Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program
WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN FEBRUARY 2017.
The Fulbright Scholar Program offers Russian citizens grants for the 2015-2016 academic year as a result of an open, merit-based competition for the following types of activities:
- Lecturing (including master-classes for those in creative disciplines);
• Grants are awarded for a period of 3 to 6 months in the Research category; and for 3 to 9 months for Lecturing projects.
• Finalists are affiliated with a U.S. university or an archive as well a museum or research center.
The Fulbright Scholar Program in Russia is open to:
- Russian scholars, independent researchers and faculty holding a Ph.D. or a Doctoral degree.
- Professionals in the arts and applied sciences without a degree.
To select a field please consult the list of Fulbright disciplines.
- Russian citizenship and current residence in Russia starting in January, 2017.
- Ph.D. or Doctoral degree for scholars, researchers, and faculty; Complete higher education and work experience for those in the arts and applied sciences.
- Proficiency in English appropriate for carrying out in the U.S. the proposed lecturing or research project.
- There is no age limit.
- Sound physical and mental health.
- Applicants may not be affiliated with a commercial institution.
- Only individual proposals are accepted.
- Persons applying for or holding permanent residence in the U.S.A. are not eligible. Persons who are citizens of both the U.S.A. and Russia are not eligible.
You should inform the Moscow office of your participation in other current grant programs for 2018-19 ac.year.
*Complete information on the eligibility requirements can be found here.
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