Fulbright Grants 2012

Program Number:   00973
Title:            Fulbright Grants: France: French Government Teaching Assistantships in English
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:   Up to fifty assistantships are available to U.S.
citizens to assist in teaching English in French institutions.
Recommended candidates will be required to submit a French Government
application, which will be sent to them in mid-January 2013.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 06/02/1992
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Rachel Holskin
Address:          Fulbright U.S. Student Programs
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           rholskin@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/222
Tel:              212-984-5326
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    European Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   SEEBELOW
Duration:         1 ACAD YR
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:   The sponsor supports assistantships for teaching
English in French institutions.
ELIGIBILITY
Candidates at all degree levels are accepted. Future teachers are
preferred. Candidates should be articulate, enjoy working with young
people, and have initiative. Experience in teaching or working with
children is a plus. Strong preference is given to unmarried candidates
with no dependents under 30 years of age.
FUNDING
Personal funds to cover expenses are needed for the first 4 to 6
weeks of the grant. No travel allowance is provided. (cas)
KEYWORDS:         France
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   01143
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Korea: English Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:   Support is provided for U.S. citizens  to assist in
teaching conversational English to Korean high school students.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 06/03/1992
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Jonathan Akeley
Address:          Fulbright U.S. Student Program
                 East Asia/Pacific/South Asia
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           jakeley@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/66
Tel:              212-984-5487
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    Asian Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
                 Undergraduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         12 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:   Assistantships are for 12 1/2 months (early July
until late July of the subsequent year). All grantees must begin their
grants in July 2013 in order to attend a six-week orientation program.
The orientation program consists of intensive Korean language study in
addition to extensive training in ESL techniques and navigating Korean
culture.  Renewals for one additional year are available, subject to
satisfactory cultural adjustment and performance. Relocation to
another school may also be available upon renewal.
ELIGIBILITY
Eligible applicants must be U.S. citizens.
FUNDING
Up to 80 assistantships are available.  The awards are for twelve
and a half months (including orientation).  (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Korea
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   02300
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Norway: Fulbright Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:  The sponsor provides up to two Teaching Assistantships
in Norway. Applications are welcome from candidates at all degree
levels.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 05/26/2009
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Rachel Holskin
Address:          Fulbright U.S. Student Program
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           rholskin@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/236
Tel:              212-984-5326
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    European Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         10 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:  The grantee will be assigned to a Norwegian
secondary school and a local university. Each host institution will
tailor the assistantship to its English language teaching needs and to
the grantee?s background, academic interests and abilities. Teaching
assistant activities may include: 1) serving as a resource person in
conversation groups; 2) providing small group tutorials; 3) assisting
students with written English and, 4) giving talks related to American
studies in English classes or school/civic organizations. Applicants
should submit descriptions of their study and/or career interests.
ELIGIBILITY
Applications are welcome from candidates at all degree levels.
Applicants should be native speakers of English. No knowledge of
Norwegian is required. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Norway
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   07958
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Belgium:  English Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:   Support is provided for U.S. citizens to assist in
teaching English conversation to students in Belgian universities.
Preference is given to candidates who plan careers in teaching the
French, German, or Dutch language.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 06/15/1993
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Rachel Holskin
Address:          Fulbright U.S. Student Programs
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           rholskin@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/217
Tel:              212-984-5326
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    European Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         1 ACAD YR
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:   The sponsor provides support to U.S. citizens to
assist in teaching conversational English in Belgian universities.
Assistants teach approximately twelve hours per week and may be able
to take limited courses.
ELIGIBILITY
Eligible applicants must be U.S. citizens. Candidates should be
well-rounded, articulate, and have the initiative required to teach
English conversation in Belgian. Basic/beginner level proficiency in
French, German or Dutch is strongly recommended.
FUNDING
Two teaching assistantships are available.  (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Belgium
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   79594
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Argentina: English Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:  Support is offered for applicants who wish to assist
in strengthening English language instruction at Argentine educational
institutions by establishing a native speaker presence.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 05/25/2004
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Jody Dudderar
Address:          U.S. Student Programs
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           jdudderar@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/139
Tel:              212-984-5565
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    South/Central American Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   SEEBELOW
Duration:         8 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:  Grantees will be assigned to English Teacher
Training Colleges in the Argentine provinces. Placements are not
available in Buenos Aires. These colleges, which train ESL teachers,
may or may not be affiliated with a university. However, they are part
of the Argentine System of Higher Education (Institutos Terciarios).
