EUI Special Doctoral Fellowships
With a view to promoting the diversification of the EUI’s student body, the EUI earmarks special scholarships for candidates from non-EU Member States who are not eligible for any other funding programmes:
- the Adam Smith doctoral fellowship in Economics
- the Jacob Burckhardt doctoral fellowship in History and Civilization
- the Hans Kelsen doctoral fellowship in Law
- the Hannah Arendt doctoral fellowship in Political and Social Sciences
To be eligible for an EUI Special Doctoral Fellowship, candidates must have successfully completed a Master or equivalent degree in an academic discipline relevant to the doctoral programme of the department and the research proposal. The degree must be awarded before 31 August.
There is no separate grant application procedure to follow. The application for admission to the EUI doctoral programme is automatically an application for an EUI Doctoral Fellowship:
Candidates wishing to apply for the fellowship should choose “EUI Special Doctoral Fellowship Programme" option in the Grant authority section of the online application form and indicate their nationality in the “Justification” field of the form.
Grant and allowances
- Monthly grant: € 1.365 (as of 1st January 2021)
- Family allowance: yes
- Travel allowance: yes
- Insurance: yes
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Page last updated on 08 April 2021