The Fulbright Hildeman Fellowship

PROMOTING SCANDINAVIAN STUDIES IN THE U.S.

In 1986, the Swedish Fulbright Commission established the Hildeman Fellowship in commemoration of Mr. Nils-Gustav Hildeman, a prominent Swedish diplomat and former Fulbright Board member, to promote the study of Scandinavian language and area studies in the United States. The primary objectives of the Hildeman Fellowship are to encourage students and faculty in Scandinavian studies, to strengthen contacts between Swedish and American academics and to increase the interest in Sweden and Swedish area studies on the part of American students and scholars in a variety of fields.

Each year, a different U.S. university is selected to the host the Fulbright Fellow. For academic year 2023-24, the University of Colorado Boulder will host the Hildeman Fellow with a focus on Contemporary Nordic Cultures and Societies. The program will be announced Decmeber 2022. Click here for the published announcement.

Fellowship benefits

⚬ Fulbright branding
⚬ SEK 125 000
⚬ Round-trip travel for Fellow
⚬ Baggage allowance (one-time)
⚬ Accident and sickness insurance for Fellow
⚬ Host university-specific benefits

Annual Timeline:

March 20, 2023:  application deadline
May 2022:  notification of applicant status
Academic year 2023-24: semester in the U.S. (Spring 2024)