Applications are now open for the fully funded UNESCO Research Scholarships 2018 in Germany. The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) will offer at least three CONFINTEA Research Scholarships for a period of one month each to researchers from UNESCO Member States and/or Associate Member States.Prospective scholars will be able to benefit from using UIL’s knowledge base and resources for their research in the area of lifelong learning with a focus on adult and continuing education, literacy, and non-formal basic education.
- UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL)
- One Month
Scholarship Value and Benefits:
- UIL will arrange and pay for health insurance, accommodation close to the Institute, and a return economy ticket to Hamburg, Germany, where the Institute is based.
- Additionally, scholars will receive a lump sum of €500 contributing to other costs incurred before, during and after their research stay at UIL (such as visa costs, transport, and daily subsistence).
- UIL will provide each scholar with a workstation and access to the considerable resources of its unique library. In addition, scholars will have a chance to exchange knowledge with other scholars, UIL staff and its external partners. They will work under the supervision of a UIL specialist, but they should also be prepared to work on their own initiative.
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- Open to researchers and education professionals from UNESCO Member States and/or Associate Member States
- UIL particularly welcomes applicants from the Global South.
- Researchers should work in the area of lifelong learning with a focus on adult education and continuing education, literacy and non-formal basic education.
- A covering letter
- A brief research proposal
- An up-to-date CV
How to Apply:
Interested candidates are asked to submit their application by 31 May 2018 to UIL Research Scholarship Coordinator Ms Lisa Krolak, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants are selected on the basis of their potential to produce:
- policy proposals;
- programme tools;
- articles; and
- research papers
- 31 May 2018