Grants for American citizens

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Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program

The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers American academics, artists or professionals the opportunity to lecture and/or conduct research at Polish institutions.

Proposals are welcome from candidates in all disciplines with established relations with the host institution. The Commission strongly encourages women in STEM fields to apply. We also offer four Distinguished Chair posts and one research award together with our partner institutions:

Beside the research, grantees have the opportunity to participate in variety of enrichment activities (such as EU/NATO Seminar organized by the Fulbright Commission in Belgium or Inter-Country Travel Grant), and engage in public diplomacy by delivering presentations, seminars, and workshops on U.S. higher education and culture across Poland.

Spread the word about the Fulbright U.S. Scholar awards to Poland and inform us of prospective U.S. scholars who would be strong candidates to the program.  If you have a colleague who could contribute to and gain from the program, click the link to refer them, or share this link with them. Once an individual is referred, IIE/CIES will contact them to discuss their interests and guide them through the application process. We encourage you to share this link with your networks as well!

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Fulbright U.S. Student Program

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program allows students and alumni of U.S. higher education institutions to conduct a research project for 10 months at Polish universities or any other pertinent non-university institutions, such as research labs or archives.

Proposals are welcome from candidates in all disciplines with established relations with the host institution. Proposals are welcome from candidates in all disciplines. The Commission strongly encourages women in STEM fields to apply.

Beside the research, grantees have the opportunity to participate in variety of enrichment activities (such as EU/NATO Seminar organized by the Fulbright Commission in Belgium or Berlin Seminar organized by Fulbright Commission in Germany), and engage in public diplomacy by delivering presentations, seminars, and workshops on U.S. higher education and culture across Poland.

Program Fulbright English Teaching Assistant

Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program

The Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program allows students and alumni of U.S. higher education institutions to teach English for two academic semesters at Polish universities.
English Teaching Assistant awards are granted through a competition open to students and alumni of U.S. higher education institutions to teach and co-teach practical and specialized English language classes at higher higher education institutions and research institutes in Poland. Applications are accepted from candidates from all fields. The Fulbright Commission shall place grantees at institutions which declared their willingness to host candidates and were selected through an open competition. The grantee carries out a program agreed upon with the host institution.

Beside the teaching, grantees have the opportunity to participate in variety of enrichment activities (such as EU/NATO Seminar organized by the Fulbright Commission in Belgium or Berlin Seminar organized by Fulbright Commission in Germany), and engage in public diplomacy by delivering presentations, seminars, and workshops on U.S. higher education and culture across Poland.

Fulbright Specialist Program

The Fulbright Specialist Program allows universities, cultural centers, non-governmental organizations, and other institutions abroad to host a leading U.S. academic or professional to work on diverse, short-term collaborative projects.

Fulbright Specialists are a diverse group of highly experienced, well-established faculty members and professionals who represent a wide variety of academic disciplines and professions. In order to be eligible to serve as a Fulbright Specialist, candidates must have significant experience in their respective professional field and be a U.S. citizen at time of application.

Fulbright-Schuman Program

Fulbright-Schuman Program

The Fulbright-Schuman Program, administered by the Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States and Belgium, is jointly financed by the U.S. State Department and the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission. It funds projects exclusively dealing with U.S.-EU relations, EU institutions, or EU policy.

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