The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) sponsors the Fulbright Program under policy guidelines established by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board (FSB) and in cooperation with bi-national Fulbright Commissions and the Public Affairs Sections of U.S. Embassies abroad. As the administrative and executive arm of the Fulbright Program, ECA has ... read more
The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program (formerly ARSP) awards grants to foreign academics or professionals to conduct advanced research at U.S. institutions in 2019.
Research Grants: awards of 3 to 9 months are offered for selected university faculty professionals to conduct research in any academic discipline at a U.S. academic or research institution. Preference will be given to individuals with a doctorate degree, at least three years of university teaching experience, a productive scholarly record, and whose projects relate directly to their ongoing teaching and/or research responsibilities.
Program and Curriculum Development Grants: Awards of 3 to 6 months are offered for qualified university faculty to undertake a planned program of reading and research at a U.S. educational institution aimed at strengthening academic programs or curricula an the home institution.
HIV/AIDS: includes a special set of grants for scholars with proposals in HIV/AIDS-related research. Scholars in all academic disciplines are invited to formulate proposals with an HIV/AIDS focus. Candidates may apply either as research scholars or as program and curriculum development scholars.
The Fulbright program takes the issue of academic dishonesty (plagiarism) very seriously and will disqualify applications that violate academic integrity.
Applicants should fill the application forms correctly
Applicants should apply here and see application instructions here https://www.cies.org/fulbright-program-and-general-requirements.