In celebration of Fulbright Bulgaria’s 25th anniversary and in order to encourage continued alumni involvement with the Fulbright Commission and community, the Bulgarian Fulbright Commission board has set aside funds to support alumni academic and cultural projects
These have resulted from grantees’ Fulbright experience and to expand their impact within Bulgaria. The grants are designed to support alumni and projects based in and carried out in Bulgaria (by either Bulgarian or US citizens who are alumni of the Fulbright Bulgaria program), as there are fewer funding sources for such projects in Bulgaria than in the US and abroad.In the past, Fulbright Bulgaria has given such grants on an ad-hoc basis in response to alumni requests to the Commission board. The new grant fund will regularize the process so that all alumni are aware of this opportunity and so as to foster transparency in the application and selection process.
In the past, Fulbright Bulgaria has given such grants on an ad-hoc basis in response to alumni requests to the Commission board. The new grant fund will regularize the process so that all alumni are aware of this opportunity and so as to foster transparency in the application and selection process.
Examples of activities that could be potentially supported by such grants include the organization of academic conferences, publication of academic or artistic works, funding for research projects, or support for cultural/civil/educational undertakings that have resulted from a Fulbright project. Support for conference travel should be excluded, as such activity can be funded by various municipal, national and European mobility programs.
Fulbright Bulgaria Alumni Grant parameters:
Recruitment criteria & eligibility
Number of grants per year: 2-4, depending on amounts requested
Frequency of grant cycle:
Preferred projects will have a direct tie to alumni’s Fulbright experience and will advance the goals and values of the Fulbright Program
Preferred projects will engage the Fulbright alumni community and expand the impact of the Fulbright program in Bulgaria
Projects that have attracted support from other funding sources/partner organizations will be given special consideration
Application process: short application form, including project proposal and budget
Selection process: Fulbright Board reviews applications and makes selection
Other grants for Bulgarians
Scholars and researchers
Every year about 5 grants are awarded. Application deadline: December.
For young researchers at advanced stages of their PhD studies.
3-5-month grant for research activities on matters related to civil society.
Grants awarded to professionals all over the world on managerial or expert positions. длъжности.
This grant is awarded to scholars with a PhD in Mathematics. The degree should be obtained no longer than 10 years ago.
Deadline for submissions: The competition is open on a rolling basis.
The next submission deadline is February 15, 2022.
To check for results and receive further information, please contact Program Officer: Maria Kostova