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PhD study in the United States and Canada

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Deadline: October 22, 2010

Educational Advising Center, the Network Scholarship Programs department (NSP) of the Open Society Institute (OSI) is pleased to announce its newest initiative, the NSP Doctoral Fellows Program for Moldova and Tajikistan. The Program is designed to provide the highest research & teaching qualifications to individuals positioned to become leading scholars in their disciplines. Upon completion of the degree, fellows are expected to return home to continue or begin academic careers. It is hoped that the fellowship experience will inspire participants to play an active role in the revitalization and reform of scholarship in the social sciences and humanities, in both teaching and research.

Up to 12 awards will be offered annually for study in the United States or Canada. Grantees can receive full support for up to 4 years of full-time study. Fellowships are intended to promote and assist promising new academic talent with an eye to creating leading scholars in: political science, international relations, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, economics, history, social work, and public health.

Submit one original and two copies of your FULL application with all additional documents (except for letters of recommendation). Only in this case your application will be considered complete.

For more information and application instructions please consult the Educational Advising Center.

Documents

More information (*.doc)

Application form (*.doc)

Recommendation (*.doc)

Guidance notes (*.pdf)

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