Teach at the master's level in human rights, international law, international organizations, civil and political rights, humanitarian law, refugee law, minority and indigenous rights and international labor standards (approx. 30 hours/semester). Final grant amounts will be determined prior to the start of the academic year and are subject to the availability of funds. The United States Department of State and the Fulbright Commission in the host country reserve the right to alter, without notice, participating countries, number of awards and allowances. Law degree or Ph.D. in a closely related field; five to ten years professional experience preferred. A letter of invitation should not be sought. For more info, kindly visit the award website.
Must not be attending high school currently
Restricted to students studying