Projects that promote continued collaboration and institutional linkages established during applicants’ Fulbright grant periods are always encouraged.
The following supporting documents will need to be included in your application before submitting:
Proposed Project Title and Abstract/Summary (200 words).
Personal and Project Statement:
In your personal statement, please describe your Fulbright Experience and the ways in which it has contributed to your personal and professional trajectory. Please also include any other information that you feel is important in your personal statement. This section should be under 1,000 words.
In your project statement, demonstrate the detail and scope of the proposed project. The Project Statement should: Describe your project and specifically how it is tackling challenges related to the global COVID-19 crisis. The Project Statement should be no longer than 3,000 words.
This entire section should be no longer than 4,000 words.
Project Timeline: Provide a detailed proposed timeline of project activity (all grants are funded for 1 year and begin in early-November).
Project Budget: Please provide a budget narrative and project budget for the fellowship and how you plan to spend the funding. In the budget narrative, please make sure to also describe how the budget might be affected should you have to go to your contingency plan.
Contingency Plan: What is your contingency plan if you are not able to implement your preferred project plan. This plan must still fit within the grant term of early November 2020 - early November 2021. (1000 words max)
Recommendation Letter: Please select one individual to write you a letter of recommendation for the IIE Centennial Fellowship. The letter should speak to your personal, professional and/or academic background. Please remember to register this recommender in the application portal and ask them to submit their recommendation by the deadline.