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Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies - Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Fellowships for postdoctoral researchers affected by the war in Ukraine

In order to provide support for scholars affected by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the Max Weber Programme and the Robert Schuman Centre welcome applications for a one-year fellowship as well as up to three Jean Monnet fellowships for postdoctoral researchers in the social sciences and humanities.

17 March 2022

The Max Weber postdoctoral fellowship:

The Max Weber Programme (MWP) at the European University Institute (EUI) welcomes applications for a postdoctoral fellowship for an early stage researcher of any nationality who is directly affected by the war in Ukraine.

Fellowships will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Early stage researcher who is within five years of the award of the PhD;
  • Or those who have completed the work required toward the PhD (“all-but-defended”) when starting the fellowship;
  • Applicants should work in the fields of economics, law, history, political and social sciences, or related field.

Grant provided: 2020 EUR per month.

Please note that the call for applications to this fellowship opportunity is now closed. 

The Jean Monnet postdoctoral fellowship:

The Robert Schuman Centre (RSC) at the European University Institute (EUI) welcomes applications for up to three fellowships for postdoctoral researchers of any nationality who are directly affected by the war in Ukraine.

Fellowships will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Scholars who have obtained their doctorate more than five years prior to the start of the fellowship;
  • Applicants should work in the fields of economics, law, history, political and social sciences, or related field.

Application reviews will begin on: Monday, 28 March 2022 until the positions have been filled.

See more details on how to apply.

Last update: 16 April 2022

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