The Konrad Adenauer Visiting Scholarship on Transatlantic Relations is a joint initiative by the Centre for European Studies (CES) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), Ottawa Office. It supports a visiting scholarship at Carleton University for the academic year 2023-2024.
The Visiting Scholarship aims to support talented students who hold a doctoral degree in a relevant discipline (including, but not limited to, Political Science, Law, Economics, etc.) at Carleton University in Canada.
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Why study at Carleton University? Carleton University offers a diverse range of academic programs across a variety of disciplines, from science and engineering to business, social sciences, and humanities. Students can choose from over 100 undergraduate programs and more than 50 graduate programs, allowing them to find a course of study that matches their interests and career goals.
Application Deadline: 14 April 2023.
- University or Organization: Carleton University
- Department: Centre for European Studies and Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (EURUS)
- Course Level: Visiting Scholar program
- Award: Stipend to cover travel and accommodation expenses, as well as a fee for teaching
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: NA
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in Canada
- Eligible Countries: All nationalities
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The scholarship will be awarded for visiting program
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- Applicants must have demonstrated research expertise in transatlantic relations
- Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in a relevant discipline (including, but not limited to, Political Science, Law, Economics, etc.)
- They have a record of publications and university teaching
- Applicants must be able to teach one MA-level seminar at Carleton University on a topic in transatlantic relations.
- Applicants must be able to give one lecture on the topic of their research, which will be presented in a public event co-hosted by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
- Applicants must be able to participate in other activities during their four-month stay in Ottawa, such as research activities, consultations with policy practitioners, guest lectures at other universities, etc.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To apply for the Konrad Adenauer Visiting Scholarship on Transatlantic Relations at Carleton University, please follow these steps:
- Prepare the following documents.
- Send application materials as attachments in a single email to CanadaEU-at-carleton.ca with the title line “Adenauer Visiting Scholar, NAME” by Friday, April 14, 2023.
- For further information or questions, contact Prof. Achim Hurrelmann, Co-Director, of the Centre for European Studies, at hurrelmann-at-carleton.ca
- Supporting Documents: Students should include the following documents:
- A letter of application, explaining the applicant’s interest in the position
- A curriculum vitae, including a list of scholarly publications and teaching experience
- A brief outline (maximum 200 words) of the proposed course
- A copy of a recent publication on a topic relating to transatlantic relations.
- Admission Requirements: To apply, applicants must hold a doctoral degree in a relevant discipline (including, but not limited to, Political Science, Law, Economics, etc.).
- Language Requirement: Students must be proficient in English language proficiency.
The selected candidate will receive a stipend to cover travel and accommodation expenses, as well as a fee for teaching. The Centre for European Studies will provide advice to the visitor on finding appropriate accommodation in Ottawa and managing other logistical challenges of the stay.