In order to graduate as ESL teachers, students attend four-year
undergraduate programs. ETAs will be assigned as language-learning
assistants, but will not be responsible for teaching entire courses.
The Fulbright Commission will match the grantee with the appropriate
host institution. Details of assignments will be subject to
communication between the Fulbright Commission and the host
institution and based on the academic profile of the selected
candidate and the host institution?s needs.
ELIGIBILITY
Applications are welcome from graduating seniors, recent graduates,
and Master?s level graduate students with an interest in working in an
educational environment. Candidates with degrees in English, Spanish,
education, or TEFL/applied linguistics, with some experience teaching
or tutoring are preferred. Other fields will be considered seriously
if combined with teaching experience and/or coursework in pedagogy.
NOTE: Because this is a student program, candidates with more than
three years of teaching experience or a Master?s degree in TESOL at
the time of application may be considered overqualified and not
eligible for this program. Because of the nature of the ETA Program in
Argentina, preference will be for applicants under 30 years of age at
the time of application.
FUNDING
The sponsor anticipates making fifteen awards. (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Argentina
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   83254
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Thailand:  English Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:  The sponsor provides support for U.S. citizens who are
graduating seniors or recent graduates to assist in teaching
conversational English to middle and high school students in
Thailand.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 04/21/2005
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Jonathan Akeley
Address:          U.S. Student Program
                 East Asia/Pacific/South Asia
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           jakeley@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/85
Tel:              212-984-5487
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    Asian Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
                 Undergraduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         12 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:  All placements will be made by the Fulbright
Commission in Thailand. Approximately 16-20 hours per week of
classroom teaching,  plus all needed class preparation time and
school-related activities are expected. English Teaching Assistants
(ETAs) will teach conversational English to primary, middle, and high
school students. A mix of co-teaching and independent teaching will
vary from school to school and will depend on the school?s situation
as well as the assistant?s background and qualifications. ETAs will be
supervised by English teachers at the host schools and advised by an
educational supervisor. All ETAs will be assigned to schools in major
cities as well as in smaller cities and towns in the upper north,
lower north, and northeastean provinces. ETAs are not assigned to
schools in Bangkok.
ELIGIBILITY
Eligible applicants must be U.S. citizens. Well-rounded, mature,
and articulate graduating seniors and recent graduates, preferably
under 30 years of age who have the initiative to teach conversational
English to primary, middle, and high school students are accepted.
Applicants must be articulate native English-speakers. Also important
is a willingness to experience challenges of living in a less
comfortable setting while getting an intensive cultural experience and
educational environment characterized by classes of up to 35-45
students with a tradition of rote learning.  No previous teaching
experience is required.
FUNDING
Up to twenty assistantships are available. Housing arrangements
will be made with the assistance of the Fulbright Commission and the
host schools. Homestay opportunities at the sites may be possible,
depending on the location of the schools. (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Thailand
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   83381
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Russia: English Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:  The sponsor provides up to twenty English Teaching
Assistantships  in schools and universities in Russia. The duration of
the award is nine months.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 04/28/2005
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Rachel Holskin
Address:          U.S. Student Programs Division
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           rholskin@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/110
Tel:              212-984-5326
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 Any/No Restrictions
Locations Tenable:    Central/Eastern European Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
                 Undergraduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         9 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:  Grantees will be placed by the Fulbright Program
Office in Moscow, and placement will be in cities other than Moscow
and St. Petersburg. Positions combine 18 hours per week classroom
teaching and up to 6 hours per week of advising/working with Russian
teachers of English. An additional 6 hours per week will be reserved
for an independent study/research project or a minimum of 10 hours of
intensive language study for those with a Critical Language
Enhancement Award. Applicants should submit detailed descriptions of
their study or career interests and also include well-thought-out and
feasible projects. These projects should not conflict with assigned
teaching and advising responsibilities.
ELIGIBILITY
Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Well-rounded, articulate,
graduating seniors or recent university graduates with the initiative
to teach conversational English in schools and universities are
eligible. Undergraduate degrees in humanities, social sciences, and
sciences and those with the interest and ability to talk about
American history, government, and civicsare preferred. Successful
candidates will not just be teaching English, but explaining their
country to Russians who have little contextual understanding of
America. No previous teaching experience is required.
