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Message 1: Fulbright Notice for LINGUIST

Date: Tue, 20 Sep 1994 14:45:36 Fulbright Notice for LINGUIST
From: <ciesnet.cies.org>
Subject: Fulbright Notice for LINGUIST


 Fulbright Scholar Program Update of Awards Still Available
 for 1995-96 (Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, TEFL)

Award Availability:

CIES is accepting late applications for the 1995-96 lecturing and
research award openings listed here. The availability of individual
awards will change as applications are submitted, and opportunities
within countries and regions may close at any time. Please confirm
the status of the awards that interest you before proceeding or
completing the application materials.

Assignment:

Awards range from three to twelve months. Most teaching assignments
are for a semester or academic year. Lecturing is in English unless
otherwise noted.

Award Benefits:

Award benefits vary by country and type of award. Grants range in
duration from two months to the full academic year. Benefits may
include: monthly stipend; round-trip travel for the grantee (In many
countries, travel for up to two dependents for semester and/or
academic year awards); housing or housing allowance in many countries;
subsistence or living allowance in many countries; and tuition
allowance in certain countries. Sabbatical, leave-of-absence, or
retirement pay may be used concurrently with Fulbright support.

Eligibility:

1) U.S. citizenship is required at the time of application. Status as
a permanent resident is not sufficient.

2) A doctorate is required at the time of application, unless
otherwise noted. In fields such as TEFL, the performing or creative
arts, etc., the appropriate terminal degree may be acceptable. For
professionals outside academe, comparable experience and recognized
professional standing are expected. Consult individual award
descriptions.

3) Proficiency in a foreign language is required for some awards, as
noted in the award descriptions.

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Further Information:

A complete application booklet can be obtained by writing Council for
International Exchange of Scholars 3007 Tilden Street, N.W., Suite 5M,
Box E-UPD, Washington, D.C. 20008-3009. Telephone: 202/686-7866.
Internet: cies1ciesnet.cies.org (in message, note Action E-UPD)
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