The US Fulbright scholar program offers a wide range of long- and short-term opportunities for US citizens with a PhD, other terminal degree, or substantial professional experience to conduct research and/or teach in Norway.
The Traditional Scholars program offers grants for stays in Norway of three to nine months in any field. Recipients lecture and/or conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional subjects.
The Fulbright Arctic Chair is one of the Fulbright Distinguished Chairs programs; these awards are among the most prestigious appointments in the Fulbright Scholarship Program. This award is for applicants who have a scholarly focus on polar and High North issues, a Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree (including a master’s degree, depending on the field) as appropriate, and a significant publication and teaching record.
The Roving Scholars program offers applicants with a PhD, or a master’s degree with teaching experience, the opportunity to travel and teach in secondary schools and professional development milieus all over Norway. Roving Scholar grants are for 10 months.
A grant is available to take part in the teaching and research activities of the Digital Culture program and the Digital Culture and Electronic Literature research groups at the University of Bergen. This grant is for five or 10 months, with 10 months being the preferred option.
The University of Bergen Department of English offers a teaching or teaching and research grant. The scholar will teach undergraduate English courses and conduct additional undergraduate/graduate level seminars on topics to be determined based on the interests of the scholar and the needs of the department. This grant is for five or preferably 10 months.
Research grants in Advanced International Studies are offered by the Nobel Institute. Applications are sought in all appropriate disciplines, but history, economics or political science are preferred. These grants are for three months and may begin any time between February 1 and April 1.
Scholars with a PhD or other terminal degree in Law, Philosophy, Political Science may apply to conduct research on the topic of International Courts and Tribunals at PluriCourts – Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order. Selected scholars will be awarded grants for stays of six-10 months.
Apply now for the Fulbright Arctic Initiative!