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Jean Monnet Fellowships, Post-doctoral researchers affected by the war in Ukraine

Programme Start Date

Flexible

Methodology

Residential

Location

Villa Schifanoia

Applications are now closed, it is no longer possible to apply.

  • The fellowships are open to candidates who have obtained their doctorate more than 5 years prior to the start of the fellowship.
  • Candidates of all nationalities are eligible for this special Jean Monnet Fellowship.

Applications have to be submitted through the Online Application Form.
There are two distinct phases in the application process:

  1. Register your application as early as possible

You are encouraged to register your application, by inserting your personal details and referee details as soon as possible. This is important to allow sufficient time for your referees to submit the reference letters.

  1. Submit your application as soon as ready: The call is now closed. The review of applications began on Monday 28 March 2022 and continued until the positions were filled.


Data Protection Policy

By registering/submitting application, you give your consent for processing the data as specified in the Privacy Statement for Application and Selection Procedures for EUI Post-Doctoral Programmes and in accordance with the EUI’s Data Protection Policy outlined in the EUI Data Protection Policy (Decision of the President No. 10 of 18 February 2019).

Requested Documents

  • Prepare your CV with a list of publications in PDF.
  • Prepare a letter of motivation (1-2 pages) in PDF, which describes your research, your academic trajectory, and your personal (professional and non-professional) circumstances following the war in Ukraine.
  • Prepare a research proposal (2-4 pages) in PDF.

Please use standard international fonts, do not use macros, special characters, password-protection, electronic signatures or logos.

Letters of References

  • Applicants should provide the names of two academic referees and ensure that the letters of reference are submitted online directly by the referees. We understand, however, that due to the exceptional circumstances, referees may have difficulties in submitting, and applications are accepted also without reference letters. References from current full-time or part-time EUI professors will not be accepted.

Your referees will be contacted and will be allowed to submit the reference only after you have completed and registered the first step of the online application form including the names and contact details of referees. In order to receive the references in time by the deadline, you should register the referee details as soon as possible . This is possible any time and you do not yet need to submit the final version of your application at that time.

When you register your referees' contact details in the online application form, an email requesting a reference on your behalf is automatically sent to the referees you have nominated. Nevertheless, it is your responsibility to contact referees directly to inform them of your request, to verify that they have received the email request. Please note that reference letters can be submitted by the registered referees even after you have submitted your application. Registered referees may also submit the reference letter via email, by contacting: [email protected].

Notes for Referees

Once the candidate has registered the details of their referees, each referee will receive an e-mail with access details for submitting their reference letter online.

  • References should be submitted as PDF files. Please use standard international fonts, do not use macros, special characters, password-protection, electronic signatures or logos.
  • Do not send a hard copy.
  • You may write in a language other than English, but English will guarantee the widest possible reading.
  • References from current full-time or part-time EUI professors will not be accepted.
  • If in doubt or if you prefer to submit your reference letter by email, please contact: [email protected].
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