The Fulbright South Australia Scholarship was established by sponsorship from the South Australian State government and South Australian universities.
This scholarship is open to Australian citizens who are residents of South Australia to undertake 8 – 12 months of postgraduate or postdoctoral study or research in the United States. Projects should focus on topics, or issues relevant to West Australia clearly articulating the benefits of such study and research to the State, as well as Australia.
The program of research / study can commence any time between 1 July 2014 and 30 June 2015.
For general information and applications please refer to Application Information.
The inaugural Fulbright South Australia Scholarship was presented in 2010.
Fulbright Scholarships Include:
- Living, travel & establishment allowances
- National Orientation Program and a Fulbright Presentation Dinner
- Enrichment Seminars in the United States with international Fulbright Scholars
- Distinguished professional network with U.S. and Australian Fulbright Alumni Associations
- A support agency in the U.S. that assists with visas, events, and networks
- Media and publicity support
- ASPE medical insurance of up to AUD 100,000 (for the Scholar only).
For more information, read the profile of the 2013 winner, Dr Danielle Moreau.
Previous Fulbright South Australia Scholars
|2012||Dr Stephanie Reuter Lange||UNISA||To go to State University of New York to undertaking workshops and research in computational modelling with a view to improving the treatment of malaria and carnitine deficiency.|
|2012||Mr Adam Webster||University of Adelaide||To undertake research at the University of Arizona, examining the history of interstate water disputes in the U.S. with a view to determining how the legal solutions developed in that country may assist in the resolution of similar disputes in Australia|
|2011||Ms Clare Sullivan||University of Adelaide||Research into the digital identity that people use for transactions online, its legal nature and how it can be protected.|
|2010||Mr Lewis Tunstall||University of Adelaide||Research aiming to solve one of the unresolved issues in relation to the standard model of particle physics.|