You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! This week’s opportunities include many Fulbright opportunities which send U.S. students or recent graduates around the world as they pursue further studies or other projects; there are also several more graduate degree fellowships for applicants outside of the U.S. Other opportunities involve career building fellowships in science and policy development. Apply now!
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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: October 6 – 12, 2019
- World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship: The World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship program is an annual grant competition to support Ph.D. dissertation research on American foreign policy, international relations, international security, strategic studies, area studies, and diplomatic and military history. The fellowship’s objective is to support the research and writing of policy-relevant dissertations through funding of fieldwork, archival research, and language training. In evaluating applications, the Foundation will accord preference to those projects that could directly inform U.S. policy debates and thinking. The Foundation will award up to twenty grants of $7,500 each. / Due October 7, 2019
- Fulbright U.S. Student Program for Study/Research: A U.S. Student Fulbright Grant allows for individually designed study/research projects that will take place during one academic year (9-12 months) in a country outside the U.S. Applicants design their own projects and will typically work with advisers at foreign universities or other institutes of higher education. The study/research awards are available in approximately 140 countries. For recent BA/BS graduates, graduate and doctoral students, and young professionals including artists, musicians, writers, journalists, and those in law, business, and other professional fields. Undergraduate and graduate students must apply through their institution; professionals and former students can apply through their alma mater or At Large. / Due October 8, 2019
- Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship in Australia: For American doctoral students to conduct research and/or study in Australia; or to support enrollment in an Australian postgraduate program such as a Masters. Provides living, travel & establishment allowances for a program of 8-10 months duration. Funding is stipend-based and does not cover tuition fees. Fulbright Scholarships are open to applicants from any academic field. Applicants for Australian Fulbright Scholarships must be U.S. citizens. / Due October 8, 2019
- HAEF Teaching Fellowship/Fulbright Greece: Up to 12 grants are available to recent graduates to serve as Teaching Fellows at the Hellenic American Educational Foundation (HAEF) and act as young ambassadors, strengthening the ties between the Foundation and the United States, and providing a cross-cultural educational experience. The Fellowship is open to recent U.S. Bachelor’s and Master’s degree holders with a record of academic excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate level. The preferred age limit at the time of application is 26. Majors in Education and English literature and language (including TESOL/TEFL) are preferred, but not required. / Due October 8, 2019
- Fulbright/Instituto de Empresa Grants: These Full Grants with tuition waivers are co-sponsored by the Instituto de Empresa Foundation. Two awards are available to pursue an International MBA at the Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School in Madrid, one of the world’s leading business schools. One Award is available for either of the following full-time masters at IE School of Global and Public Affairs: Master in International Relations or Master in International Development. There is also one award one Award to fund a Master’s at the IE School of Human Sciences & Technology. These programs offer interdisciplinary, career-centered master programs designed for recent graduates and early to mid-career professionals seeking intense and focused training to accelerate their careers. Applicants must apply for admission to both Fulbright and the IE program in question. / Due October 8, 2019
- Fulbright Critical Language Enhancement Award (CLEA): The Critical Language Enhancement Award (CLEA) is a feature of the U.S. Student Fulbright Program, which provides an opportunity for some Fulbright U.S. Student grantees to receive 3-6 months of intensive language study as an enhancement to their Fulbright grants. They must be approved by local Fulbright Commissions/Foundations or U.S. Embassies in the host countries. CLEA is offered to students once they have been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student grant which requires that they use one of the eligible languages for their Fulbright project and beyond. Eligible countries include China (mainland China program only), Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Morocco, and Russia. / Due October 8, 2019
- Roy H. Park Leadership Fellows Program: The Roy H. Park Leadership Fellows Program is a two year full-tuition fellowship award for up to 25 Johnson students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership potential. In addition to their MBA curriculum, Park Fellows participate in a robust leadership development program. Features include: a cohort of 25 learning partners for developing leadership skills; a two-year developmental sequence based on the development of personal, interpersonal, team and system mastery skills; a constant cycle of experiential learning and reflection; a track record of leadership performance that is made through contributions to the school and surrounding community. Must be a US citizen to apply. / Due October 8, 2019
