Fellowship opportunity for doctoral students in theological and ethical reflection on topics of social, economic, business, scientific, cultural, religious by woodstock theological center at Georgetown University, Washington, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: International Visiting Fellowship Program
Type of Award: Scholarship
Nationality: Students from outside the U.S. are eligible for this fellowship program.
Employer: Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University is offering international visiting fellowship program.
Level of study: Applicant must have a doctorate degree.
Subject(s): Fellowship in the field theological and ethical reflection on topics of social, economic, business, scientific, cultural, religious, and political importance.
Duration: Fellowship program is available upto six to nine months.
Number of awards: The number of awards is not mentioned.
Am I eligible? Applicants must be from outside the United States and intend to continue working outside the United States one the fellowship has ended. They must hold a doctorate or have equivalent professional accomplishments, be fluent in English, and submit a research proposal consistent with the mission of the Woodstock Theological Center plus three letters of recommendation.
How do I apply? For this fellowship program students can apply by post.
What does it cover? The award information is unspecified for this fellowship program.
Scholarship Description: Visiting fellowships of six to nine months at the Woodstock Theological Center are available for scholars for the United States academic year (September through May) 2013-2014. Applicants must be from outside the United States and intend to continue working outside the United States one the fellowship has ended.
Application closing date: The application deadline for this fellowship program is 31 December, 2012