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PhD Fellowship fundamental research

Details

Deadline
Research Field
Formal sciences
Humanities
Natural sciences
Professions and applied sciences
Social sciences
Funding Type
Funding
Career Stage
22
European Research Programme
Not funded by an EU programme

About

Outline

A PhD Fellowship fundamental research allows young researchers to prepare a PhD, and to develop into independent scientists with a critical mindset. Fundamental research in the context of a PhD fellowship stands for challenging and innovative research (at PhD level).

What is funded

  • Net monthly scholarship amount:  minimum € 2,075.90
  • Fixed bench fee:  € 3,720 per year

Duration

Period: 2 years, renewable once, for two more years

Eligibility

  • For more details on the eligibility criteria, consult the regulations PhD fellowship fundamental research.
  • You are affiliated to a university in the Flemish Community, to the Evangelic Protestant Faculty in Leuven or the Faculty for Protestant Theology in Brussels
  • At the start of the fellowship, candidates must be holder of a diploma at least equivalent to a master's degree following a bachelor's degree and awarded by the competent institutions in one of the countries of the European Economic Area or Switzerland*.

*You can have your certificate, awarded outside EEA and Switzerland, recognized by NARIC, as being equivalent to a specific Flemish master degree.

*For this call, for diplomas awarded in the UK, the same conditions apply as for diplomas awarded in the EEA and Switzerland.

  • The master degree or equivalent diploma must have been obtained not earlier than 3 years before the closing date of the call.
  • On 1 March 2021 (application submission deadline) you have 18 months scientific seniority at most.

Organisation

Organisation name
Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO)
Organisation Country
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