Norwegian Nobel Institute Research Fellowships

The Norwegian Nobel Institute runs a small research program on issues related to peace and war.

As part of that program the Institute awards a limited number of guest researcher fellowships.

Scholars of any nationality in history, political science, and international law are invited to apply.

Both Senior Fellowships for distinguished scholars with a substantial record of publication in her/his fields and General Fellowships for scholars in the earlier stages of their post-doctoral careers are available.

Scholarships Cover

Senior Fellowship is NOK 20,000 plus free housing worth approximately NOK 15,000 per month.

General Fellowship is NOK 16,000 plus free housing worth approximately NOK 15,000 per month.

The Institute also covers travel expenses (economy class), office equipment and the purchase of specific research materials for the Nobel Institute Library.

Fellows must be free to devote full time to study and writing and will be expected to spend most of their time at the Institute. Moreover, the Institute expects each fellow to take active part in research seminars and to present at least one original seminar paper during his/her stay.

Eligibility and Deadline

To qualify for a Nobel Institute Research Fellowship, a Ph.D. is a minimum requirement.

The program runs from February to June each year. Applications can be made from February to May each year.

To apply, please send your research project proposal together with a CV, a list of publications and two letters of recommendation.

The project proposal should be brief (normally, 3-4 pages are enough) and outline first of all the main questions that you want to address, as well as the methods, theories and empirical sources that you will use in addressing them.

The Norwegian Nobel Institute runs a small research program on issues related to peace and war.

As part of that program the Institute awards a limited number of guest researcher fellowships.

Scholars of any nationality in history, political science, and international law are invited to apply.

Both Senior Fellowships for distinguished scholars with a substantial record of publication in her/his fields and General Fellowships for scholars in the earlier stages of their post-doctoral careers are available.

Scholarships Cover

Senior Fellowship is NOK 20,000 plus free housing worth approximately NOK 15,000 per month.

General Fellowship is NOK 16,000 plus free housing worth approximately NOK 15,000 per month.

The Institute also covers travel expenses (economy class), office equipment and the purchase of specific research materials for the Nobel Institute Library. Fellows must be free to devote full time to study and writing and will be expected to spend most of their time at the Institute. Moreover, the Institute expects each fellow to take active part in research seminars and to present at least one original seminar paper during his/her stay.

Eligibility and Deadline

To qualify for a Nobel Institute Research Fellowship, a Ph.D. is a minimum requirement.

The program runs from February to June each year. Applications can be made from February to May each year.

To apply, please send your research project proposal together with a CV, a list of publications and two letters of recommendation.

The project proposal should be brief (normally, 3-4 pages are enough) and outline first of all the main questions that you want to address, as well as the methods, theories and empirical sources that you will use in addressing them.

It should also contain a few words about the relevance and potential importance of your project for the scholarly debate in your field of research.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Olav Njølstad, Research Director
The Norwegian Nobel Institute
Henrik Ibsens gate 51
0255 Oslo
NORWAY
Telephone 47-22 12 93 30
Fax 47-22 12 93 10
E-mail address: on[at]nobel.no
www.nobelpeaceprize.org

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