for Visiting Scholars
The Centre for EU-Russia Studies welcomes researchers based outside of Estonia who wish to visit the University of Tartu in order to:
- pursue research in a field that corresponds to the research interests of CEURUS;
- teach an intensive course on some aspect of EU-Russia relations;
- establish links with the University of Tartu and/or collaborate with scholars associated with CEURUS.
The following externally funded schemes for such short- and longer-term research stays on all levels of the academic career are currently available:
OSF Eurasia Program Fellowships (new application deadline 4 May 2017)
Marie Curie Fellowships (for both EU and non-EU citizens)
Visiting PhD Students
The citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan are eligible for a five-month OSF Eurasia Programme Fellowship at CEURUS. The calls open twice a year, check the CEURUS News for the latest call.
For a list of current and past visiting scholars at CEURUS, see here