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.┬áSpecial 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.
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