Funding for Students
The Europaeum is planning to continue its study bursaries - one to support an Oxford graduate to pursue a short study programme at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, and one to support a Graduate Institute student to study at Oxford, during the coming academic year.
Appropriate programmes of study can include periods of specialist library or archive work; supervisions with desired tutors; taught programmes including specialist summer schools, or field work, including work with organisations based in and around Geneva or Oxford.
The Transatlantic Junior bursary, linked to the Europaeum, was launched in 2008, allowing a young research scholar to spend up to three weeks attached to the El Pomar Foundation in Colorado, followed by two weeks in Washington DC.
The first El Pomar - Europaeum TransAtlantic Junior Fellowship was awarded to Mateo Ballester Rodriguez, an assistant professor in Politics at the Compultense University, Madrid. He attended seminars, visits and meetings with senior political and defence advisers in Colorado before taking up an internship at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems in Washington, where he wrote in briefing on the Georgian Crisis.
For information on future fellowships, please check this site at a later date.
A record of scholarships linked to the Europaeum during the 1990s, which have now finished their cycles: