During their stay at a host American university, Humphrey Fellows are invited to take graduate courses relevant to their professional interests. However, as the Humphrey Fellowship is not a degree program, participants spend a considerable portion of their time engaged in professional development activities, including consultations and affiliations with U.S. faculty and experts, field trips, workshops, research projects, and the development of practical, useful strategies that could be applied in the Fellows’ home countries.
The Fellowship provides for:
Payment of tuition and fees at the assigned host university;
Pre-academic English language training, if required;
A living allowance, including a one-time settling-in allowance;
Accident and sickness coverage;
A book allowance, one-time computer subsidy;
Air travel (international travel to and from the U.S. for the Program and domestic travel to required program events);
A Professional Development allowance for professional activities, such as field trips, professional visits and conferences.
Have a minimum of a four-year undergraduate degree. (BA + Honors)
Have a minimum of five years of full-time professional experience beyond the attainment of a first university/undergraduate degree before July 2020
University lecturers have to have management or policy responsibilities and experience. Exceptions apply to teachers of English as a foreign language and specialists in substance abuse prevention and treatment
Demonstrated Leadership Ability: candidates should have achieved positions of significant responsibility at the national, regional or local level and show clear promise to assume greater future leadership roles
A record of public service in the community: candidates' careers must reflect a present and future commitment to public service, broadly defined in the public, NGO, or private sector
15th March 2023
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