A program of the United States Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Teach courses and seminars at the undergraduate and graduate level with a special emphasis on practical applications. For research and teaching/research proposals, conduct research in area/s of specialization. Assist with curriculum development and other activities as requested.
Assist with the further development of media literacy education and cutting-edge cybersecurity studies, especially at the university level, in Romania.
Scholars may also be asked to give public talks, mentor students, and otherwise engage with the host community, in addition to their primary activities.
Grants begin in October 2020 (Fall Semester) or February 2021 (Spring Semester).
Bucharest: Bucharest Polytechnic University; National School of Political Science and Public Administration; University of Bucharest
Cluj-Napoca: Babes-Bolyai University; Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Constanta: Ovidius University
Iasi: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University; Technical University Gheorghe Asachi of Iasi
Timisoara: Timisoara Polytechnic University; University of the West
Candidates are sought in all appropriate disciplines including but not limited to digital society, digital humanities, the new media, Science, Technology and Society (STS), or cybersecurity.
All teaching and research will be in English; proficiency in another language is not required.
The Commission will arrange host institution affiliation for applicants whose projects are not located at a specific institution.
For host institution information, contact Mihai Moroiu, American Program Director, Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission in Bucharest: firstname.lastname@example.org
Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission
Taking into consideration the Special Award Benefits as well, Fulbright Scholar grants to Romania offer some of the most generous benefits in the region.
Starting from $3,200, plus $2,200 travel allowance for each of accompanying dependents, to a maximum of $7,600.
Benefits include an additional monthly stipend of RON 3,200 (approximately $700, depending on the exchange rate), as well as a housing allowance of $680-$900 per month, based on the number of accompanying dependents.
Approximately 12 grants for teaching and/or research.
Thanks to its historical circumstances and geographical position north of the Balkan Peninsula, on the Lower Danube River and bordering the Black Sea, Romanian culture is a unique mix of Central and Eastern European elements, with Roman, Greek, and Slavic influences.
Higher education in Romania has undergone deep structural changes in the past decades, having changed from a state-controlled system before 1990 to a more competitive one with a larger number of students and growing research activities and presence in the international academic community. The quality of the higher education sector is expected to improve in the coming years due to legislated educational reforms and increased funding. The Fulbright Program in Romania started in 1960 and has contributed to the democratization of the country. The Program is highly appreciated and valued in Romania.
A list of current U.S. grantees in Romania is available at: http://www.fulbright.ro/fulbright-grants/for-u-s-citizens/current-grantees
Teach courses in an area of specialization and consult on curriculum development, as needed. Undertake research projects (for teaching/research option) in area/s of specialization.
Teach courses and conduct research in area of specialization and consult on curriculum development, as needed.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses on selected topics. Consult on curriculum development and teaching methodology. Conduct research in an area of specialization.