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Fellowships for doctoral programmes at EUI in Florence

In cooperation with the Research Council of Norway, the European University Institute (EUI) is offering a total of four doctoral fellowships to Norwegian candidates in the fields of History and Civilisation, Law, Political and Social Sciences and Economics.

See the individual calls for proposals for information about application form.

Deadline:
31.01.2018 23:59 CET

Messages:

See the text of the call for information about the application form on the EUI website.

Status:

Closed

Guidelines and important considerations relevant to all types of applications in this call for proposals:

The Norwegian-language call for proposals is the legally binding version.

The European University Institute (EUI) in Florence has doctoral programmes in History and Civilisation, Law, Political and Social Sciences, and Economics.

The EUI will accept up to four new doctoral fellows from Norway for admission in autumn 2018.

Candidates who are admitted to the EUI will receive a three-year doctoral fellowship from the Research Council. They will also receive a supplementary grant (corresponding to the amount for an Overseas Research Grant) to cover documented added costs of settling in associated with the first year of study.

EUI doctoral fellows may apply directly to the EUI for funding for a fourth year, provided that satisfactory progress has been made on the doctoral thesis. If the EUI awards a grant for a fourth year, doctoral fellows who have received funding from the Research Council for the first three years may apply to the Research Council for a supplementary grant (corresponding to the amount for an Overseas Research Grant) for the fourth year.

Application form and more information

Applications must be submitted to EUI via EUI’s online application form. The application to the EUI automatically serves as an application to the Research Council for a doctoral fellowship. The application form will be made available on the EUI website beginning on 2 November 2017, along with more information about application requirements and other conditions.

For more information please see the EUI website.

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