Fellowships and Grants for Graduate Students
The JIGES Fellowships and Grants for Graduate Students are granted on a competitive basis to full-time University of Toronto graduate students whose research has either a substantial German content or is comparative, drawing its subject matter from two or more European countries, one of which must be Germany. Priority is given to students who need to conduct research in Germany.
GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS: Value: up to $8,500.
Funding Opportunities Elsewhere
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers a program of fellowships to support significant research and writing about the Holocaust.
Please visit their web site for up to date information about applications and deadlines.
Council for European Studies, Columbia University
The Council for European Studies offers fellowship programs
to doctoral candidates to support their first major research project
in Europe. For more information please send email to email@example.com
or visit CES website
Fellowships, Prizes and Programs at the German Historical Institute
For more information please visit GHI website
For up to date information on DAAD scholarships
Marie Curie Training Fellowships
The Centre of International Studies (CIS) at the University of Cambridge was nominated in 2004 by the European Commission to act as a Host Institution for Marie Curie Early Stage Research Training Fellowships under the framework of the 'Cambridge Programme for International Research on Europe' (CAPIRE).
As a result, the CIS is offering a number of fully funded
a.. Junior Fellowships (1 year MPhil studentship)
CAPIRE is a programme for advanced research training in Contemporary European Studies with a specific focus on the European Union's External Relations; commercial, legal, diplomatic and security-related policies, their formulation, execution and their democratic accountability.
The aim of CAPIRE is to enable a small group of promising early-stage researchers to participate in an intensive training programme with a view to developing a long-term research career in the field of European Studies.
For further details, please write Mrs Wendy Slaninka to request a current prospectus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marie Curie Incoming International Fellowships
Marie Curie Incoming International Fellowships are individual fellowships that aim to attract top-class researchers from third countries to work and undertake research training in Europe from 1 to 2 years (incoming phase), with a view to developing mutually-beneficial research co-operation. In the case of emerging and transition economies and developing countries, the scheme may assist fellows to return to their country of origin for, typically, half the duration of the first phase (re-integration phase). Proposals from all areas of scientific and technological research of interest to the European Community are accepted and there are no pre-defined priority areas. More infomrtaion here.
The Heinrich Boell Foundation
The Foundation grants scholarships to approximately 1,000 undergraduates, graduates, and doctoral students of all subjects and nationalities per year, who are pursuing their degree at universities, universities of applied sciences (‘Fachhochschulen’), or universities of the arts (‘Kunsthochschulen’). The Foundation expects scholarship recipients to have excellent academic records, to be socially and politically engaged, and to have an active interest in the basic values of the foundation: ecology and sustainability, democracy and human rights, self determination and justice. Further information on these scholarships can be found here.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 fellowship competition. The Center awards fellowships to support significant research and writing about the Holocaust and welcomes proposals from scholars in all relevant disciplines, including history, political science, literature, Jewish studies, philosophy, religion, psychology, comparative genocide studies, law, and others. Fellowships are awarded to candidates working on their dissertations (ABD), postdoctoral researchers, and senior scholars. A principle focus of the program is to ensure the development of a new generation of Holocaust scholars. To this end, scholars early in their careers are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants must be affiliated with an academic and/or research institution; immediate post-docs and faculty between appointments will also be considered. The specific fellowship and the length of the award are at the Center's discretion. Individual awards generally range up to nine consecutive months of residency; a minimum of three consecutive months is required and no exceptions will be allowed. Fellowships of five months or longer have proven most effective. Stipends range up to $3,500 per month for the purpose of defraying local housing and other miscellaneous living expenses. Residents of the Washington, DC- metropolitan area receive a reduced stipend of $1,750 per month.All applications must be submitted in English via an online application process. For complete fellowship competition guidelines and/or to submit an application, please click here
Fellowship applications and supporting materials must be received by November 30, 2012. Decisions will be announced in March 2012. Please e-mail inquiries to email@example.com or call 202.314.7829