Conduct policy-oriented research that addresses topics of common importance for the U.S.-EU relationship and/or EU affairs and that is tenable in any one or two EU Member States. Candidates are responsible for arranging their own placement, including letters of invitation from any hosts.
Host country language ability commensurate with the requirements of the project.
In addition to traditional research scholars, postdoctoral candidates and higher education administrators looking to exchange best practices with their European counterparts are also welcome to apply. Professionals such as policy-makers, policy analysts and researchers at think tanks, non-profit organizations (NGOs), associations, learned societies, foundations, decision-makers at state or federal government offices and individuals in industry or the media with relevant professional experience are also encouraged to apply.
€3,000 per month (the maximum grant amount, including all other award allowances, cannot exceed €29,000).
Travel allowance of €2,000 for grantee only.
The Fulbright Commission in Belgium pays for the participation and transportation costs of all Fulbright Schuman grantees to attend its annual EU-NATO seminar held in Brussels, Belgium and Luxembourg each spring.