|Conducted By||Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute|
|Eligibility||Must have obtained doctorate degree more than five years prior to the start of the fellowship|
|Rewards||Maximum Reward of € 3000 per month - INR 2,33,607|
|Last Date of Application||October 25, 2020|
Jean Monnet Fellowship Summary:
Jean Monnet Fellowships are one-time fellowships offered to doctorate scholars who have received their Ph.D. Degree 5 years prior to the start of the fellowship as of 1st September 2019. The fellowship program is an initiative of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS), under the European University Institute to provide post-docs, a platform of excellent research amenities to continue further research and teaching. Up to 20 fellowships are offered every year. The main criteria for the fellowship are the quality and originality of the research proposal and the biodata of the applicants. Those candidates whose research proposal aspires one of the three central schemes are granted the fellowship. The center's main research schemes are:
- Governing Money and Regulating Markets
- Modern World Politics and Europe
- Integration, Governance, and Democracy
Jean Monnet Fellowship Quick Links:
- Jean Monnet Fellowship Eligibility Criteria
- Jean Monnet Fellowship Rewards/ Benefits
- Jean Monnet Fellowship Application Process
- Jean Monnet Fellowship Selection Process
- Jean Monnet Fellowship Contact Details
Jean Monnet Fellowship Eligibility Criteria:
Jean Monnet Fellowship is awarded meritorious doctorate candidates for them to continue their post-doctoral research and teaching. The detailed eligibility criteria are as mentioned:
- The Fellowship is open to candidates of all nationality.
- The candidates are required to have a research proposal that directly or indirectly is streamlined towards one of the center's main research schemes.
- Candidates are required to have received their Ph.D. degree at least 5 years prior to applying for the fellowship.
- Candidates must be familiar with the English Language and it is advisable to present their research proposal in English.
- Candidates whose applications were rejected previously are eligible to apply again.
- Candidates must produce two legitimate reference letters by persons in relevant positions.
- Candidates must be able to publish their research either as a Working Paper under the EUI or under a scientific journal.
Jean Monnet Fellowship Rewards:
Jean Monnet Fellows receive a vast number of rewards and benefits under the scheme. The detailed rewards and benefits, and their relevant information are as mentioned below:
- The fellowship is awarded for a tenure of one year.
- The candidate has to live in the area of Florence during the fellowship and pursue their research in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
- Fellows are granted € 2,500 per month.
- Maximum household allowance is € 300 per month with a partner whose allowance is less than €2000 per month.
- The fellows are also granted dependants allowance of € 200 per month for each dependent child.
- The fellowship is non-taxed by the institute.
- Maximum travel reimbursement of €1,200.
- Fellows can opt for EUI's private sickness and health insurance scheme at their own expense.
Jean Monnet Fellowship Application Process:
Interested candidates have to apply online for the fellowship. The detailed application process is mentioned below:
- Candidates are required to register for the application significantly early to have enough time in hand to fill in the form and submit it before the deadline 25th October 2019.
- Candidates are required to submit their CV (1-2 pages).
- Candidates are required to submit a "motivation letter".
- Candidates must submit a 2-4 pages research proposal.
- Two letters of references are required by persons in relevant positions.
Jean Monnet Fellowship Selection Process:
- Candidates are selected by the academic staff of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, [RSCAS], European University Institute.
- The nominations have to be approved by the Executive Committee of the EUI.
- Candidates are short-listed and informed online.
- A reserve list is created as well wherein students are called once a selected candidate fails to accept the fellowship.
Jean Monnet Fellowship Contact Details:
- Address: Badia Fiesolana via dei Roccettini, 9 50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) Italy
- Email: [email protected]