As part of the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, the Fulbright Commission awards teaching and research grants for American scholars to Belgium and Luxembourg. Grants are for between three and nine months, from mid-September through mid-June.
All candidates holding a PhD (or appropriately qualified professionals outside of academia) are considered, but candidates with several years of experience after attaining a PhD (or other terminal degree) are preferred. Applications will be accepted in all fields.
February till mid-September
Review eligibility requirements below and include all required documents in your online application.
U.S. applicants to the Fulbright Program in Belgium and Luxembourg apply through CIES.
Candidates are responsible for securing their own admission or affiliation at a university, conservatory, think tank, or non-profit organization in Belgium or Luxembourg. The Commission recommends Study in Flanders and Study in Belgium as a starting point for finding an academic host institution in Belgium. While they apply directly through CIES, all American applicants are welcome to approach the Commission directly for advice.
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