The European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies invite applications for the Jean Monnet postdoctoral fellowships.

These enable postdoctoral researchers, tenure track academics and other scholars taking a sabbatical to spend a year as fellows at the Robert Schuman Centre in Florence. The three main research themes of the centre are:

  • integration, governance and democracy;
  • regulating markets and governing money;
  • 21st century world politics and Europe.

The fellowships are open to candidates who have obtained their doctorate more than five years prior to the start of the fellowship. Candidates of any nationality may apply. Fellows are expected to participate in the activities of the centre. The research conducted during the fellowship should lead to a publication. Fellows must live in Florence for the duration of their fellowship.

Up to 20 fellowships are available, each worth a monthly stipend of €2,500 as well as travel reimbursement of up to €1,200 over one year. The grant also includes family allowances of €300 per month and dependants allowance of €200 for each child per month.

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