European University Institute International Visegrad Fund Research Grant Programme, 2021-22
European University Institute International Visegrad Fund Research Grant Programme, 2021-22 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows Research level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at The European University Institute (EUI) . The deadline of the scholarship is 31 Oct 2021.
European University Institute International Visegrad Fund Research Grant Programme, 2021-22 is available to undertake Research level programs at The European University Institute (EUI).
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
The grant will be paid in two installments:
- the first installment of EUR 2,000 at the start of the research, as attested by the Director of the HAEU;
- the second installment of EUR 3,000 after the research results have been published by the grant holder and once the grant holder has informed the Director of the HAEU on the publication. The results must be published within 30 months after the grant has been attributed.
The publication shall be issued at the latest 36 months since the grant has been attributed.
The selection of candidates is organized by the HAEU in consideration of the quality of the application file, the significance and originality of the proposed research, the feasibility of the project, the candidate’s ability to carry out the research, and the importance of using primary sources at the HAEU. The selection is based on equal treatment of applicants, i.e., without any discriminatory practices mainly due to nationality (ethnic origin), race, colour, religion or other beliefs, age, disability, sexual orientation and gender of the applicants.
Applications must be sent by e-mail to the Historical Archives of the European Union at [email protected]. Confirmation that an application has been received will be sent by e-mail within one week.
Applications and supporting documents must be submitted in either English or French. The research itself and subsequent publications may be in the language chosen by the grant holder.
Complete application files should include:
- a detailed presentation of the research proposal, including a description of the research subject, its academic significance and its contribution to research in the field, any previous academic work performed in the field of study, and the proposed research methodology and timetable (five pages maximum);
- a detailed annotated bibliography of sources and studies related to the research (five pages maximum);
- a justification of the need to use the HAEU archival holdings in Florence;
- a statement of the applicant’s plans for scholarly publication of the research results;
- a list of the applicant’s previous publications (no more than 10, including the most recent);
- a letter of recommendation from a professor of a university or university-level research institute, providing an evaluation of the scholarly significance of the project and an assessment of the candidate’s qualifications, abilities and motivation to carry out the proposed research.