Who can apply
The Visiting Fellowship Programme is designed for researchers at various stages in their careers – from doctoral and early career to more established researchers:
Florence-Geneva Postdoctoral Fellowship: PhD graduates in law or the social sciences who are within five years of completing their degree, from anywhere in the world (regardless of nationality and including non-EU citizens). Preference is given to applicants who have completed their doctorate within the last three years, and who do not hold a tenured or a tenure-track position in a university. More information here.
Senior Fellows in Residence: UN and EU staff members nominated by their organisation (United Nations Fellowship, European Union Fellowship), staff members from international organisations
Visiting Fellow: post-doctoral students, researchers or professors from other universities working in one of the Institute’s disciplines or areas of specialisation
Junior Visiting Fellow: doctoral students with an independent research project