2015 Vietnamese Scholar Program
• What is the deadline for application?
The annual deadline for applications to the Vietnamese Scholar Program is October 15. Application for the 2015-2016 academic year must be completed and received at the Fulbright Program in Vietnam Office byOctober 15, 2014.
• What does the Vietnamese Scholar Program grant provide?
Participants in the Vietnamese Scholar Program are provided with a stipend and living expenses, health and accident insurance for the full term of the grant. Typical grants range from three months to nine months. Participants are also provided with transportation to and from the United States and participants are eligible to apply for further travel grants to cover additional research not covered by the main grant. CIES helps place scholars at appropriate host institutions in the United States.
• Who is eligible for the Vietnamese Scholar Program?
All participants in the Vietnamese Scholar Program must hold an M.A. or a Ph.D. degree. Participants must be Vietnamese citizens and must have adequate English skills to conduct their research and/or lectures in the United States. Special consideration is given to scholars in the academic disciplines of American Studies, Environmental Studies & Policy, Economics (including international economics and agricultural economics), Law, Public Administration, Higher Education Administration, Women's Studies, Urban Planning & Development, Foreign Policy, and Public Health. The Vietnamese Scholar Program is open to all candidates who qualify through open competition on the basis of academic and professional merit, without regard to race, religion, gender or affiliation.
• How are participants chosen?
The Fulbright Program sends a grant announcement to universities, colleges, think-tanks and people’s committees throughout Vietnam every year. A peer review panel is then convened to select candidates who are distinguished by their academic prominence, possess potential for becoming key figures in their fields, and whose research topic or methodology is creative. After the panel makes its recommendation of candidates, the Fulbright Program interviews these candidates to assess their English abilities. The Program then sends its recommendations to CIES for further evaluation. Once the candidates' records are assessed, CIES forwards its selection of candidates to the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, which makes a final selection of participants.
|Vung Tau Province||Friday, May 16, 2014||10:00||Ba Ria – Vung Tau University|
|13:30||Ba Ria – Vung Tau’s Teachers’ Training College|
|HCMC||Thursday, May 15, 2014||9:00||HCMC Law University, 2 cau Khanh Hoi, Dist. 4|
|14:00||Institute for Research on Educational Development, 4 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan, Dist. 3|
|Binh Duong Province||Wednesday, May 14, 2014||10:00||Binh Duong University, Binh Duong Avenue, Thu Dau Mot City|
|13:30||Thu Dau Mot University, Tran Van On Road, Thu Dau Mot City|
|HCMC||Tuesday, May 13, 2014||9:30||Hoa Sen University, 8 Nguyen Van Trang, Dist. 1|
|15:00||Ton Duc Thang University, Nguyen Huu Tho road, Dist. 7|
|My Tho||Friday, April 18, 2014||9:30 – 11:30||Session at Research Institute of Southern Fruit (SOFRI): No. 23 on 30/4 Road, My Tho City, Tien Giang Province|
|Ben Tre||Thursday, April 17, 2014||14:00 - 16:00||Ben Tre College: Ấp 1, xã Sơn Đông, Ben Tre City, Ben Tre Province|
|Soc Trang||Wednesday, April 16, 2014||14:00 - 16:00||Soc Trang Community College: 400 Le Hong Phong Road, Soc Trang City, Soc Trang Province
|Rach Gia||Tuesday, April 15, 2014||14:00 - 16:00||Kien Giang Community College: 217 Chu Van An Road, Rach Gia City, Kien Giang Province
|Can Tho||Monday, April 14, 2014||9:30 – 11:30||Can Tho University, 3/2 Road, Can Tho City.|
|14:30 – 16:30||Can Tho College, No. 413, 30/4 Road, Can Tho City|