- French Embassy to the
United States: Chateaubriand Fellowship
- Annual award to enable doctoral candidates and young scientists
in the U.S. to conduct research in France at a university, school of
engineering, or a public or private laboratory for periods of 6 to 12
- FIELD OF STUDY:
- Fields of science and technology, including mathematics, all
types of engineering, biology, medicine, environmental sciences, etc.
- An applicant must be a U.S. citizen or be registered with a U.S.
university or a U.S. National Laboratory. Both current doctoral
candidates and scholars who have received the Ph.D. degree within the
past five years are eligible. An applicant must be accepted by a French
research institution to be eligible for the fellowship.
- Fellowships may be proposed for a period of no less than 6 and no
more than 12 months. The monthly stipend is 1,680 euros for doctoral
fellows; 2,026 euros for postdoctoral fellows. Health insurance and
round-trip airfare to France are provided. French language courses are
available, if desired.
- December 31
Further information and the application form are available at the Web
site. Contact address: French Consulate of Chicago, Office for Science
and Technology, 737 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1170, Chicago, IL
60611. Telephone: 312-642-7438. FAX: 312-642-5998. E-mail: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.