The Fulbright Schuman Program is jointly financed by the U.S. State Department and the Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (DG.EAC) of the European Commission. Applications for the 2024-25 Fulbright Schuman Program opened on 15 September 2023 and will remain open through 1 December 2023. Below, please find additional information about the program.
Fulbright Schuman grants can be awarded to students, scholars, and professionals with citizenship in any of the 27 EU member states for a period of up to one academic year (9 months). Awards are open to all academic fields, but the research must be relevant to US-EU relations, EU affairs/policy, or EU institutions and must show relevancy to at least two EU member states. Candidates must arrange their own placement at an accredited university or a non-profit research institution in the USA. An overview of all grants can be found on our website at www.fulbrightschuman.eu.
NATO SECURITY STUDIES AWARD
In partnership with the U.S. Mission to NATO, we are excited to announce the Fulbright-NATO Security Studies Award for the 2024-25 academic year. As part of the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program, the award aims to foster awareness and understanding of NATO and to increase the level of debate on peace, security, and defense-related issues. This award funds post-doctoral researchers, professors, and professionals to conduct research and/or lecture at a U.S. institution for a period of three months in fields of study with a connection to NATO, including but not limited to cybersecurity, military history, nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation, peace and security, security studies, and transatlantic studies. Eligible candidates for this particular award should hold citizenship in a NATO member country.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2024-25 academic year. Applicants need to submit an application by 1 December 2023, via the global Fulbright application platform.