It is addressed to Master’s students, doctoral students and senior researchers with an interest in conflict management in research and practise.
The CSMP aims at preparing students who want to pursue a career in relevant organisations and seeks to produce applicable knowledge in the area of conflict studies.
This special programme is intended for highly-qualified foreign Master’s and doctoral students as well as senior scientists.
The CSMP fellowships offer outstanding scientists and researchers the opportunity to conduct research with a focus on application at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy in Erfurt, Germany.
The fellows will have a teaching commitment at the Brandt School of generally 2 hours per week.
Furthermore, the CSMP scholarships offer excellent students the opportunity to obtain a Master’s degree or a doctorate within a specialised structured research and teaching programme.
Scholarship amounts range from 750 EUR to 2000 EUR and include: flat-rate travel allowance, health insurance, family allowances, tuition waiver, and 6 months German course.