Building lasting relationships: Evaluation of the Fulbright Norway subsidy scheme

NIFU report 2014:45. The Norwegian government should utilize the Fulbright Program to a greater extent to support policy goals for the internationalization of higher education and research. This evaluation has demonstrated that there is more flexibility in the program than the written materials suggest. Interviews with the responsible American partners demonstrated a willingness to construct grants and awards based on the national circumstances. If the Norwegian government so wishes, there is room for closer dialogue with the FFN about the kind of grants that will reinforce common fields of interest for Norwegian policy goals and the visions of the Fulbright Program. This can and should be done without the Norwegian government interfering with the fundamental vision of the Fulbright Program.

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Title Building lasting relationships: Evaluation of the Fulbright Norway subsidy scheme
Category Report
AuthorTrude Røsdal
AuthorKyrre Lekve
AuthorLisa Scordato
AuthorSiri Aanstad
AuthorFredrik Niclas Piro
publication year2014
isbn978-82-327-0051-6
issn1892-2597