Scholarships for Ukrainian historians affected by the war

Sector: Education
Type: Scholarship
Location: Poland
Deadline: 31 July 2022 at 23:59 Kyiv time
Organiser: Other

This is an opportunity for Ukrainian younger scholars to continue their research activities in the German Historical Institute in Warsaw. You will have a scholarship for up to three months to conduct field research, work in a library, and have a workplace in the Institute`s office.

The scholarship is provided by the German Historical Institute Warsaw with the support of the Max Weber Foundation. This is one of thousands of EU opportunities for Ukraine.

More about the scholarship

What do I get?
  • A monthly stipend of EUR 1,600
  • Supplements for childcare
  • Comfortable workplace
  • Networking and participation in the activities of the German Historical Institute Warsaw
  • Opportunity to attend Polish, English and German language courses
Can I apply?
You can get a scholarship if you have citizenship of Ukraine and work in the field of history or related disciplines.
What do I need to apply?
  • CV
  • A list of published historian works
  • Cover letter with information about the desired period of scholarships
  • Up to one page description of a research project you want to implement during stay at the institute

All the documents should be completed in Polish, English or German.

How do I apply?

Send the package of documents to Prof. Dr. Miloš Řezník at

Applications are being processed on a rolling basis.

Good to know
  • The institute provides opportunities to continue research after the completion of the scholarship.

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