The Director of Graduate Studies can recommend to the Institute’s Entrance Board that a researcher be granted the opportunity of spending time at another research institute or graduate programme as part of his/her training, provided such leave is considered as furthering the student’s progress and not hindering appropriate fulfilment of the Institute’s Ph.D. requirements.
Traineeships and Stages are available at the European Commission in Brussels. The EUI has an exchange programme with some universities in Europe under the Socrates Programme and the European Doctoral Programme, and in the USA with the University of California, Berkeley; the University of Wisconsin and New York University.
Applications to spend a term in the third year as an exchange student have to be made to Academic Service, and should include a detailed study plan, cv, and (for the Economics Department) acceptance from a supervisor at the host university.
For more information see the Guide to Traineeships and Exchange Programmes at the following website: Exchange Programmes.
The European Doctoral Programme is an exchange programme jointly organised by the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhems-Universität Bonn, London School of Economics, Université Catholique de Louvain, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales Paris and the EUI, with Tel Aviv University as exchange partner.
For more information see European Doctoral Programme (EDP) Scholarships.