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FULLY FUNDED TO ITALY : Check out the EUI Policy Leader fellowship (PLF) at the Florence School of Transnational Governance 2024-2025

A residential programme for mid-career policy experts from a variety of policy fields, including politics, the civil service, the media, non-governmental organisations, and others, is offered by the Florence School of Transnational Governance (STG) under the Policy Leader Fellowship (PLF).

The fellows in this exceptional course, which is housed within one of the most esteemed academic institutions in Europe, get an intimate understanding of how EU policy is made. Instead of requiring academic knowledge, the programme aims to draw participants with a variety of real-world policymaking experiences.

The fellows learn from each other and create enduring professional and personal ties in addition to having direct access to the STG and the teaching and researcher community at EUI.

A curriculum vitae, a brief biography, two reference letters, the applicant's highest level of schooling, a letter of motivation, and a work plan are all needed to be considered for a fellowship. If approved, the bio will be used for communication and provides a concise summary. The project title, summary, goals, milestones, and associated activities should all be included in the work plan.

Don't miss out on the application deadline which is 25th January 2024 (14:00 CET).

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Additional Information

Host Institution
European University Institute
Event Duration
five or ten months
Program Type
Fully Funded
Program Benefits
Fellows must live in Florence for the duration of their fellowship in order to take part in the fellowship programme and EUI/STG events. With a lower rate of €1,750 based on supplemental income, the baseline grant is €2,500 per month. For Fellows who live with a partner and whose monthly salary is less than €2,000, family allowances are available, up to €300. The monthly allowance for dependent children is €200. Travel costs comprise first-class train, economy class airfare, and both inward and outbound trips.
Eligibility Criteria
The Global UGRAD Programme is available to anybody who is at least eighteen years old, a citizen of one of the participating nations, enrolled full-time in an undergraduate programme, has finished secondary school, and has a strong command of the English language. The ability to start studying in the United States in August or January 2023, eligibility for a student exchange visa, clearance from a physician, and a commitment to return home after graduation are requirements for eligible applicants. Citizens of the United States, permanent residents, local employees, and members of their immediate family are all eligible.
Eligible Countries
All Countries

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