24th ONASSIS FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM FOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS 2018-2019

The ONASIS Foundation is please to announce the twenty-fourth (24th) annual Fellowships Program for International Scholars starting on October 1st, 2018, addressed to non-Greek nationals, University Professors of all levels, Postdoctoral Researchers and Ph.D. Candidates.

Host Country:

  • Greece

Host Organisation:

  • ONASIS Foundation

Course Level:

  • Fellowship Category C Ph.D. Candidates
  • Fellowship Category D University Professors of All Levels ((PH.D. Holders)
  • Fellowship Category E Post-doctoral Researchers

Course Duration:

  • From [5] to [10] months during the academic year Oct. 2018 – Sept. 2019
  • Up to Three [3] months during the academic year October 2018 – September 2019
  • Three to six [3-6] months during the academic year October 2018 – September 2019

Fields of Study:

The Program covers the following academic fields:

  • Α) Humanities: Philology, Literature, Linguistics, History, Archaeology, Philosophy, Educational Studies and Psychology
  • Β) Social Sciences: Political Science, Sociology, International and European Studies and Social Policy
  • C) Economics/Finance: Maritime Studies, Finance and Public Finance
  • D) Arts: Art History, Visual Arts, Music, Dance, Theater,  Photography, Film Studies, New Media and Cultural management

No. of Fellowships:

  • 10

Fellowships Value:

For Category C:

  • Coverage of the travel expenses for a round trip air-ticket from and to the country and place where the grantee permanently resides, for the grantee only, for the beginning of the scholarship and upon definite departure from Greece that amount
    •  Up to Three Hundred Euros (€ 300.-) for a European country or
    •  Up to One Thousand Euros (€ 1,000.-) for a transatlantic trip or travel to and from countries of Asia and Africa. Fellowship recipients will be solely responsible for the purchase of their tickets
  • A monthly allowance of Eight Hundred and Fifty Euros (€ 850.-) for subsistence, accommodation and all other expenses

For Category E:

  • Coverage of the travel expenses for a round trip air-ticket from and to the country and place where the grantee permanently resides, for the grantee only, for the beginning of the scholarship and upon definite departure from Greece that amount
    • Up to Three Hundred Euros (€300.-) for a European country or
    • Up to One Thousand Euros (€ 1,000.-) for a transatlantic trip or travel to and from countries of Asia and Africa. Fellowship recipients will be solely responsible for the purchase of their ticket
  • A monthly allowance of One Thousand Three Hundred Euros (€ 1,300.-) for subsistence, accommodation and all other expenses.

For Category E:

  • Coverage of the travel expenses for a round trip air-ticket from and to the country and place where the fellowship recipient permanently resides, for the grantee only, for the beginning of the scholarship and upon definite departure from Greece that amount
    • Up to Three Hundred Euros (€300.-) for a European country or
    • Up to One Thousand Euros (€1,000.-) for a transatlantic trip or travel to and from countries of Asia and Africa. Fellowship recipients will be solely responsible for the purchase of their tickets
  • A monthly allowance of One Thousand Three Hundred Euros (€ 1,300.-) for subsistence, accommodation and all other expenses.

General Criteria:

  • Eligible to participate are the following candidates:
    • Persons of non-Greek descent
    • Cypriot citizens are also eligible to apply for Category D and E fellowship only, provided they permanently reside and work outside Greece
    • Persons of Greek descent (second generation and on) are also eligible to apply for a fellowship or scholarship, provided they permanently reside and work abroad or currently study in foreign Universities
    • Category D and E also applies to Scholars of Greek descent or citizenship provided they have a professional academic career of at least ten (10) years in a University or Research Institute abroad
    • The above mentioned clarification (d) also applies to Ph.D. candidates of Greek descent or citizenship, who pursue post-graduate studies outside of Greece (Category C – please see below), have conducted their high school studies and have obtained a degree outside Greece and permanently reside outside Greece for more than fifteen (15) years
  •  Former Fellowship Recipients of the Foundation can re-apply for a fellowship only if five (5) years have elapsed since their previous  fellowship scholarship.
  • Former Fellowship Recipients of the Foundation who have twice received a fellowship cannot apply again to the Onassis Fellowships Program for International Scholars.
  • No extension of the duration of the fellowship beyond the period mentioned in this announcement for each category will be permitted.
  • It is not possible to postpone or defer the fellowship to a later academic year.

Note: For Special Terms and Conditions and Required Documents for each category, Please click here.

Application Process:

After carefully reading the Announcement, candidates complete the online application at the Foundation’s website: www.onassis.org > Scholarships > Scholarships for Foreigners > Category D, E or C > Online application. Candidates must keep the confirmation code of the submitted online application for future reference.
At the same time, the candidate collects all of the required supporting documents and sends them by registered mail until 28/02/2018 (date on postmark) to the following address:

ARIONA HELLAS S.A.
Representing the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation in Greece
Onassis International Fellowships Program
7 Aeschinou Street
105 58 Plaka, Athens
[Verification code for the submission of the online application]
The required supporting documents can also be submitted by the candidate in person or via a representative at the above-mentioned address.

Application Deadline:

  • 28th February 2018

 

 

Comments