The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program to Indonesia offers grants for teaching or research. Indonesia is the world’s third most populous democracy and the largest Muslim-majority nation. Since political reform began in 1998, Indonesia has worked to strengthen its democratic governance, and as the largest economy in Southeast Asia, it is critical to regional stability. Special funding from the Fulbright Indonesia Research on Science and Technology Initiative encourages innovative research or collaborative teaching in all science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Eligibility: Open to academics and appropriately qualified professionals outside of academia.
Academics must have a minimum of three years of university teaching experience and a record of scholarly publications.
Qualified professionals must have recognized professional standing and substantial professional accomplishment in their field.
Key dates: Application deadline is August.
Teaching grants can only begin in the second semester (February 2020) to coincide with the start of the Indonesian spring semester.
Research grants can begin anytime from September 2019 through May 2020.
Duration: 6 months for teaching grants; 5 – 10 months for research grants.