The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission is pleased to announce that the 2024-2025 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program competition is now open and the application deadline is September 15, 2023! The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program to Romania is designed for American scholars and professionals interested to teach and/or conduct research in Romania in a wide variety of academic and professional fields. A complete list of Fulbright opportunities for American scholars to Romania is available here.
We would very much appreciate your partnership and work to foster Fulbright’s mission of increasing mutual understanding, building lasting connections and advancing knowledge between our two countries. In our efforts to recruit high-quality applicants for Fulbright awards in Romania, we kindly invite you to refer your American colleagues and peers who may be interested in participating in this program. Fulbright offers opportunities for faculty, administrators, artists, and professionals to teach, research, and exchange ideas in a variety of Romanian institutions.
Fulbright Scholars come from all academic and professional backgrounds and represent every career stage, from postdoctoral students to retired faculty. With your help, we hope to attract the strongest possible pool of applicants in order to benefit Romania’s institutions and bring people and nations closer together.
Award length and period: four months (one semester) or nine months (one academic year). Under certain circumstances, the Fulbright Commission in Romania may consider three months (minimum). One academic year grants begin in October 2024, one-semester grants may begin in October 2024 or February 2025.
Scholars in Romania participate in a wide range of academic, cultural, and social events and benefit from a variety of additional opportunities provided by the Fulbright Commission.
If you know an American scholar who would be a strong candidate for the Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant in Romania, please refer them here. Program staff at the Institute of International Education (IIE), the organization that administers the Fulbright Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, will contact all referrals to provide them with valuable information about the application process.