- Institutions may download the Host Institution Project Proposal (Application) Template.
- This document includes all questions that host institutions must complete when they submit the required online application through the Fulbright Specialist Program Portal (FSP).
|Organization||United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF)|
|Subject areas||Natural Sciences, Engineering, Education, Social Sciences, Archaeology|
|Eligibility||Open to Indian and US scholars|
|Deadline||April 15, 2020.|