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Fulbright Kommissionen har forskellige typer af legater til danske og amerikanske forskere og institutioner. Klik på hvert enkelt legat nedenfor for at læse nærmere om vores ansøgningskrav.

Amerikanske forskere og undervisere til danske institutioner

Fulbright Danish Distinguished Chair in American Studies

Dette legat er co-funded af Syddansk Universitet. Se www.cies.org/ eller kontakt os på advising@fulbright.dk.

Fulbright Green Energy and Technology

Dette legat er co-funded af Aalborg Universitet. Se www.cies.org/ eller kontakt os på advising@fulbright.dk.

Fulbright Semester Grant All Disciplines

Fulbright Kommissionen udbyder 2 legater til amerikanske scholars i det akademiske år 2017-18. Amerikanske scholars kan søge om at blive tilknyttet en dansk uddannelsesinstitution som gæsteprofessor i et semester (3-6 mdr.) Den danske uddannelsesinstitution skal tilbyde korte, mellemlange og lange videregående uddannelser.

Danske uddannelsesinstitutioner kan opfordre de ønskede amerikanske scholars til at søge. Ansøgningen fra den amerikanske scholar skal indeholde et stærkt Letter of Invitation fra den danske institution og dette vil have stor betydning i udvælgelsen.

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DKK 200.000,00. Den danske institution skal ikke betale løn til den amerikanske gæsteprofessor, men være behjælpelig med praktiske forhold.

Ansøgningsskema
Ja, se www.cies.org/.

Ansøgningsfrist
1. august 2017. De danske institutioner vil modtage kvalificerede ansøgninger fra Fulbright Kommissionen i december 2016/januar 2017. Heraf udvælges en kandidat til det akademiske år 2018-2019 efter nærmere aftale med den danske institution.

For yderligere oplysninger, kontakt os venligst på advising@fulbright.dk.

NB: Kommissionens legater er altid afhængige af eksterne midler, hvorfor der må tages forbehold. Der kan forekomme rettelser af beløb og legater.

Fulbright Specialist Program

The Fulbright Specialist Program (FSP), part of the larger Fulbright Program, was established in 2001 by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). The program is a field-driven initiative in which foreign host institutions conceptualize and design projects of interest within an eligible discipline that represent a priority for their respective organizations. These projects are then paired with a highly qualified U.S. academic or professional, who shares their expertise and assists with strengthening linkages between U.S. and foreign host institutions. Participating foreign host institutions benefit by:

  • Gaining global perspectives from experienced U.S. academics and professionals;
  • Executing projects that require a rapid response or flexible timeline through short-term, year-round exchanges; and
  • Building sustained relationships with individuals and institutions in the U.S.
Read more about eligibility, requirements and the application for Fulbright Specialist projects

Eligibility Requirements for Host Institutions
Institutions that may be eligible to request a Fulbright Specialist include, but are not limited to:

  • Institutions of Higher Education;
  • Government Institutions (ministries or agencies, courts, parliamentary or congressional bodies);
  • Cultural Institutions (conservatories, museums, etc.);
  • Non-Governmental Organizations including issue-centered institutions and think tanks; and
  • Medical Institutions (public health organizations, teaching hospitals, etc.).

Eligible Disciplines
Projects designed by prospective host institutions should focus on one of the below eligible disciplines:

  • Agriculture
  • American Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Archeology
  • Biology Education
  • Business Administration
  • Chemistry Education
  • Communications and Journalism
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Engineering Education
  • Environmental Science
  • Law
  • Library Science
  • Math Education
  • Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies
  • Physics Education
  • Political Science
  • Public Administration
  • Public/Global Health
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Urban Planning

Fulbright Specialist Program Activities
The Fulbright Specialist Program encourages host institutions to tailor projects to their own needs. However, all projects should have an education or training focus. Due to the short-term nature of the exchange, projects should have concrete objectives that can be achieved over the course of the Specialist’s visit. Past Specialists have supported host institutions by conducting activities such as:

  • Delivering a seminar or workshop
  • Consulting on faculty or workforce development
  • Developing academic or training curricula and materials
  • Lecturing at the graduate or undergraduate level
  • Conducting needs assessments or evaluations for a program or institution

Note: Personal research projects, including clinical medical research or projects involving patient contact, are not eligible for funding under the Fulbright Specialist Program.

Program Parameters

  • All exchanges must range from 14 to 42 days in length, including weekends, holidays and travel days.
  • Projects are restricted to one country, and all project activities must take place in the country requesting the project.
  • Each project is limited to only one Fulbright Specialist grantee.

Multi-Visit (Serial Projects)

  • If a host institution would benefit by having the Fulbright Specialist visit the host institution more than once, host institutions may apply for their project to be Multi-Visit. Please note that the majority of approved projects are not Multi-Visit, and host institutions will need to provide a strong justification for why this approach would strengthen project outcomes. Please find below some general program parameters for Multi-Visit projects. o Multi-Visit projects cannot include more than a total of three trips.
  • All trips must be completed within a one-year period by the same Fulbright Specialist. The one-year period is calculated by adding 12 months from the initial start date of the first visit through the end date of the final visit.
  • Each visit must be a minimum of 14 days, and the total number of days across all visits cannot exceed six weeks (42 days).
  • However, please note that since the Danish-American Fulbright Commission has a total of five Fulbright Specialist allocation per year, one-visit projects are preferred in Denmark.

