Since 2002, UACES has awarded 138 travel scholarships to postgraduate students from 33 different countries.
The scholarships are travel bursaries designed to provide mobility to existing postgraduate students so that they can undertake research in another country. The scholarships are NOT for students looking for funding to enrol in a postgraduate course.
You need to be a PhD Researcher Member of UACES (based in any country) in order to apply for a UACES scholarship.
For 2022, there are 4 UACES scholarships available for a fixed amount of 1,500 GBP to be awarded on a competitive basis to UACES members.
These scholarships are open to postgraduate students worldwide undertaking research in any area of contemporary European Studies.
UACES is committed to improving the diversity of those applying for and being awarded scholarships. As such, one scholarship will be reserved for a student who meets the above criteria and is:
from an ethnic minority background or from a traditionally under-represented group within European studies AND/OR
Is enrolled at a university in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central America or South America AND/OR
Is studying for a PhD in a discipline not traditionally associated with UACES (e.g. anthropology, cultural studies, philosophy)
UACES-James Madison Charitable Trust (JMCT) Scholarships
For 2022, there is 1 UACES-JMCT scholarships available for a fixed amount of 1,500 GBP to be awarded on a competitive basis to UACES members.
This scholarship is reserved for research projects that incorporate the study of federal governance relating to Europe, broadly conceived, in line with the objects of the JMCT (learn more here).