30 June 2020.
NATO DEFENSE COLLEGE (NDC) RESIDENT FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME – NDC RESEARCH DIVISION
The NATO Defense College (NDC) currently offers eight fellowships each year in the field of defense and security policy research related to NATO and its Partners.
At the present date it includes the Eisenhower Defense (EISD) Fellowship Programme, the Partnership for Peace (PfP) Fellowship Programme, the Mediterranean Dialogue (MD) Fellowship Programme and the Other Military Cooperation/Partners Across the Globe Fellowship Programme (OMC/PaG).
The NDC Resident Fellowship Programme has been in place since 1993 and since the Programme’s inception, the NDC has awarded more than 130 fellowships.
Obligations and responsibilities
The Resident Fellowship Programme is under the direct supervision of the Director, Research Division.
Responsibilities of the Fellows include – but are not be limited to – the following:
- Fellows are requested to implement their research project, i.e. conduct research on their proposed topic and write a research essay while being at the NDC;
- Fellows are requested to present their work/research before completing their fellowship at the NDC;
- Fellows may be requested to act as Mentors of a Committee’s Study Project in the NDC Senior Course;
- Fellows may be asked to contribute to NDC research activities on a case-by-case basis.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Military Cooperation
English and Frensh.
- Candidates will be selected on the basis of their specific aptitude and experience for carrying through a major defense or security research project related to NATO, it’s member state policies, and or the partner country’s regional context.
- Criteria for selection include academic qualifications, the quality of research proposal, professional experience, and publication record.
- Candidates must have a good working knowledge of English and French, and be computer literate.
- Candidates must have Ph.D. relevant assets
Read the full terms and conditions from Here.
- This fellowship lasts five months and the fellow receives a stipend to cover his/her travel expenses and the costs of his/her stay in Rome.
- Applicants are citizens of OMC/PaG countries, as specified in the Fellowship Terms and Conditions and the Application Form. They are invited to submit proposals relating to NATO and Global Security, by completing and forwarding their Application Form to the NDC Research Division.
Second Step: Candidates should complete the online application form and send it to:
MR. Eugenio A Mengarini
NATO Defence College(Fellowships)
Via Georgia, Pelosi, 1
00143 Rome- Italy
E-Mail: [email protected]
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