Applications are now being accepted for 2021 Humphrey Fellowship Program. The opportunity is open for mid-career professionals across the world. The deadline for the 2021 Humphrey Fellowship Program is 1st September 2021.
2021 Humphrey Fellowship Program is a ten-month fellowship program dedicated to mid-career professionals working at the policy level. Applicants are expected to have a record of leadership and a commitment to public service. You will be based at one of the leading U.S. universities for a duration of ten-months, pursuing self-designed programs to include independent study, coursework, and an internship with an organization in their field of expertise.
The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program brings accomplished professionals from developing countries to the United States at a midpoint in their careers for a ten-month program of non-degree study and related professional experiences. The program seeks to foster an exchange of knowledge and mutual understanding between U.S. citizens and their professional counterparts. Successful applicants will be placed at participating universities in the United States for the August 2021-June 2022 period.
During this year-long stay at one of the hosting American university, Fellows will be invited to take graduate courses relevant to their professional interests. However, its is important to note that the Humphrey Fellowship is not a degree program, therefore, participants will spend a considerable portion of their time engaged in professional development activities.
Selected applicants for the Humphrey Fellowship will receive the following benefits
Applicants for the Humphrey Fellowship must meet all of the following criteria
You are therefore advised to visit the U.S Embassy Hubert Humphrey Fellowship program website in your country and confirm with the deadline as well as extra country-specific application conditions. To complete your application, you will have to submit the following
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||All Nationalities|
|Organizer||U.S. Department of State|