EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE (EUI)
The EUI provides advanced academic training and supervision to doctoral and postdoctoral researchers and promotes research in a European perspective in Economics, History & Civilization, Law and Political & Social Sciences.
Founded in 1976, the EUI is a distinctly international institution, hosting a community of scholars from over 50 countries. A thriving intellectual climate, rich in seminars, conferences, and events, includes leading academics and policy-makers from around the world.
A first-class research library offers extensive collections and services supporting advanced European-oriented research. The EUI is home to the Historical Archives of the European Union, the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies. The campus is spread over 14 sites, many of which are historical buildings, on the beautiful hills of Fiesole.
Doctoral programmes in Economics, History & Civilization, Law and Political & Social Sciences, and Master of Comparative, European and International Laws. 160 doctoral grants are available annually from EU Member States in the above-mentioned fields; the annual application deadline is 31 January.
Numerous post-doctoral and senior faculty fellowships are available, including Max Weber Fellowships, Jean Monnet Fellowships, and Fernand Braudel Fellowships. The EUI is a host institution for the Marie Curie Fellowship programme, and offers numerous visiting programmes for researchers and fellows.