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Call for proposals M20 PhD Scholarship Programme 2022

30 March 2022

The Ubbo Emmius Fund invites scholars at the University of Groningen and UMCG to submit proposals for multidisciplinary projects that bolster the objectives of the UG Schools. The M20 PhD Scholarship Programme was first announced on 8 February and is entirely funded through a substantial donation by an anonymous donor.

In 2022, the programme provides funding for four (4) PhD scholarship positions for the following UG Schools:

  • The Wubbo Ockels School (energy transition and climate adaptation)
  • The Aletta Jacobs School of Public Health (healthy ageing)
  • The Jantina Tammes School (digital innovation, artificial intelligence, and technological development)
  • The Agricola School for Sustainable Development (governance, politics, and sustainable processes)

All information regarding the call (who can apply? what to apply for?), the application process, and other conditions are stipulated in the Call for Proposals and its appendices. After the applicant’s registration, the applications are to be submitted via the same portal.

The deadline for applications is Monday 18 April, 12 p.m.

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