Wirth Doctoral Research Fellowship for Ukrainian Studies (deadline August 29, 2022)

Wirth Doctoral Research Fellowship for Ukrainian Students

The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) invites applications for the Wirth Doctoral Research Fellowship for Ukrainian Students. This fellowship is offered and funded by the Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies, University of Alberta, as part of the university’s Disrupted Ukrainian Scholars and Students initiative.

Scholarships for Ukrainian Scholars at Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei in Italy

The Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei will award 10 scholarships to Ukrainian scholars and researchers whose research and careers have been interrupted due to the current war and wish to conduct their research in Italy.

This initiative will grant the following one-year scholarships:

-4 scholarships for graduates in physical, mathematical and natural sciences, amounting to € 12.000 per scholarship

-4 scholarships for graduates in social sciences and humanities, amounting to € 12.000 per scholarship

Ukrainian Researchers Scheme (Irish Research Council)


Following the outbreak of war in Ukraine and the resulting refugee crisis, Ireland’s research funders have been engaging collaboratively on developments, in particular relating to how researchers from Ukraine who are arriving in Ireland due to the war can be supported by the Irish research system.

Call for Applications: Up to 10 Prisma Ukraïna Postdoc Fellowships 2022/23

Up to 10 resident and non-resident Prisma Ukraïna Postdoc Fellowships for 2022/2023:

  • one Postdoctoral Resident Fellowship of up to 16 months in Berlin
  • four Postdoctoral Three-Month Resident Bridge-Fellowships in Berlin (within the period of 1 July–31 December 2022)
  • up to five Postdoctoral Non-Resident Fellowships from 3 to 12 months, starting 1 October 2022

Location: Berlin, Germany (for resident fellowships) / Ukraine or neighbouring countries (for non-resident fellowships)

Nonresidential Fellowships for Ukrainian Scholars at IU Bloomington

Applications for this fellowship are available in both English and Ukrainian

A new agreement will support up to 20 humanities and social sciences scholars who are in or from Ukraine for one-year, nonresidential fellowships at Indiana University Bloomington, Provost Rahul Shrivastav has announced.

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