FUNDING
Dependents are not permitted to accompany grantees. (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Russia
                 American History
                 American Studies
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   88022
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Bosnia and Herzegovina English Teaching Assistantship
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:  Support is provided for U.S. citizens to strengthen
English language instruction at Bosnian educational institutions by
establishing a native speaker presence. The duration of the award is
nine months.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 05/08/2006
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Rachel Holskin
Address:          U.S. Student Programs Division
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           rholskin@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/95
Tel:              212-984-5326
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Research Grants/R & D
                 Student Scholarship
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    Central/Eastern European Institution
Appl Type(s):     Graduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         9 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:  The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy will
place candidates at a secondary school or university. Positions
combine teaching at least 10 hours per week and educational advising.
The educational advising responsibilities will include individual and
group advising, and may include outreach. The remaining time will be
reserved for an independent study/research project. Applicants should
submit detailed descriptions of their study or career interests,
together with a feasible project. Details of study or research
projects will be subject to direct communication between selected
candidates and designated departments. This project should not
conflict with assigned teaching and advising responsibilities.
ELIGIBILITY
 Applicants must be U.S. citizens at the time of application.
Applications are accepted from candidates at all degree levels, but
preference is given to graduate students who are interested in
international education and educational advising. Preference will also
be given to applicants in the fields of education and the English
language, as well as the humanities and social sciences, with a
particular focus in American studies. Previous teaching experience is
recommended. Applicants must be native English-speakers.
FUNDING
Two assistantships are provided.  (cas)
KEYWORDS:         English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education
                 Bosnia-Hercegovina

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Program Number:   96728
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Portugal: English Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:  The Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Program
aims to strengthen English language instruction and knowledge of the
United States in Portugal through the presence of highly motivated
native speakers of English.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 04/16/2008
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Rachel Holskin
Address:          809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           rholskin@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/237
Tel:              212-984-5326
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    European Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         9 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:  Assistants will be placed in a university by the
Luso-American Fulbright Commission. The host university will tailor
the assistantship to its needs and to the assistant?s interests and
abilities. Activities may include: 1) assisting in classroom
tutorials; 2) providing educational advising to local students
interested in studying in the United States; and, 3) giving
presentations related to American studies in English at community
organizations.
ELIGIBILITY
Applicants should be native speakers of English. Knowledge of
Portuguese and/or Spanish is an advantage. Assistants will be given
the opportunity to enroll in Portuguese language courses free of
charge. (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Portugal
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education

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Program Number:   97008
Title:            Fulbright Grants--Vietnam:  English Teaching Assistantships
Sponsor:          Institute of International Education
SYNOPSIS:  The sponsor provides support for U.S. citizens who are
graduating seniors or recent graduates to assist in teaching
conversational English to Vietnamese university students.
Deadline(s):      10/17/2012
Established Date: 05/05/2008
Follow-Up Date:   06/01/2013
Review Date:      05/17/2012
Contact:          Jonathan Akeley, Program Manager
Address:          U.S. Student Programs Division
                 East Asia/Pacific/South Asia
                 809 United Nations Plaza
                 New York, NY 10017-3580
                 U.S.A.
E-mail:           jakeley@iie.org
Web Site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org
Program URL: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedcountry/89
Tel:              212-984-5487
Fax:
Deadline Ind:     Receipt
Deadline Open:    No
Award Type(s):    Fulbright Programs
                 Travel Abroad
                 Training/Professional Development
Citizenship/Country of Applying Institution:
                 U.S.A. Citizenship (including U.S. Territories)
Locations Tenable:    Asian Institution
Appl Type(s):     Predoctoral-Non-Student
                 Graduate Student
                 Undergraduate Student
Target Group(s):  NONE
Funding Limit:    $0   NOT PROV
Duration:         10 MONTHS
Indirect Costs:   Unspecified
Cost Sharing:     No
Sponsor Type:     Non-Profit Organizations
Geo. Restricted:  NO RESTRICTIONS
CFDA#:
OBJECTIVES:  Grantees will work up to 30 hours per week,
including 16 hours of teaching,  listening and speaking to credited
students. The other 14 hours will be for organizing language-related
cross-cultural student activities, plus preparation time. The mix of
activities will vary from school to school depending on the needs of
the school and the assistant?s background and qualifications.
ELIGIBILITY
Applicants should be mature, articulate graduating seniors and
Master?s-level students who are committed to working and living in a
Vietnamese university/community college setting.  Applicants must be
native English-speakers. No previous teaching experience is
required.
FUNDING
The sponsor anticipates making approximately ten awards. Housing
arrangements will be facilitated by the host institutions.  (cas)
KEYWORDS:         Vietnam
                 English as a Second Language
                 Foreign Languages Education