The Norway-America Association also administrates other scholarships that are not for students, but scholarships that could be used for continuing education or similar opportunities. Below is a list of scholarships, please note that in order to qualify for these grants, Norwegian citizenship is required (visiting lectureship is also for Swedish citizens).
The scholarships vary if they are paid directly from NORAM or we administrate them on behalf of our partner organizations.
- Undergraduate Scholarship and Admissions Program – NORAM works with great universities in the US who award Norwegian students with scholarships and admission through us. More information can be found on our Norwegian page, and American institutions interested in the program can contact us.
- The Alf and Bergljot Kolflat Fund – for Norwegian engineers and architects. The scholarship is to be used to gain practice and experience in the United States (more information in Norwegian).
- Ambassador Robert D. Stuart Jr Fellowship – Scholarship for Norwegian politicians to study and work in Washington DC for a semester. More information in Norwegian
- Visiting lectureship – a scholarship for American universities to apply for funding in order to bring an Norwegian or Swedish lecturer to visit their university in the US (see below for more information).
This is a scholarship that allows American universities or institutions to apply for a grant to invite and arrange for an Norwegian or Swedish lecturer to come to their university for a period. The theme of the lecturer must be within these topics:
- Public Policy
- Conflict Resolution
- Environmental Studies
The scholarship includes:
$20,000 lecture grant
$5,000 travel grant outside of the institution/university
J-1 visa for a maximum of 6 months through the ASF Visitor Exchange Program
For more information, please visit The American-Scandinavian Foundation web page.
- Application deadline: February 15th
- Scholarship is administered and granted through The American-Scandinavian Foundation
- The applicant has to be the university/institution, not the invited lecturer.