The Fulbright Commission in Belgium is offering a grant in the arts for the 2024-25 academic year.
One grant will be offered by the Fulbright Commission in Brussels to an American applicant looking to do a conservation or research project in the following subject areas: European Old Masters/the Early Modern Period in Europe or 19th century landscapes.
The research project can focus on art history, conservation, restoration or any other related field within these subject areas. The grant provides 1,600EUR/month for a 9-month project based anywhere in Belgium as well as a 2,000EUR travel stipend, enrollment in a limited health benefits program, and enrichment activities organized by the Commission.
Applicants must have at least a bachelor’s degree and must not (yet) have their PhD, though this project could be done as research for a PhD program. Full eligibility criteria for the program can be found on the Fulbright U.S. Student Program Website and in the general Fulbright Belgium Award Description.
The application deadline is 10 October 2023; all questions about the award can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.