GSSR International Mobility Award (GIMA): Call for Applications
We invite GSSR PhD students in years 1 to 4 and in good academic standing to apply for the GSSR International Mobility Award (GIMA). Thanks to NAWA STER funding, for this Call we can award up to six international mobility fellowships for research visits at Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) abroad.
The duration of the GIMA-funded research visit abroad is usually from 1 month to 3 months. Awarded students receive 12000 PLN/month netto for covering the costs of living abroad, and between 3000 – 5000 PLN netto (depending on the host country’s location) for international travel. These amounts cumulate with the student’s monthly doctoral stipend (e.g., the legally mandated PhD stipend, the Preludium Bis scholarship, or GISA).
For details, including eligibility requirements and the application process, please see the attached Call. Applications must be submitted electronically to Dr. John Fells (firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 14, 2023.
ERASMUS+ Mobility Grants
Study Visit Abroad Travel Grants for PhD students in Sociology/Philosophy
Call for Applications
Within the EU Erasmus+ mobility framework, GSSR invites students in the first second or third year
pursuing their PhD in Philosophy or Sociology, to apply for funding toward covering the costs of
participation in a Study Visit abroad. The purpose of the Study Visit is to strengthen your doctoral
dissertation research, for example by opening access to new research methodology and
developments in theory relevant to your research, or by working with a faculty abroad with expertise
in your field of study, among others.
Grants will be awarded on competitive basis for stays lasting from five days to up to two months,
excluding travel days. Funds can be used toward covering travel expenses, visa and living costs while
The deadline for Applications is October 31, 2023.
For more information see here.
GSSR NGO Specialization – Intersectoral Mobility Award (NGO Specialization – GIMA) Ireland
We invite GSSR PhD students in good academic standing and accepted to the School under the 2018 Law of Higher Education to apply for the GSSR NGO Specialization – Intersectoral Mobility Award (NGO Specialization – GIMA) Ireland. Taking the course Specialization in Bridging Academic and NGO Research is a prerequisite for this intersectoral mobility award. To be eligible, you can take the course now (Semester 2, 2022/23) or in the academic year 2023/2024.
Thanks to NAWA STER funding, for this Call we can award up to three international mobility fellowships for internships at NGOs in Ireland and doing research at a HEI library in Ireland. The duration of the NGO Specialization-GIMA is from 1 month to 3 months. Awarded students receive 12000 PLN/month netto for covering the costs of living abroad, and between 3000 – 5000 PLN (depending on the host country’s location) for international travel (fellows must use economy travel).
For details, including eligibility requirements and the application process, please see here.
Applications must be submitted electronically to Dr. John Fells (email@example.com) by May 22, 2023.
GSSR Call for a NAWA STER Seed Grant: Marie Curie Doctoral Networks Proposals
GSSR seeks proposals from GSSR faculty for a project to be written and submitted to the 2023 Marie Curie MSCA Doctoral Networks funding scheme aiming to create an international consortium awarding Joint Doctorates. The Seed Grant application can be prepared by one or a team of GSSR faculty. Thanks to the NAWA STER grant, GSSR can award 11,000 PLN brutto for the preparation and submission of one 2023 Marie Curie MSCA Doctoral Networks application.
The deadline for submitting a proposal to GSSR is May 29, 2023.
For details, please see here
ERASMUS+ International Mobility Grants for IFiS Faculty:
Call for Applications for Short Teaching Stays Abroad
GSSR invites faculty at IFiS PAN to participate in ERASMUS+ staff mobility for teaching in the academic year 2023/2024. The aim of this programme is to offer IFiS faculty an opportunity to:
- Share your academic expertise;
- Experience new teaching environments;
- Connect with peers abroad to develop common activities to achieve the ERASMUS programme’s objectives,
- Exchange good practices and enhance cooperation between IFiS and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) abroad.
Under this Erasmus+ scheme, teaching must take place at HEIs abroad that IFiS partners with. As of now, IFiS has confirmed partnerships for faculty mobility with Universita degli Studi di Firenze (Italy), the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Marmara University (Turkey), and the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia).
It is possible to close Erasmus+ collaboration agreements with other HEIs abroad. GSSR will assist with the process, once you identify the HEI abroad and get their initial approval for (i) you to teach there, (ii) your teaching plan (see section “Application package”), and (iii) to sign an Erasmus+ collaboration agreement with IFiS PAN. As soon as you have this initial documentation (emails from a representative, e.g. Department Chair, of the HEI abroad suffices), please share it with Dr. Fells, who will pursue the signing of the formal agreement.
The deadline for applications is May 30, 2023. For more information please see here.