The Hudson Institute, together with the Hungary Foundation, has created the Visiting Research Fellowship.
This Visiting Fellowship opportunity is a 10-month fully funded research fellowship at Hudson Institute’s headquarters in Washington, DC, offered to a mid-career Hungarian policy professional with specific areas of interest in protecting religious freedom and promoting democratic sovereignty.
The visiting fellow will become an active member of Hudson’s Center for Religious Freedom and the Center for Common Culture. The fellow will have the opportunity to refine his/her research skills, to meet with policymakers and subject matter experts, and to participate in coalition building and advocacy efforts.
The fellow will undertake a specific research program in his/her area of interest and publish a report at the end of the fellowship. As an integrated member of Hudson’s research team, the fellow will be invited to participate in workshops, briefings, roundtables, networking opportunities, and other events organized by the Institute.
We invite applications from policy professionals holding Hungarian citizenship with at least four years of relevant work experience, or post-graduate scholars with at least two years of focused research, outstanding academic credentials and English language skills.
The fellowship will provide:
- a $7,500 monthly stipend to cover living expenses in Washington,
- roundtrip air travel to Washington, DC,
- assistance for the fellow’s visa application process,
- mentorship and dedicated funds to support the fellow’s professional development.
In addition to the fellow’s work at the Hudson Institute, he/she will be invited to participate in all Hungary Foundation-organized professional development programs, networking events and leadership programs held in Washington, DC, and will enjoy staff support from the Hungary Foundation to help the initial onboarding and settling-in process and will be provided mentorship and assistance during their entire stay in the US.
- Full CV: in English, must include date of birth, citizenship, and full employment history as well as a full publication list
- Research Project Statement: must include full description of the candidate’s specific research project relevant to the Hudson Institute’s ongoing work
- Two Letters of Recommendation: must be tailored to this specific fellowship
- Cover Letter: must include whether the applicant is applying alone or with family members, and any previous research done in the United States
For questions regarding the scholarship, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For application deadlines please refer to our ‘applications now open’ here, or Call For Applications posts in the news section.
ABOUT THE LIBERTY BRIDGE PROGRAM
The goal of the Hungary Foundation’s Liberty Bridge Program, launched in 2020, is to reinvigorate the US-Hungary relationship by building up a new framework of programs that will bolster the professional, academic, public and people-to-people dialogue between the two countries. The idea behind the program is our core conviction that the US and Hungary share value-driven special bonds built on the concept of Liberty. As part of this program, Hungary Foundation will invest in scholars and fellows who have demonstrated leadership skills and will serve as future bridge builders between the two countries.