- Fulbright/National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship: The Fulbright/National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship is a new component of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program that provides opportunities for U.S. citizens to participate in an academic year of overseas travel and digital storytelling in up to three countries on a globally significant social or environmental topic. In addition to receiving Fulbright benefits (for travel, stipend, health, etc.), Fellows will receive instruction in digital storytelling techniques and will be paired with one or more National Geographic editors. Applicants may submit proposals for grants to 1-3 foreign countries. / Due October 8, 2019
- Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships (ETA): The English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Programs place recent college graduates and young professionals from the U.S. in classrooms abroad for up to 1 year to provide assistance to the local English teachers. ETA’s help teach English language while serving as cultural ambassadors for the U.S. The age and academic level of the students varies by country, ranging from kindergarten to university level. Applicants for English Teaching Assistant Programs can apply to only one country. Applicants must be U.S. citizens at the time of application. / Due October 8, 2019
- Fulbright-Fogarty Awards in Public Health: Offered in partnership with the Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institute of Health, Fulbright-Fogarty fellowships grant medical students and graduate students interested in global health the opportunity to conduct research in public health and clinical research in resource-limited settings. Fellows spend nine months in one of nine countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia or South America. To participate, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen and be enrolled in graduate or medical school and have sufficient proficiency in the host language to carry out the project required. Applicants who hold a doctorate are ineligible. / Due October 8, 2019
- Fulbright-Anne Wexler Master’s Award in Public Policy: The Fulbright-Anne Wexler Scholarships enables Australian and U.S. postgraduate students with strong academic credentials and leadership potential to undertake a two year Master’s degree in Australia or the U.S. focusing in public policy. These may include key areas such as health, sustainability, energy, climate change, regional security, education, political science, history or governmental relations. The award includes tuition, a living stipend and travel. Two Fulbright Anne Wexler Scholarships will be awarded annually: one for an Australian citizen and one for an American (US) citizen. / Due October 8, 2019
- Freigeist Fellowships: The ‘Freigeist’ initiative is a highly flexible funding scheme. Junior researchers are given the opportunity to enjoy maximum freedom in their early scientific career. The ‘Freigeist’ scheme is deliberately left open to all disciplines and topics. The main focus is on junior researchers (up to 4 years of postdoctoral experience) working at the borders of neighboring fields or disciplines. The ‘Freigeist’ initiative offers freedom for creative thinking, whilst at the same time providing financial security for at least 5 years. It also offers an opportunity to establish a career within a scientific research organization or university in Germany / Due October 10, 2019
- Medical Missionaries Global Health Fellowship: The Medical Missionaries Global Health Fellowship offers two recent college graduates, graduate students, or professionals interested in global health an opportunity to gain experience in health care delivery in a developing country. Fellows spend one year in rural Thomassique, Haiti, working at St. Joseph’s Clinic. The Fellowship is not intended to be a clinical experience, but rather an introduction to global health in a resource-limited setting. All living expenses and travel are covered by the fellowship. Medical Missionaries is a non-profit, non-religiously affiliated organization. / Due October 10, 2019
- Study Abroad in Japan: Bridging Scholarships: The Bridging Project offers scholarships to American undergraduate students participating in at least a 3 month-long study-abroad program in Japan. A stipend of $2,500 (for students on semester-long programs) or $4,000 (for students on academic year programs) will be given to each candidate. Stipends will cover the travel and living expenses they will incur while studying abroad in Japan for a semester or an academic year. Applications are accepted twice a year for Bridging Scholarships. / Due October 10, 2019
- National Humanities Center Fellowships: The National Humanities Center in North Carolina will offer up to 40 residential fellowships for advanced study in the humanities for September through May. In addition to scholars from all fields of the humanities, the Center accepts individuals from the natural and social sciences, the arts, the professions, and public life who are engaged in humanistic projects. The Center is international in scope and welcomes applications from scholars outside the U.S. Applicants must have a doctorate or equivalent scholarly credentials. The Center seeks to provide at least half salary and covers travel expenses for Fellows and dependents. / Due October 10, 2019
- David A. Winston Health Policy Fellowship: The David A. Winston Health Policy Fellowship is a 12-month postgraduate experience in Washington, DC. The first portion of the Fellowship is a planned rotation of at least three months during which the Fellows will visit various centers of current health policy development at the national and state level. During the final months, the Fellows will pursue a full-time placement with the guidance of the Winston Board of Directors, which is comprised of key policymakers from the private and public sectors. The fellowship provides a monthly stipend and related expenses and is open to recent master’s or doctoral degree graduates of any school or program housed in a college or university that is a member of the AUPHA. / Due October 11, 2019
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