Jean Monnet Fellowships for researchers affected by the war in Ukraine
March 22, 2022

Jean Monnet Fellowships for researchers affected by the war in Ukraine

The Robert Schuman Centre (RSC) at the European University Institute (EUI) has launched a call for applications for up to three fellowships for post-doctoral researchers of any nationality who are directly affected by the war in Ukraine. Applications are open to candidates who live in Ukraine, have been displaced or cannot return to Ukraine because of the war, or who are directly affected for other reasons that can be specified in the application.

The fellowships can be awarded to scholars who have obtained their doctorate more than 5 years prior to the start of the fellowship. Furthermore, the applicant should work in the fields covered by the European University Institute, namely economics, law, history, political and social sciences, or related fields. 

Jean Monnet Fellows are based at the RSC and associated with one of the Centre’s projects and programmes. They are expected to actively participate in the academic life of the Centre and to contribute to the activities of the project or programme they are associated with. They can take part in the activities of the EUI postdoctoral programme and are encouraged to collaborate with PhD students, other postdocs and EUI academic staff.

The three main research themes of the RSC are:

  • Integration, Governance and Democracy;
  • Regulating Markets and Governing Money; and
  • 21st Century World Politics and Europe.


March 28, 2022


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