The Chateaubriand Fellowship allows PhD students registered in an American university the opportunity to spend 4–9 months in France. The fellowship aims to initiate or reinforce collaborations or join projects between French and American research teams. US citizenship is not required (see eligibility and guidelines.)
French Government funded Chateaubriand STEM Fellowship available to US University PhD students.
You are invited to join an information session about the Chateaubriand Fellowship for STEM on October 13th,2022, at 12 pm EST i.e. 11 am CDT. The information session will take place virtually on Zoom: registration link.
The application period for new applicants is October 13th – January 16th
For questions, please feel free to reach out to the Chateaubriand STEM Program Manager,
Richard Burke, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEE PDF Flyer: Chateaubriand 2022 Info Session Flyer
This event is provided by:
Office for Science & Technology
Embassy of France in the United States
François-René de Chateaubriand was a French writer and diplomat (1768-1848.)