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Candidates for dual degree Graduate Fellowships must:

       have a strong academic record and background relevant to the proposed graduate studies

       be ready to embark on thesis research following course completions in departments at Illinois

       expect to be jointly supervised by collaborating faculty members at the CyI and Illinois

       be willing to spend a portion of the fellowship in residence at the CyI

       have a sincere interest in and knowledge of Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean region

       be willing to live and work in Cyprus or the Eastern Mediterranean region after completing their degrees at the University of Illinois

 

How to apply

Candidates should submit:

       Research plan (2 pages max)

       Research Background

       Proposed Research and how it connects to the activities of the Cyprus Institute

       Curriculum Vitae

       Names and contacts of 3 people for letters of recommendation 

Application materials must be submitted to Jay Roloff (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) by 15th Nov. 2014 and will be reviewed by both staff at NCSA as well as staff at the Cyprus Institute. If approved it is  anticipated that fellowships will begin in the academic year 2014-2015.

Questions? Please contact Jay Roloff (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

 

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