Fulbright Senior Scholarships
Awarded by Australian-American Fulbright Commission
To allow candidates to teach, undertake research, be an invited speaker or visit institutions within their field.
Open to Australian citizens by birth or naturalization. Those holding dual United States of America and Australian citizenship are not eligible. Applicants should be either scholars of established reputation working in an academic institution, who intend to teach or research in the United States of America, leaders in the arts, e.g. music, drama, visual arts or senior members of the academically based professions who are currently engaged in the private practice of their profession.
Up to US$30,000
Applicants must complete an application form and submit this with three reference reports, already included in the application pack, documentation of citizenship and qualifications. Further information and application packs are available from the website. Naturalized citizens must provide a certificate of Australian citizenship with their application, and native-born Australians must provide a copy of their birth certificate.
- Professional development
The Australian-American Fulbright Commision is a non-profit organization in Australia, established through a binational treaty between the Australian and United States governments in 1949 under the auspices of the United States Educational Foundation (USEFA) in Australia. The mission of the Commission is to further mutual understanding between the people of Australia and the United States through educational and cultural exchange.