Black Sea Link Fellowship Program at New Europe College, Romania

Research Fellowships in Humanities and Social Sciences for Young and Talented Scholars from Black Sea Region, particularly from Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan at New Europe College, Romania 2012

Study Subject(s):Humanities and Social Sciences
Course Level:Research Fellowship
Scholarship Provider: VolkswagenStiftung Hannover (Germany)
Scholarship can be taken at: Romania

-Applicants must be doctoral students or hold a PhD title.
-Preference is given to candidates below the age of 40.
-A good command of English, French or German is necessary

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Black Sea Region, particularly from Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan

Scholarship Description: The Black Sea Link program offers research fellowships for young, highly talented scholars in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Candidates from the Black Sea Region, particularly from Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, are welcome to apply with projects on topics of their choice, for in-residence fellowships at the New Europe College in Bucharest, Romania, an Institute for Advanced Study of international reputation and an important meeting place for scholars from East and West. The Black Sea Link program is carried out in cooperation with the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. It is sponsored by the VolkswagenStiftung Hannover (Germany). The host institution New Europe College (NEC) supports scholars (“fellows”) by providing excellent conditions for their research and by establishing a strong and fruitful network among academics in the country and beyond. The institute has acquired a unique position in the region and has mean¬while established itself as research center of international reputation. Black Sea Link fellows are invited to be in residence, together with other NEC fellows, to work on projects of their individual choice. Projects need not be connected to the Black Sea region, but may address any innovative and stimulating research question within the humanities or social sciences. Fellows are expected to take part in the weekly seminar at the institute together with the other scholars present at NEC. They also have the opportunity to profit from the NEC’s widespread international networks and its high-quality guest lecturers program. The institute’s working languages, besides Romanian, are English, French, and German; a good command of English is desirable. Fellows are assisted in all practical matters concerning travel, residence, and research in Bucharest. Toward the end of their stay, they are required to summarize their research outcomes in a scholarly article (in English, French, or German). Fellows are granted a monthly stipend of 650 € plus accommodation and traveling expenses. In addition to their residence period in Bucharest, they are offered a one-month research trip abroad to an institution of their choice, for which they receive a lump sum of 2,600 €. They also have the opportunity to order special research literature (book allowance

How to Apply: Email
Scholarship Application Deadline: 15 January, 2012
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