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Non-Academic Professional Grants

Non-Academic Professional Grants
Deadline 2021.10.31
Results Available Date April 2022
Website Non-Academic Professional Grants Website
Up to 8 Fulbright partial grants for non-academic professionals are offered to mid-career professionals working in government or private organizations who wish to take part in a learning project. The purpose is to enhance their professional expertise through visits, observations, formal study (non-degree), or participation in training sessions in the United States for 3 to 10 months.


Creative Writing
Performing Arts
Visual Arts

American, Chinese, or Taiwanese Studies
International Exchange
International Education

3.Journalism & Media

Cultural Centers
Minority Affairs
Non-profit Organizations

5.Public Policy
Cultural CentersEntrepreneurial
Minority Affairs
Non-profit Organizations

Duration The duration of grants ranges from 3 to 10 months. The grants must begin no earlier than August 1, 2022. They must end no later than August 31, 2023. The grant should not be used in different stages.
Fields and Media Cultural Heritage, Independent Curator, Literature, Museum, Other, Performance Art, Visual Art
Funding 1.A fixed sum from US$5,550 to US$18,500, prorated over the grant period. 2.Research allowance US$3,000 3.Travel allowance: a round-trip, direct flight, economy-class air ticket (up to NT$60,000), and a baggage allowance of NT$20,000
Provided by Host Possible placement services by IIE.
Costs Prospective Fulbright participants should be aware that public health conditions, availability of consular services and travel, as well as U.S. institutional operating status and policies may affect their ability to travel to the U.S. and participate in academic programs.
How to Apply 1. Apply online no later than October 31, 2021. 2. Submit the hard copy of the required documents to Fulbright Taiwan. The mailing address is: Foundation for Scholarly Exchange 2nd Fl., 45, Yanping S. Rd., Taipei 10043, Taiwan Attn. Fulbright Exchange Program (Non-Academic Professional Grants)
Selection Procedure In early December, a Selection Committee (academic peers from a variety of disciplines, Board members, and staff) reviews all documents and research proposals and recommends a slate for final selection by the Board of Fulbright Taiwan.
Expected Outcome During the grant period, the grantee must submit a research or reflections article to FSE’s Online Journal Research & Reflections