Funding Opportunity for U.S. Citizens

Institutional Partnership (U.S. Universities) | Institutional Partnership (Indonesian Universities)

INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSHIP (U.S. UNIVERSITIES)

Hosting: Global Ugrad
Details: Universities are selected through application process based on ability to provide tuition assistance, offer strong international student support services, and accommodate selected students’ fields of study.
Contact: Melissa Oppenheimer at melissa.oppenheimer@worldlearning.org

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Hosting: Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows
Details: Universities are selected through an application process to participate as a host university for five years. Selection is based on the institution’s ability to develop specialized non-degree, interdisciplinary programs for a diverse group of seven to twelve international Fellows. Application deadline is September 30, annually.
Contacthhh@iie.org

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Hosting: Study America’s Short-term Scholars, Professors, Research Scholars, Trainees, Specialists and College and University Students
Details: IIE works with private and public organizations to sponsor individuals who teach, lecture, observe, consult and conduct research while sharing their culture and professional expertise with their American colleagues.
Contactstudyamerica@iie.org

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Asian Studies Development Program
Details: Site maintained by the East-West Center to send out information and updates to interested universities about upcoming programs and events.

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ASIANetwork Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges to Promote Asian Studies
Details: ASIANetwork is a consortium of over 170 colleges working together to promote Asian studies to undergraduates

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USINTEC (US/Indonesia Teacher Education Consortium)
Details: USINTEC is a binational higher education consortium comprised of 16 member institutions working to bring together the individual and collective strengths and resources of its member institutions.
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Cornell Faculty Associates in Research (FAR)
Details: In an effort to forge collaborative relationships with SEA specialists at educational institutions throughout the region, Cornell invites area scholars to join the Faculty Associates in Research (FAR) Program to gain access to their lending library and notice on lectures.