THE APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR ERASMUS MUNDUS VISITING SCHOLARS FOR THE 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR HAS NOT BEEN UPDATED YET. PLEASE CHECK BACK LATER.
The consortium has open visiting scholar positions for 2018-2019 for 2-8 weeks visiting scholar periods spent at one of the consortium institutions. Applicants must have a PhD degree and have academic teaching and/or policy related practitioner experience. The consortium welcomes applications from candidates who can offer short (e.g. 1 day) workshops focusing on transferable skills relevant to policy studies masters students. Alternatively or in addition, visiting scholars are expected to contribute to running courses and/or giving public lectures and/or participate in research seminars and/or provide thesis supervision support at the host institutions. Scholars may also use the opportunity to make progress with their own research and broadening their scholarly network.
Visiting scholars are also asked to take part in the promotion of Mundus MAPP upon completion of their scholarship.
Application deadline: April 1, 2018
Decisions will be made by mid-May, 2018
In case the consortium is unable to fill in its visiting scholar positions a second deadline may be announced later.
List of documents to be submitted
- Filled out application form
- Recent CV including a list of publications and taught courses;
- Two samples of your recent publications;
- Transferable skills workshop plan including learning outcomes (optional)
- Two letters of reference (including name, affiliation and contacts for the reference persons): must be sent by the referees to the program directly.
All the documents must be submitted via email to mundusmapp [at] ceu [dot] edu.
Further information and informal inquiries
Additional information can be obtained from Professor Agnes Batory, Mundus MAPP Program Director based at Central European University, or the representatives of the other Consortium institutions. Personal contact forms are available under The Consortium section of our website.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.