ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The 4-6 month Program opens for American scholars and
experts from all disciplines for joint activities at
Thai higher education institutions. Potential activities
may include lecturing, research, or giving consultation
on curriculum and faculty development.
April – July
Recruitment and selection are made through the Council
for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES).
1. U.S. citizenship – permanent residence is not
2. A Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree
(including the master’s degree, depending on the field)
as appropriate. Candidates outside academe (e.g.,
professionals, artists) need recognized professional
standing and substantial professional accomplishments.
3. College or university teaching awards require
experience at the level and in the field specified by
the award description.
4. Foreign language proficiency as specified by the
award description or required for the successful
completion of the proposed project. (In many areas,
lecturing is in English.)
5. Sound physical and mental health. Grantees are
required to submit a Medical History and Examination
Report before their grants can be finalized.
6. The lifetime maximum number of Fulbright Scholar
grants is two. That may be calculated either as two Core
grants or one Core grant and two short-term (two months
or less) grants.
7. Grants shall not authorize activity for which a
license to practice medicine or nursing is required
The Council for International Exchange of Scholars