American students should contact their on-campus Fulbright representative, by mail, E-mail, or at the IIE (log onto www.iie.org to find their regional office).
Applications will be considered from well-qualified candidates (BS/BA graduates, master’s and doctoral candidates, and young professionals and artists) in all fields. The proposed projects must be carried out in Dutch institutions of higher learning or by using Dutch archival sources. Candidates obtain their own placements and must furnish proof of acceptance from an academic institution or letters of affiliation from appropriate specialists to be considered for a grant. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
Further information on the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, as well as application forms, are available on the Fulbright web site (www.iie.org). Applicants may also contact their on-campus Fulbright representative.
Applications should be submitted directly to the Fulbright Commission, in accordance with its instructions. The NAF’s Education Committee will review selected applications and notify successful applicants in March.