USIEF: Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellowships Program 2020-2021

Deadline: 15 May 2019

USIEF is seeking applications for its The Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellowships 2020-2021.

These fellowships are for highly motivated individuals who demonstrate leadership qualities, have completed the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree, have at least three years professional work experience, and are committed to return and contribute to their communities. The fellowships are for one to two years.

Eligible Fields of Study

The following field descriptions are illustrative and applicants should note that individual academic host institution programs of study may differ in course offerings, subspecialties, and academic requirements.

  • Arts and Culture Management including Heritage Conservation and Museum Studies: The study of all aspects of art and culture management, including arts administration, heritage conservation and museum studies, management of profit and not-for-profit art institutions, among others. These fellowships are not for pursuing graduate degrees in fine or applied art and design or art history, but for the management of the arts.
  • Economics: The study of production, demand and allocation of resources in society, economic trends, effects of government economic policy on the economy.
  • Environmental Science/Studies: The study of the environment in all its complexities. Subspecialties include: environmental toxicology, natural resource management, pollution prevention, environmental law, environmental engineering and environmental policy analysis, among others.
  • Higher Education Administration: The study of all aspects of higher education administration including policy planning and management, student affairs, academic affairs, admissions and enrollment management, curriculum design, learning assessment, financial management, alumni and community relations, internationalization of higher education, quality assurance, use of technology in higher education, among others.
  • International Affairs: The study of international relations with reference to foreign policy, conflict resolution, international security and strategic issues, international economic policy, environmental and energy policy, refugee and migration issues, human rights, and gender policy, among others.
  • International Legal Studies: The study of all aspects of international legal studies including business law, commercial and trade law, employment and labor law, environmental law, global health law, human rights, intellectual property rights and law, international organizations, securities and financial regulations, litigation law, and tax law, among others.
  • Public Administration: The study of management as it relates to the government sector (local, state, federal) or organizations serving the public.
  • Public Health: The study of all aspects of public health including biostatistics, environmental and occupational health, epidemiology, health law, bioethics and human rights, health policy and management, public health delivery systems, international health, and reproductive, maternal and child health, among others.
  • Urban and Regional Planning: The study of all aspects of urban and regional planning, including sustainable infrastructure, transportation policy, planning and improvements, water and sanitation, town and rural planning, equability, public space programming and governance, land use, community visioning, urban resilience, housing and real estate development, and waste management, among others.
  • Women’s Studies/Gender Studies: The study of issues relevant to women, feminism, and gender including development, health, history, education, sexuality, law, and policy, among others.

Grant Benefits

  • J-1 visa support.
  • Round-trip economy class air travel from fellow’s home city to the host institution in the U.S.
  • Funding for tuition and fees*, living and related costs.
  • Accident and sickness coverage per U.S. Government guidelines.

Eligibility Criteria

  • In addition to the General Prerequisites, the applicants should:
    • Must have completed an equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree from a recognized Indian university with at least 55% marks. Applicants must either possess a four-year bachelor’s degree or a completed master’s degree, if the bachelor’s degree is of less than four years’ duration.
    • Must have at least three years’ full-time (paid) professional work experience relevant to their proposed field of study by the application deadline.
    • Should demonstrate experience in leadership and community service.
    • Must not have another degree from a U.S. university or be enrolled in a U.S. degree program.
    • if employed, please follow the instructions carefully regarding employer’s endorsement. If applicable, please obtain the endorsement from the appropriate administrative authority on the FNMasters Employer’s Endorsement Form. The employer must indicate that leave will be granted for the fellowship period.

How to Apply

Applicants can apply online via given website.

For more information, please visit http://www.usief.org.in/Fulbright-Nehru-Fellowships.aspx

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