Target group: Master’s degree, PhD degree
Field of study: Architecture and town planning, Arts and Humanities, Business administration and management, Communication, Education and Teacher Training, Engineering, Environmental Science, Fine and applied arts, Law, Mathematics and computer science, Medical and health sciences, Natural sciences, Service, Tourism and Leisure, Social and behavioural sciences, Transport and communications
Eligible candidates: Candidates should hold a doctorate or at least a Master’s degree. They start their Canon Fellowship within the ten-year period following the successful completion of their Ph.D or MA degree. Extensions to the ten-year rule are possible in principle in case of exceptional circumstances which should be explained in the application and supporting documents are required. Non-nationals have to have a permanent citizenship in either Europe or Japan
Value and purpose of grant: € 22.500 to € 27.500 per year and pro-rata for different periods.
Grant award period: minimum 3 months and maximum one year.
Closing date: 15th September of each year
Grant provider: Canon Foundation in Europe
Send applications to:
Secretariat of the Canon Foundation in Europe
P.O. Box 2262 1180
For post sent by courier:
1185 XB Amstelveen
Applications must include: Canon Foundation Fellowships may be applied for only after agreement on co-operation and a research plan has been concluded between the guest researcher and the future host institution. For more information on the selection criteria and application procedures per faculty, please visit the website or write an email to email@example.com.
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Last update: 08 January 2013