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Fulbright Scholar Awards

Fulbright Scholar Awards

Fulbright New Zealand calls for applications to its range of Scholar Awards for New Zealand academics, artists and professionals to undertake academic and cultural exchanges to the United States of America. A Fulbright exchange provides life-changing opportunities to gain international experience and advance your career, to explore America, to share your culture and to make friends and colleagues from around the world. Grantees undertake an exchange to their choice of leading American universities, which are world renowned for their expertise and resources.

Fulbright New Zealand Scholar Awards
These awards, valued up to US$37,500, are for New Zealand academics, artists or professionals to lecture and/or conduct research in the US for three to five months. A small number of awards are granted each year.
www.fulbright.org.nz/awards/nzscholar/nzscholar/

Fulbright-Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Scholar Award
This award, valued at up to US$37,500, is for a New Zealand academic, artist or professional to conduct research and/or lecture in the US for three to five months in a field of indigenous development. One award is granted each year.
www.fulbright.org.nz/awards/nzscholar/fulbright-npmscholar/

Fulbright-Cognition Scholar Award in Education Research
This award, valued at up to US$37,500, is for a New Zealand educator or researcher to pursue research in the US designed to have an impact on New Zealand early childhood education or primary/secondary schooling and student achievement, for three to five months. One award is granted each year.
www.fulbright.org.nz/awards/nzscholar/fulbright-cognition/
Applications for each of these awards close at 5:00pm on Monday 1 July 2013.
See the Fulbright New Zealand website for further details – www.fulbright.org.nz/awards/ – and please promote these opportunities amongst your colleagues and networks.
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