Vacancy: 50-60 Max Weber Post-doctoral Fellowships
Applications are now open for the 2018/19 entry to the Max Weber Post-doctoral Programme at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy.
Amongst the largest, most prestigious, innovative and successful post doctoral programmes in the historical and social sciences, the Max Weber Programme is located in an exceptionally beautiful setting with truly outstanding research and training facilities. A multidisciplinary programme, we offer between 50-60 fully funded post doctoral fellowships to applicants from anywhere in the world in the fields of economics, history, law and social and political sciences. All areas and types of research within these fields are considered.
Applicants must be within 5 years of the award of their PhD. Preference is given to those who have recently completed a doctorate, not had a postdoctoral position before and/or are on the job market. Last year 98% of Fellows found an academic position on completing the Fellowship.
In addition to the scholarships funded by the Max Weber programme itself, there are additional grants available that are funded by governments/foundations in Australia, Japan, Finland and Greece, to which nationals of these countries (and in some cases residents in these countries) may also apply. Suitable applicants of any nationality may also apply for a second year at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (IHEID).
To find out more about the programme, the training it offers and its multidisciplinary character, as well as how to apply, go to
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Up to 20 Jean Monnet Fellowships at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies
The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies offers Jean Monnet Fellowships for the academic year 2018/19 for scholars who have obtained their doctorate more than 5 years prior to the start of the fellowship, i.e. before 1 September 2013. The Fellowship programme is open to post-docs, tenure track academics and those wishing to spend their sabbatical at the Robert Schuman Centre, a lively and creative academic community at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy.
Jean Monnet Fellows are selected on the basis of a research proposal and of their CV. The research proposal should fit well with one of the Centre’s main research themes, programmes and projects. The three main research themes of the RSCAS are:
- Integration, Governance and Democracy;
- Regulating Markets and Governing Money; and
- 21st Century World Politics and Europe.
More information about the Centre’s research programmes and projects and about the Jean Monnet Fellowships can be found on the RSCAS web site:
Deadline for applications: 25 October 2017