The Chateaubriand Fellowship is a grant offered by the Education Office of the Embassy of France in the United States. Every year, it allows 20 doctorate students enrolled in American universities- to conduct research in France for 9 months. This program has two main goals: first, to allow American doctorate students to benefit from an experience in a French University, second, to develop Franco-American academic partnerships.
Applicants must be PhD Candidates enrolled in an American University.
1,400 Euro a month, one round-trip ticket to France, and health insurance coverage for the period of the grant.
Fall for Humanities and Social Sciences Fellowships.
Winter for Scientific Chateaubriand Fellowships.