Fellowship-Programme (3-10 months)

  • Bonn, Deutschland

    Arbeitsort

  • Fellowship, Full-time

    Job Level

  • Arbeitsbeginn : 01.04.2023

    Arbeitsbeginn

  • Bewerbungsfrist : 31.07.2022

    Bewerbungsschluss

Are you looking for time to concentrate fully on your research? Are you interested in exchanging ideas with other outstanding experts in the field of international politics? Are you doing work in a pressing field of international affairs?

The AIA NRW offers fellowships (buy-outs and stipends) for outstanding scholars and practitioners to spend time in an inspiring research environment in Bonn (Germany) to discuss pressing research questions in the field of international politics. Senior and junior scholars from all academic disciplines holding at least a doctoral degree and practitioners from diplomatic services, politics, media, business and civil society are invited to apply for:

Fellowships of the duration of three to ten months at the AIA NRW in Bonn.

Application is possible on two tracks:

• (A) Academic Track (for senior and junior scholars)

Applicants are expected to submit a letter of motivation and a proposal of their envisaged academic project at the AIA NRW (max. 6 pages), a CV and a list of publications and electronic copies of either three peer-reviewed journal publications or one individually authored book. Required components of the proposal are the guiding research questions, a brief summary of the state of research in the respective field and the expected added value of a stay in Bonn in the particular environment of AIA NRW. Further, a completed application form is requested (application form). Both individual applications and applications in tandem with other applicants are welcome.

• (B) Practitioner’s Track (for experts from diplomatic services, politics, media, business and civil society)

Applicants are expected to submit a letter of motivation and a description of their envisaged project at the AIA NRW (max. 6 pages), a CV and, if available, a list of publications and electronic copies of up to three publications. The proposal should detail the activities planned for the time spent at the Academy and the outputs aimed for. It should reflect on the expected added value of a stay in Bonn in the particular environment of AIA NRW. Further, a completed application form is requested (application form). Both individual applications and applications in tandem with other applicants are welcome.

Fellowships include a buy-out (compensation costs for the home university or institute) or a stipend, housing for the fellows and their families and coverage of travel expenses. Stipends are calculated on the basis of previous income. Fellows from low income countries receive a stipend based on German income in the comparable career stage.

This call is for fellow residencies in the period April 2023 through March 2024. Further information can be found here: www.aia-nrw.org/calls

The application must be submitted by 31 July 2022 to

The Executive Director of the Academy of International Affairs NRW 

Dr. Mayssoun Zein Al Din

application@aia-nrw.org

About AIA NRW

In times of global transformation, changes and new challenges, international action is required to secure the future of generations to come. The mission of the Academy of International Affairs (AIA NRW) is to play an active role in shaping these transformations. It invites the brightest minds from research, politics and civil society to discuss new paths forward and envision solutions for the future. At its core lies an international and interdisciplinary fellowship programme, which invites outstanding candidates to spend several months in Bonn, Germany. The AIA NRW is an independent and non-partisan fellowship institute fully funded by the Federal State of North-Rhine-Westphalia. It offers a perfect environment for study and mutual exchange. The city of Bonn is the headquarters for many key actors in academia, media, the United Nations and civil society. The AIA NRW aims to be partner and host to these actors.

Veröffentlicht am: 25.05.2022