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Scholarship Opportunity At Museum
of Polish History In Warsaw
The Polish History Museum is very pleased to announce news about its scholarship.
The Scholarship Fund endowed by the Polish History Museum supports academic research on the history of Poland as well as activities propagating Polish history abroad. The scholarship is addressed to foreigners who study or wish to study Polish history.
Scholarships are awarded for a period of one to three months. The amount of the grant is 1,000 euro monthly. The scholarship holder is responsible for travel and accommodation expenses.
Scholarships are awarded to the winners of a competition for the best project, either educational, research or promotional in nature. A jury of eminent Polish historians will select the winners.
The Museum may also support the publication of works that result from materials gathered over the course of the scholarship. The Polish History Museum is a state institution of culture involved in activities promoting open science and in broadening the availability of works supported by public funding. Since the seventh edition, works realized with material gathered during the programme will be published by the open-license not-for-profit organization Creative Commons, as selected by the recipient of the grant.
There is no limit to the number of times one may apply for the scholarship.
The deadline for submission of applications is 16 December. Results will be announced by late January of 2014.
You will find detailed information on regulations of the scholarship, financial issues and requirements for applicants at our website – http://stypendia.muzhp.pl/en
Please note: Regulations for the seventh edition of the scholarship will be available after 28 October 2013.
Please contact: David A. Goldfarb, Curator of Literature and Humanities, Polish Cultural Institute in New York, 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4621, New York, NY 10118 tel: 212-239-7300, ext. 3002 fax: 212-239-7577 www.polishculture-nyc.org