Call for applications: Fulbright Awards programme for research visits to US institutions

The FNR is pleased to announce that it will co-fund grants for pre- and postdoctoral research visits of Luxembourg nationals within the framework of the Fulbright awards programme. Deadline for application is Tuesday, 1 December 2020.

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The Fulbright Program is the flagship scholarship programme promoting international exchange between the United States and over 160 countries worldwide. It fosters and promotes academic excellence and cross-cultural exchange.

The Fulbright Award competition for Luxembourg is held annually by the Commission for Educational Exchange between Belgium, Luxembourg, and the US. It administers several prestigious Fulbright scholarship programmes for Luxembourg citizens. This includes grants for research visits of pre-doctoral, post-doctoral and senior researchers (visiting scholars) at US academic institutions, which are co-funded by the FNR.

A prestigious grant scheme and alumni network

Benefits include a monthly stipend, a travel allowance, sickness and accident insurance, J-visa sponsorship, pre-departure orientation and in-country programming (e.g., Gateway Orientations, Fulbright Enrichment Seminars), membership in active Fulbright alumni networks, etc.

Research visits must be between 3 and 9 months and are possible in all potential areas of scientific research. For the current Call, all departures must take place between 15 August, 2021 and 31 March, 2022. The deadline is 12:00 CET noon on Tuesday, 1 December 2020.

The aim of this joint funding agreement is to strengthen the collaboration between researchers of Luxembourgish nationality and researchers at US institutions in areas of mutual interest, to achieve world-class scientific and technical results, as well as educational and cultural exchange.

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