Fellowship program for experienced professionals interested in enhancing their leadership capabilities on issues of common concern in the U.S. and Fellows’ home countries.
Humphrey Fellowship has received dollar-for-dollar funding as a Fulbright exchange activity from the U.S. In 1978, Congress passed a resolution to honor Hubert H. Humphrey’s (1911-1978) career as a member of Congress.
A longtime promoter of international understanding, Humphrey served from 1965 to 1969 as Vice President of the United States and for many years as an American diplomat. Minnesota senator.
- Host Country: United States of America (USA)
- Study Abroad: Study in the USA
- Category: Fellowships
- Eligible Countries: All Countries
- Reward: Full Scholarship
- Deadline: Varies by Countries
Details on the scholarship
Fellowships are placed at participating universities in the USA. The university that a fellow attends cannot be chosen by the fellow.
Instead, they are distributed in groups of 7-15 to appropriate host institutions according to their expertise and field.
A candidate must possess the following qualifications:
- An undergraduate (first university) degree,
- A minimum of five years of full-time, professional experience
- Limited or no prior experience in the United States,
- Demonstrated leadership qualities,
- A record of public service in the community, and
- English language ability
The U.S. government can help you with this matter. Please contact the Embassy, Public Affairs Section, or Fulbright Commission in your country of residence to inquire about specific program requirements (see link below).
Reward and Duration
Among the benefits of the Fellowship:
- Payment of the tuition and fees at the assigned host university;
- English language training for pre-academic work if required;
In addition to a maintenance (living) allowance, there is a one-time moving-in allowance.
Coverage for accidents and illnesses;
- A book allowance;
- A one-time computer subsidy;
International air travel in and out of the U.S. for the program as well as domestic travel to required program events;
- A Professional Development allowance for professional activities, such as field trips, visits to conferences, and more.
Field of Studies
Through selected university courses, attending conferences, networking and practical work experiences, the Fellowship offers valuable opportunities for professional development as a non-degree program. The following program fields are eligible:
- Agricultural and Rural Development
- Economic Development
- Educational Administration, Planning and Policy
- Finance and Banking
- Higher Education Administration
- HIV/AIDS Policy and Prevention
- Human Resource Management
- Law and Human Rights
- Natural Resources, Environmental Policy, and Climate Change
- Public Health Policy and Management
- Public Policy Analysis and Public Administration
- Substance Abuse Education, Treatment and Prevention
- The teaching of English as a Foreign Language
- Technology Policy and Management
- Trafficking in Persons Policy and Prevention
- Urban and Regional Planning
The method of application
To start your application, click the link below.
Usually, application deadlines fall between May and September each year. The nominating U.S. Embassy or the Binational Fulbright Commission will inform you of its internal deadline for receiving applications. In order to submit nominations to the Institute for International Education, the Embassies and Commissions must forward them by October 1.
You should contact the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. For more information on application procedures, you can contact the U.S. Embassy in your country or the Bi-national Fulbright Commission.
Please read the FAQs and visit the official website (linked below) for detailed instructions on how to apply for this scholarship.
Deadline: Varies by Countries