Fulbright Professional Scholarship In Australia-United States Alliance Studies
Sponsored by the Australian Government, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
This award aims to contribute in a practical way to contemporary Australian scholarship on the Australia-U.S. alliance relationship. It was established in 2001 by the Australian Government as a contribution to Australia’s ANZUS 50th Anniversary commemorations.
Who should apply?
In order to be competitive for the Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Australia-United States Alliance Studies, applicants will:
- Be junior/middle level academics in contemporary Australian scholarship on the Alliance and issues of relevance to it, and/or
- Professionals from public and private fields associated with the Alliance and issues of relevance to it;
- Conduct research into contemporary aspects of the Australian – United States alliance (defence/security) and broader bilateral relationship (trade/economics/politics) of interest to both alliance partners;
- Preferably be affiliated with Georgetown University’s Centre for Australian and New Zealand Studies in Washington, D.C. and the Edward A Clark Centre for Australian Studies at the University of Texas, Austin during the Scholarship (time frame subject to negotiation)
What are the benefits?
Benefits of the Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Australia-United States Alliance Studies are as listed for the general Professional award.
What are the conditions?
- It is a condition of the Scholarship that the recipient produces a tangible contribution to contemporary debate in his or her area of specialty in the format of a report, which can be used by DFAT, and/or published with an appropriate accreditation.
- Other conditions of this scholarship are per the Professional General Award and General Terms and Conditions.
To apply for this scholarship opportunity, please see the applicable checklist and PDF instructions for details – note, you will automatically be considered in the general Professional pool as well.