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Graduate Travel and Research Grants at University of Notre Dame, USA

The University of Notre Dame is offering graduate grants to support research on topics in European studies. Eligible projects will demonstrate relevance for contemporary European Studies and have clear bearing on the applicant’s academic and professional goals.

The funding could be used as seed money for exploratory research into the scope or viability of a project or to support additional research on an established project. In some cases, this funding might also be used to support the completion of conference papers or papers for publication.

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Applicants must be currently enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame and be in satisfactory academic standing with at least a 3.0 GPA. Applicants may apply at any stage of their program, from matriculation to degree completion. Grants are worth $6000.

Application Deadline: November 4, 2019

Brief Description

  • Study Subject(s): Grants are available for research on topics in European studies. Eligible projects will demonstrate relevance for contemporary European Studies and have clear bearing on the applicant’s academic and professional goals.
  • Course Level: Grants support graduate research program at the University of Notre Dame.
  • Programme Provider: University of Notre Dame
  • Open for International Students: Students of USA can apply for these graduate grants.
  • A number of awards: It offers multiple awards. The exact number of grants awarded will vary depending on the number of applications received, merit, and the number of available funds.
  • Duration of award(s): Funds are typically paid as a one-time sum.
  • Award can be taken at: USA

Eligibility:

Applicants must be currently enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame and be in satisfactory academic standing with at least a 3.0 GPA.

Applicants may apply at any stage of their program, from matriculation to degree completion, but students must not be enrolled beyond the degree completion limits set by the Graduate School: ten semesters for master’s degree students and sixteen semesters for doctoral students. Eligible projects will demonstrate relevance for contemporary European Studies and have a clear bearing on the applicant’s academic and professional goals.

How to Apply:

Please complete the online form and upload the materials as prompted. A complete application consists of the following distinct parts:
-a complete online application form
-current curriculum vitae
-a three- to the four-page project description
-a detailed budget statement
-two letters of recommendation

Benefits:

Grants are worth $6000. The funding could be used as seed money for exploratory research into the scope or viability of a project or to support additional research on an established project. In some cases, this funding might also be used to support the completion of conference papers or papers for publication.

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