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   Thai Visiting Scholar Program (TVS)


The non-degree Program enables senior Thai scholars/researchers in any field to lecture, pursue research or undertake special academic-related projects for 3-6 months in the United States.

Up to three grants are awarded each year, two of which are reserved for university/faculty members. Each grant covers round-trip international travel, monthly stipend, professional allowance, settling-in allowance and health insurance.




  1. Be a Thai citizen in good health
  2. Be physically present in Thailand at the time of interview
  3. Have a doctorate in academic background with strong knowledge of English
  4. Have at least 10 years of teaching/research experience at the university level
  5. Be able to take leave from his/her home institution or post
  6. Preferably not have had extensive experience in the United States during the previous three years
  7. Must not have held a Fulbright grant within the past 5 years
  8. Must not have received a J-1 visa within the past two years
  9. Have an invitation letter from the host institution.


Hold U.S. immigrant visas or permanent U.S. resident cards (green cards), or dual (Thai and U.S.) citizenships are not eligible

Thailand - United States Educational Foundation (TUSEF/Fulbright Thailand) Thai Wah Tower 1, 3rd floor, 21/5 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Tel : (66) 0-2285-0581-2 Fax : (66) 0-2285-0583  Email :