The University of Turin is offering a very good opportunity for researchers of international and EU law at an early stage of their professional career through the Train2Move Initiative. The Initiative is a mobility fellowship programme addressed to incoming post-doc researcher. All nationalities are eligible, however candidates must NOT have been active in research activities in Italy for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior to the application deadline. Further information on who can apply and the application package are available on this website.
Anna Viterbo and Francesco Costamagna participate to the Initiative together with their Department (the Department of Law) by proposing one of the research topics within the Panel "Socio-Economic Sciences" (see here). In particular the proposed research area is "The European Economic Governance after the Crisis".
The Programme offers a 2-years fellowship at the best employment conditions available according to the current Italian Law on Research and Education and it also aims at strengthening the development of T2M fellows’ curricula by adding on complementary competences through a unique course on soft skills. Furthermore, this would give the opportunity to the selected fellows to live in Turin, a city bursting with life and with a very lively cultural offer. The application deadline is the 5th of May 2015 (5 pm GMT+1).
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Call for Applications: Post-Doctoral Researchers on "The European Economic Governance after the Crisis"
A call for applications has been issued for post-doctoral researchers on "The European Economic Governance after the Crisis." Here's a description: