Graduate Student Research Grants

Graduate Student Research Grants

Graduate Students
2017-2018

Application period opens: March 31, 2016

Application deadline: October 11, 2016 (at 5:00 p.m. US Eastern Time)

7 Fulbright Study/Research Grants

Award Profile: Up to 7 grants are available to recent university and college graduates who would like to conduct independent research in Greece during academic year 2017-18.

Two of these grants will combine independent research and working with local students seeking admission to U.S. colleges and universities, allowing the grantees to contribute towards international education and cultural exchange. This assignment requires approximately 15 hours service per week at the EducationUSA Center at the Fulbright office in Athens. Preference will be given to candidates with some experience in undergraduate admissions, counselling and/or who have worked with high school students through book clubs and SAT test preparation. Fulbright Greece is seeking candidates who can help promote U.S. undergraduate and graduate studies, the Liberal Arts and the U.S. educational system, student exchanges and Study Abroad opportunities.

Grant Period: 9 months. Grants will begin on September 15 through to June 15. Six-month applications will be considered for Ph.D. candidates and arts/cultural projects. Grantees are required to participate in a two-day orientation program organized by the Fulbright Foundation in Greece in late September 2017 and a seminar in Spring 2018.

Candidate Profile: Applications will be considered from well-qualified students in all fields and at all degree levels that require minimal supervision. The Fulbright Foundation especially encourages applications in: Modern Greek studies, social sciences, education policy, government/public administration, arts /culture, environmental sciences and business. Graduate level students of classical, Byzantine and contemporary Greece who wish to conduct research at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) are also welcome to apply. A separate application to the ASCSA must be filed simultaneously with the Fulbright application.

Accepted Degree Levels:

Bachelor's
Master's
Doctoral

Foreign Language Proficiency: Not Required

Additional Information: Proficiency in Modern Greek is not required.  Some study of Modern Greek prior to arrival is encouraged in order to promote deeper engagement with the host community. During their grant term in Greece, students will be provided with a small stipend for Greek language lessons.

Fulbright Proposal Types: Independent Study/Research: Yes
Graduate Degree Enrollment: No

Affiliation: It is the applicant’s responsibility to secure an affiliation with a Greek state university or an educational/cultural organization and a letter of affiliation should be submitted with the Fulbright application. Projects must be well-formulated and achievable under the guidance of an adviser/mentor at an educational, cultural, or government institution. Library and research facilities are generally limited.

The Fulbright Foundation in Greece will accept and reply to inquiries about project feasibility at . A brief project statement and short résumé (up to one-page each) should accompany inquiries.

The Fulbright Foundation in Greece reserves the right to interview finalists via Skype or telephone.

Dependents: Dependent support is available (see Grant Benefits)

Interviews: The Fulbright Foundation in Greece reserves the right to interview finalists via Skype or telephone.

Website
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Benefits vary according to Grant Category. The list below is a summary of benefits for a) the US Fulbright Student Program (Academic/Research) and b) the Fulbright/HAEF Teaching Fellows program:

US Fulbright Student Program (Academic/Research)

  • Monthly maintenance allowance of 1300 euros (increased by 10% per month for up to two dependents)
  • A one-time settling allowance at 1200 euros
  • Round-trip air fare from place of residence in the U.S. to Greece and back (for grantee only)
  • Baggage allowance of up to 200 euros (for grantee only)
  • Modern Greek language lesson allowance of up to 450 euros (for grantee only)
  • Books/Research Materials allowance of up to 350 euros (for grantee only)
  • Membership fee at the American School of Classical Studies (ASCSA) for grantees affiliated with this institution
  • Accident and Sickness Program for Exchanges (ASPE). Provided by the U.S. Department of State

Fulbright/HAEF Teaching Fellows*

  • Monthly maintenance allowance of 800 euros
  • Housing provided by HAEF, the host institution
  • Round-trip air fare from place of residence in the U.S. to Greece and back
  • Modern Greek Language lessons provided by HAEF, the host institution
  • Accident and Sickness Program for Exchanges (ASPE). Provided by the U.S. Department of State
  • Additional health insurance coverage provided by HAEF, the host institution

*Benefits are for grantees only. Dependents are not eligible under this program

Specific terms and conditions apply to all U.S. Fulbright Student programs as outlined by the Fulbright Scholarship Board. A full description of those terms and conditions can be found here

The U.S. Fulbright Student program is administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE) based on an agreement with the U.S. Department of State.

All applicants interested in applying under this Fulbright category must thoroughly review the U.S. Fulbright Student program website and apply there http://us.fulbrightonline.org/

 

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