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Prins Foundation Fellowship for Emigrating Artists and Writers-in-Residence, 2012 USA

Research Fellowship grants for Emigrating Artists and Writers in the field of Journalists, novelists, poets, travel writers, biographers, photographers, visual artists, and others outside of academia at The Center for Jewish History , 2012 USA

Study Subject(s):Journalists, novelists, poets, travel writers, biographers, photographers, visual artists, and others outside of academia
Course Level:Fellowship
Scholarship Provider: Vivian G. Prins foundation
The award can be taken at: USA

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Eligibility:Open to artists and writers from outside the United States who seek permanent residence in North America. Preference will be given to candidates from Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. It is the responsibility of the applicant to have the appropriate visa for acceptance of the stipend for the duration of the award. The Center for Jewish History is not a visa granting institution. The Center will provide pro-bono legal counsel to assist Fellows navigating immigration issues.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union

Description: The Center for Jewish History announces a new fellowship to be awarded to Emigrating Artists and Writers through a grant from the Vivian G. Prins foundation. The award supports original research for early stage projects by foreign artists and writers from a variety of disciplines that may include: journalists, novelists, poets, travel writers, biographers, photographers, visual artists, and others outside of academia.

How to Apply: By post

application Deadline: September 6, 2012

Further Scholarship Information and Application