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PhD Student Position in Computational Linguistics at Ghent University in Belgium, 2019

In the context of a research infrastructure project, a scholarship is offered for a PhD student in the LT3 Language and Translation Technology Team at the Ghent University Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication. The successful applicant will participate in a multidisciplinary research collaboration between UGent and UHasselt (Expertise Centre for Digital Media). Ghent University …

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Russian Scholarship Projects, 2019

“Global Universities” Association in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation offers Open Doors Russian Scholarship for International Students. The scholarship is available on the basis of competition to pursue a master degree. The Open Doors Academic Competition (Olympiad) is an international project that grants you an opportunity to enrol …

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PhD Fellowship in Descriptive and Contrastive Linguistics at University of Leuven in Belgium, 2018

The University of Leuven is inviting applications for a fully-funded four-year PhD fellowship in descriptive and contrastive linguistics (English-French), starting in October or November 2018 at the Department of Linguistics. The aim of this doctoral project is to compare clefts and their mono-clausal counterparts (so-called “reduced clefts”) in English and French. The KU Leuven is …

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European Union Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (IF) for Worldwide Researchers, 2018

­Applications are invited for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (IF): European Fellowships (EFs) and Global Fellowships (GFs) for experienced researchers. This fellowship is for experienced researchers from across the world (including India). This fellowship help experienced researchers to advance their careers and gain new skills through advanced training, international mobility, and optional intersectoral secondments. European Fellowships …

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