Chateaubriand Fellowship - Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
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The Chateaubriand Fellowship - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) - is a grant offered by the Office for Science and Technology (OST) of the Embassy of France in the United States.
The Chateaubriand Fellowship aims to initiate or reinforce collaborations, partnerships or joint projects by encouraging exchange at the doctoral level. To that end, the OST supports PhD students who are registered in an American university and wish to conduct research in a French laboratory for a 4 to 9 month period of time as part of a co-supervised research project.
The call for applications is now closed.
Next Opening : October 2014
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GOALS OF THE CHATEAUBRIAND PROGRAM:
- To allow American students to benefit from an experience in one of the best laboratories in France.
- To develop scientific cooperation between France and the United States.
BASIC PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
- The research should be performed in a French university, engineering school, national laboratory or private enterprise, with a link to a Doctoral School. Co-sponsorship by the interested French institution or company is possible and encouraged.
- All STEM and Health disciplines are eligible.
- Applicants must be PhD students in an American university.
- Knowledge of French is not mandatory and is left to the discretion of the host institution.
See our Guidelines section for more details.
Chateaubriand recipients receive:
- Monthly allowance (up to 1400 euros/month, depending on other sources of funding)
- Support for travel to and from France
- Support for health insurance abroad
Factors considered in the evaluation of a candidate's application:
- List of publications and academic transcripts
- Quality and relevance of proposed research project
- Priority is given to candidates working toward a dual PhDdegree (cotutelle) with their host institution
- Letters of recommendation and letters from the candidate's French and American advisors agreeing to co-supervise their thesis: