Candidates must hold a PhD and have a full time tenure-track or tenured position in an academic institution in Africa, Asia, or Latin America.
Their teaching and research activities and interests must fit with the Institute’s disciplines and fields of expertise (international affairs, development studies, development economics, sociology and anthropology of development, international economics, international relations, international law, international history and politics).
Special consideration will be given to individuals with an interest in international governance and/or research on international organisations in Geneva to join the Institute's Programme for the Study of International Governance.
Applications are now closed for Residence in the Fall Semester 2013.
Next application deadlines:
- 1st of October 2013 for Residence in the Spring Semester 2014 (mid-February to the end of May)
- 1st of March 2014 for Residence in the Fall Semester 2014 (mid-September to the end of January)
- Application should include:
- The completed application form: click here to download the form
- A letter of motivation stating the reasons for the application, the preferred semester and the Institute's discipline or area of expertise in which the candidate is interested;
- A work plan detailing the proposed activities to be completed during the candidate’s time at the Institute (update of teaching curriculum, research project, etc.);
- A curriculum vitae and a list of publications;
- Two letters of recommendation.
- Mandatory duration of the stay at the Institute: one academic semester (3 months minimum - 5 months maximum)
- Application must be sent preferably by e-mail and in PDF format at firstname.lastname@example.org
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