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Grants For Students
Open Study Research & Arts
This grant provides U.S. students studying a master’s or PhD degree the opportunity to pursue a 9 months research or arts project in Mexico. Candidates with terminal
master’s degrees are also welcome to apply. Candidates with only a bachelor’s degree will not be considered for this award, and are encouraged to apply to one of our other
U.S. Student programs: Binational Business, English Teaching Assistant or Graduate Degree Program.
Applications will be accepted in all fields of study except Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Odontology.
The commission follows the recommendations of both the Mexican government and the U.S. Embassy Travel Advisory when considering U.S. Fulbright grantees host sites in Mexico. This means that locations may be restricted to certain states or areas in Mexico depending these recommendations.
See U.S. Department of State webpage for detailed information:
• Fluent Spanish
• Minimum degree: MS/MA or currently enrolled in a master’s program (Candidates who are not in a Master's program or higher will not be considered).
• Letter of affiliation from a Mexican academic institution.
• Candidates studying, living or working in Mexico during the application process are not eligible to apply.
• Candidates who currently have a temporary or permanent resident card to Mexico are not eligible to apply.
• Double citizenship candidates are eligible to apply.
• Monthly maintenance.
• One round-trip international air ticket for the grantee.
• Book allowance.
• Fulbright medical benefit plan.
• Commission’s assistance with the visa paperwork.
• Additional dependent allowances.
Call for Applications
• Closes: Oct 8, 2019.
• Shortlisted candidates will be invited to be interviewed in February 2020.
• Final results received April 2020.
• Applications must be submitted online through https://apply.iie.org/apply. For further information please see http://us.fulbrightonline.org/ or email: FBstudent.WHA@iie.org.
• Should correspond with standard academic semesters: August/September 2020 or January 2021.
• September 2020 through May 2021 is preferred.
The US-Mexico Commission for Educational & Cultural Exchange is the lead binational agency dedicated to promoting understanding between the two countries through educational exchange of citizens who have demonstrated excellence.
For additional details: www.comexus.org.mx
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