Are you interested in applying for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie at Centre for Privacy Studies?
If you have a PhD and if you want to work on issues, sites or periods that are not directly associated with the eleven cases included in the PRIVACY research programme, you might want to apply for a Marie Curie scholarship in association with the Centre.
We are hosting a preparatory workshop at the end of May 2019. It is now closed for admissions.
There are no restrictions regarding the home country of the applicant as long she/he has not been living in Denmark for more than eleven months in the last three years of the application deadline.
If the scholarship applied for is a reintegration grant, the applicant must be an EU citizen.
Finally, there are no restrictions on the age of the PhD, when applying for a scholarship.
Fellowships are open to applicants from EU or associated countries, provided that the the applicant have not resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of their host organization (Denmark) for more than 12 months, in compliance with the European Commission's Mobility Rule.
Fore more information, please consult the Marie Curie webpage.
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