One goal of the Collegium is to encourage research in newly emerging disciplines and in new problem areas that we confront in the 21st Century. The Collegium wishes to promote strong interaction between scholars from various countries who belong to different academic cultures, and to encourage them to exploit the opportunity to meet scholars active in other branches of science, including the social sciences and the humanities, as well as the hard sciences. For this purpose, the Collegium offers younger scholars and researchers residential Junior Fellowships for Academic Year. Preferred areas of study include: European studies, communication and social networks, theoretical biology, theoretical finance, political economics, history, anthropology. The stipend consists of a lump sum (varying according to length of stay) plus travel costs. Applications must be submitted in English, German, or French.
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Funder: Collegium Budapest
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Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen