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(E) Teacher/Fellowship in Croatian Studies 2003-2004
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  10/21/2002 | Jobs | Unrated
(E) Teacher/Fellowship in Croatian Studies 2003-2004

Croatian studies Teacher/FellowshipSSEES, London 

Subject: Job: Croatian studies Teacher/Fellowship SSEES, London 

(deadline 18.11.) November 18th

Teacher/Fellowship in Croatian Studies 2003-2004

The School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), University
College London invites applications for a fully-funded Croatian
Teacher-Fellowship. The purpose of the Teacher-Fellowship is to provide
training and experience of British university teaching, research, and
administration. The post is funded by the British Foreign and
Commonwealth Office's Chevening Scholarships Scheme and SSEES/UCL, and
supports a Teacher-Fellow for one academic year as a visiting faculty
member at SSEES attached to the Centre for South-East European Studies.

The Teacher-Fellowships will be awarded following free and open public
competition. Applicants must be citizens of Croatia and must propose a
research project in an area of the humanities or social sciences
supported by SSEES. Preference will be given to doctoral candidates
writing PhDs or recent doctorates. Closing date for applications is 18
November 2002. Full details are available at
http://www.ssees.ac.uk/seecent.htm.
 

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