DEADLINE: February 15 at 11:59 pm
The Center for European Studies and Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies are offering grants of $5,000 to doctoral candidates working on contemporary or historical issues relating to Europe. The grant aims to foster projects that are about Europe, and that address transnational or pan-European topics in a substantive way. Student grantees will conduct research leading to the writing of a paper on a relevant topic of their choosing.
It is expected that during the spring/summer term the grantees, in consultation with their faculty advisor(s), will devote twelve weeks of full-time work on their projects. Grants will not be considered for students graduating in the current Winter and Summer Terms.
Note: The Jean Monnet Graduate Fellowship application is submitted using the online application used for several International Institute student fellowships.
- Application form (currently closed)
- A letter of recommendation from a U-M faculty member, preferably the student’s advisor (requested via the online application).
- A 2-3 page proposal describing the project the applicant intends to carry out, including its topic, aims, method, and anticipated scholarly contribution. The proposal should also indicate the period in which the applicant will be conducting full-time work on the project.
- A current transcript.
- A current CV.
Reporting: A written project report will be required at the conclusion of the grant.
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