Call for Applications

LSE-Miguel Dols Fellows for Summer term 2023

Application process is open until 15 February 2023

The Cañada Blanch Centre LSE will welcome applications to the Miguel Dols Fellows Scheme.

The Centre will invite two or three academics (both early-career and PhD researchers, as well as more established academics) conducting research on any of the topics on the remits of the Centre.

2023 ST Fellows Application

Preference will be given to topics that tackle, among others, issues such as sustainable development; climate change; the rise of inequalities; demographic change and migration; innovation, technology and productivity; the state of democracy, governance and government; the challenges of European integration; education and employment; health challenges; or the gender and ethnic gaps. Preference will also be given to those projects that relate to Spain and the UK simultaneously.

This Scheme will take place during the LSE’s Summer term (Tuesday 2 May – Friday 16 June 2023) at the Cañada-Blanch Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science (London). The LSE-Miguel Dols Fellows Scheme will grant access to LSE facilities and research resources, but will not provide funding for the Fellows. Fellows will rely on funding from their home institutions or their own resources.

Those interested, please send a CV and an abstract of your research of no more than 600 words. The deadline for all applicants is 15 February 2023. There will be a maximum of three available positions for the LSE-Miguel Dols Fellows Scheme.

More info here.

 

Key facts

  • Deadline: 15 February 2023
  • Number of posts: 2/3
  • Application submission:
    • CV
    • Research abstract (up to 600 words)

Submit to: v.perez-sanchez@lse.ac.uk with the subject 'Fellows Application'

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