Identifying Fulbright Specialists
Host institutions are required to identify U.S. academics or professionals to serve as their project’s Fulbright Specialist prior to submitting their project proposal. Please note that for the identified candidate the following conditions must be met:

  • The individual must be approved by the Danish-American Fulbright Commission
  • The individual must be approved to join the Fulbright Specialist Roster; and
  • The J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board must approve that individual to be matched with the host institution’s specific project.

Program Funding and Cost Share
The U.S. Department of State typically covers roundtrip, economy class international airfare, enrollment in a limited health benefits program, and a daily honorarium for participating Fulbright Specialists. In general, host institutions should be prepared to provide the Specialist with lodging, meals, and in-country transportation, either through monetary or in-kind contributions, throughout their full stay in country. The stipend for in-country transportation should allow the Specialist to travel to and from their lodging and project activity site as well as allow the Specialist to conduct local activities such as grocery shopping or visiting a local market, pharmacy, etc.

Application Process for Host Institutions
First step for the prospective host institutions is to contact the Danish-American Fulbright Commission on e-mail: info@fulbright.dk.

Then the prospective host institutions must submit a project proposal via World Learning’s online portal here. The online portal accepts project proposals on a rolling basis throughout the year.

After a project proposal is received, it will be reviewed by the Danish-American Fulbright Commission. Only project proposals that are completed in their entirety will be reviewed. Please note that Danish-American Fulbright Commission typically receives more project proposals from prospective host institutions than it is able to support with limited funding. Therefore, not all proposals submitted will be approved. (Up to five per year.)

If your project proposal is approved by Danish-American Fulbright Commission it must then be approved by multiple offices within the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Contact Information
Prospective host institutions should direct all questions to Danish-American Fulbright Commission on e-mail: info@fulbright.dk.

Individuals Interested in Serving as a Fulbright Specialists
Individuals interested in serving as a Fulbright Specialist must meet all eligibility requirements including:

  • Be a U.S. citizen; and
  • Have significant experience in one of the eligible disciplines, as demonstrated by professional, academic, or artistic achievements.

 

For a complete list of eligibility requirements and information on how to apply to join the Fulbright Specialist Roster, please visit the Fulbright Specialist website.

U.S. academics and professionals interested in applying to join the Fulbright Specialist Roster, should direct all questions to World Learning on e-mail: fulbrightspecialist@worldlearning.org.

Number of projects
The Danish-American Fulbright Commission is able to approve up to five propopals from October 2017-September 2018.

Find a list over former Fulbright Specialists here.

Fulbright Inter-Country Travel Grants

Hvert år er ca. 200 amerikanske Fulbright gæsteprofessorer tilknyttet et universitet i Europa. Danske højere uddannelsesinstitutioner kan søge om at få en af disse amerikanske Fulbright gæsteprofessorer til at besøge dem i max 1 uge til fx at holde foredrag, deltage aktivt i seminarer og workshops mv. Fulbright Kommissionen i Danmark betaler den amerikanske Fulbright Scholars rejseomkostninger til Danmark fra værtslandet i Europa, dvs. flybillet (retur, økonomiklasse) og eventuelle transportudgifter i Danmark. Den danske institution forventes at betale alle andre omkostninger.

Her er en liste over alle Fulbright gæsteprofessorer i Europa i indeværende akademiske år.

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Afhænger af rejseomkostningerne

Ansøgningsfrist
Løbende

Ansøgningsskema
Ja, Application Form IC Travel Grants

For yderligere information, kontakt os på info@fulbright.dk.

Efter endt ophold skal følgende udfyldes og sendes til Fulbright Kommissionen:

 

Her har vi samlet en hurtig oversigt over hvad, man som forsker eller universitet/institution kan søge vores legater til:

Hvem kan søge:
Fulbright
Alder Ingen begrænsninger
Lande Danskere til USA
Amerikanere til Danmark
Nationalitet Dansk statsborgerskab til USA
Amerikansk til DK (Ansøgere med dobbelt statsborgerskab kan IKKE søge Fulbright)
Type Legat til studier/forskning
Legater til Master
Ph.D.
Scholars
Akademisk område Alle – dog med undtagelse af studier, der er første grad i medicin, veterinær medicin og tandlægestudier
Kunstnere
Designere
Musikere
Ja
Længde af ophold Varierer afhængig af legattype (2-12 måneder)
Hvem kan ikke søge:
Fulbright
Påbegyndte ophold Studerende og forskere der allerede har påbegyndt deres ophold i USA
Immigrant visum Ansøgere der rejser til USA på immigrantvisum
Andre typer ophold Ansøgere der tager til USA på kongresrejser, sprogrejser, sommerskole, grupperejser
Udgifter til familie Ansøgere der ønsker udgifter dækket i forbindelse med ledsagende familiemedlemmer
Praktikophold Ansøgere, der skal på trainee- og praktikophold