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ESRC Senior Fellowships Europe in a Changing World

ESRC has announced a call for 12 month fellowships to explore the implications of changes in governance, policies and social and political attitudes within both the EU and the UK and effects on the UK-EU relationship in the following areas:

  • Foreign and security policy
  • Banking and financial services
  • Social policies
  • The impact of EU law

There are up to six awards with each up to £200,000 with a deadline of 10 September 2015 for a start date from January 2016. Please find more information through the link below: http://www.esrc.ac.uk/funding-and-guidance/funding-opportunities/34350/esrc-uk-in-a-changing-europe-senior-fellowships-round-2-(10-sept-2015).aspx

If you are planning to apply and would like support with the application please contact Daniel Wunderlich at School of Humanities and Social Science. 

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