The SAHC Consortium is available to host outstanding third-country scholars (academics and/or professionals) who are interested in contributing to the Master Course programme and in strengthening academic partnerships with the SAHC Consortium.
The Advanced Masters in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions (SAHC) is a Joint European Master Programme on the conservation of architectural heritage structures, aiming at producing an international platform of competence
Interested third-country scholars may receive scholarships for teaching and research activities for a period ranging from two weeks to three months in the Consortium's institutions.
Unfortunately, no grants or financial assistance are available for European applicants.
Each scholar will receive a grant of 1200 Euro per week.
The scholarships, sponsored by European Commission under the scope of Eramus Mundus Programme, are available to outstanding scholars that have applied in due time, have an outstanding academic and/or professional experience and that are third-country citizens and residents.
Interested scholars in a scholarship for the academic year are invited to send an e-mail to the SAHC Secretariat enclosing a copy of their Curriculum Vitae together with a letter of intent describing the aims of the exchange, the research/teaching plan during the stay and preferred stay duration and location(s) among the four partner institutions.
For more scholarship information and application, see: Scholarships for Third-Country Scholars Website