Applications for the 2021-2022 year close on September 15, 2020.
Israeli universities are known for their high level of research in many fields. According to US News & World Report, seven of Israel’s universities rank among the world’s top 100 in a variety of disciplines. Israel is also home to one of the world’s most active tech ecosystems; revolutionary achievements in agricultural and medical research; and studies in diplomacy and international relations.
The Fulbright Israel commission will grant up to eight
postdoctoral fellowships to outstanding scholars who
are planning to begin a program of research during the
2021/22 – 2022/23 academic years at an accredited
university or non-profit research institution in Israel.
This program is open to researchers in all fields of
Fellowship benefits include:
- $47,500 per academic year
- travel reimbursement for fellow and spouse
- additional relocation grant available at host
Inquiries should be directed to Branden Johnson (email@example.com)