Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarships - Grants for University Teachers

The purpose of these grants is to further international understanding of world peace.

Sponsor: The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

Awarded to higher education faculty to teach at universities or colleges of their choice in low-income countries, the grant is US$13,000 for 3-5 months of service or US$24,000 for 6-10 months of service. Recipients are expected to teach in a low income country.
Applicants must hold (or if retired, have held) a full-time college or university teaching position for three or more years, but not to hold (or have held) a specific rank; must teach in a field of practical use to the host country; the applicants home and host countries must contain at least one Rotary club; the proposed host institution must be located in a low-income country; applicants must be proficient in the language of their prospective house country; applicants may be either Rotarians or non-Rotarians; Awards
How to Apply
Applicant must contact a Rotary Club in their legal or permanent residence (or place of full-time study or employment) for an application and information on scholarship availability and local deadlines. You can find your local club online.