Hubert Humphrey Fellowships in the U.S.A. for International Students 2022
posted 06 May 2022
The U.S.A. Government
Deadline:before 1 Oct (annual)a
Study in the U.S.A.
The program will begin in April and run until September 2023.
The Humphrey Fellowship Program is for professionals with experience who want to improve their leadership capabilities by facilitating the sharing of knowledge and understanding regarding issues of concern within both the U.S. and Fellows’ country of origin.
Fellows are assigned to any of the participating U.S.A. universities. Fellows aren’t able to pick which college they wish to attend.Instead, they are divided into groups of 7-15 students to the appropriate university according to their area of interest and their professional field of study since they don’t have the choice of the institution they wish to gain admission to there are advised to cooperate with the host university.
Study level/field of study:
The Fellowship is a non-degree-granting program. The Fellowship gives you opportunities to enhance your professional growth through a selection of university courses, events, networking, and practical work experience. The fields that are eligible for the program include:
* Agricultural and Rural Development
* Economic Development
* Educational Administration, Planning, and Policy
* Finance and Banking
* Higher Education Administration
* HIV/AIDS Policy and Prevention
* Human Resource Management
* Law and Human Rights
* Natural Resources, Environmental Policy, and Climate Change
* Public Health Policy and Management
* Public Policy Analysis and Public Administration
* Substance Abuse Education, Treatment, and Prevention
* Teaching of English as a Foreign Language
* Technology Policy and Management
* Trafficking in Persons Policy and Prevention
* Urban and Regional Planning
Number of Awards:
About 200 Fellowships are awarded every year.
Countries with a population eligible to be included are eligible to be in Sub-Saharan Africa, Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East, North Africa, East Asia, and Pacific, South and Central Asia, and the Western Hemisphere.
Value of the scholarship/inclusions:
The Fellowship offers:
* Tuition and acceptance fees are to be paid at the designated host universitya
* Pre-academic English training in the language, If required
• A monthly Maintenance (living) allowance, which includes an allowance for settling in once;
“Accident and sickness insurance;
* A book allowance;
One-time computing support;
• Air transportation (international travel between and to U.S.A. U.S. for the program as well as domestic travel to the scheduled event of the program);
* A Professional Development allowance covers professional activities, like field excursions, professional visits, and conferences.
The applicant must possess:
* An undergraduate (first university) degree,
* At least five years of full-time professional knowledge
* No or limited prior knowledge of the United States,
* Demonstrated leadership abilities,
* An account of service in the public sector in the community.
* English language ability
Contact directly the U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Section, or Fulbright Commission in the country where you reside to find out about the specific requirements of your program (link located below).
Instructions for the application:
The application deadlines differ by country but fall from May to September every year. The person nominating the U.S. Embassy or Binational Fulbright Commission will notify that it has an internal deadline for submitting applications. Embassies and Commissions must submit their applications at the Institute of International Education office in Washington, DC, by 1 October.
Contact your local Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy or Bi-national Fulbright Commission in your country to learn more about applications.
It is crucial to go through these Questions and Answers and then visit the website of officiality (link listed below) for complete information on how to apply for this award.
Official Scholarship Website: http://humphreyfellowship.org/
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