This program is designed to offer guest scholars from developing countries the opportunity to pursue their own independent research on global education issues with a specific focus on girls’ education.
Guest scholars will also be supported to develop and implement a plan to share their expertise with their home institution to further build research capacity and expertise.
The Global Scholars Program fits within the broader “Global Compact on Learning” work-stream by aligning the research plans of the guest scholars with a collaborative research agenda.
During their 6-month residency at Brookings, guest scholars will work with Center staff on developing their specific research project, while also participating in a set of short workshops on different topics led by experts in the field.
Guest scholars will draw on the resources of Brookings scholars as well as the extended public policy community in Washington, D.C., through participating in additional meetings and conferences and networking with the broader development community.
Applicants selected for the fellowship will receive a living stipend of $5,000 a month, paid housing for the 6-month term, and round-trip travel expenses.
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