In 2017 UACES is offering its members two different scholarship schemes. Applicants can only apply to one scheme.

The criteria for the schemes are different - so please read them carefully before applying.

UACES Scholarship Eligibility Criteria (4 scholarships available)

To be considered, your application must satisfy ALL of the eligibility criteria.

  • You must be a UACES member (Student or Individual) - please note that membership of the EuroResearch email list or the UACES Student Forum does not constitute membership of UACES;
  • Your research project must be in the 'Contemporary European Studies' subject area (we define 'Contemporary' as post-WW2, and 'European Studies', as typically, but not exclusively, an aspect of European Integration or related areas);
  • You must be a postgraduate student (typically a PhD student; possibly other postgraduate courses that have a very strong research component);
  • Scholarship funds must be used for field work that occurs between 1 February 2018 and 31 July 2018 (applications for trips outside of these dates will not be considered).

There is no restriction on nationality.

 

UACES and James Madison Charitable Trust Scholarship Eligibility Criteria (4 scholarships available)

To be considered, your application must satisfy ALL of the eligibility criteria.

  • You must be a UACES member (Student or Individual) - please note that membership of the EuroResearch email list does not constitute membership of UACES;
  • In keeping with the objectives of UACES and the James Madison Charitable Trust, your research project must incorporate the study of federal governance relating to Europe, however defined (eg EU, member states, other).
  • You must be a postgraduate student (typically a PhD student; possibly other postgraduate courses that have a very strong research component);
  • Scholarship funds must be used for field work that occurs between 1 February 2018 and 31 July 2018 (applications for trips outside of these dates will not be considered).

There is no restriction on nationality.