Write your (R)MA thesis, PhD proposal or conduct postdoctoral research in Rome
The Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR) provides scholarships to early career scholars who can benefit from a research stay in the academic hub of Rome. Rome’s many international research institutes, museums and libraries offer a vibrant academic climate for especially Archaeology, Classics, Art History, History, Anthropology, Political Science, Museology and Heritage studies – and the Humanities and Social Sciences at large. KNIR fellowship holders form an interdisciplinary, close-knit community, engaging in field and lab work, debates, workshops and excursions.
Scholarships are open to (R)MA students, (prospective) PhD students and postdocs from one of the six Dutch universities represented in the Board of the KNIR: RUG, RUN, UU, UvA, VU and UL. Depending on the career stage and plan, the KNIR facilitates research stays from 2 up to 20 weeks.
Applications are assessed twice a year, in May and November. The deadline of the following scholarship scheme (for stays between September – December 2021) is 15 May 2021.
More information about the different scholarships and grants, and how to apply at www.knir.it/en/studiebeurzen/