Application process:Applicants must complete the application form and include an abstract that falls under a one of the following broad themes: 1. The Future of the EU and the roles of the Regions and Cities#EUBudget #Cohesion #Post2020 #ERDF #Subsidiarity #Democracy #Demography #InternationalCompetition #Digitalization
2. A Europe Closer to Citizens #TerritorialCohesion #Cooperation #People #Places #Urban #Rural #LocalCommunities #Migration #AdministrativeCapacity
3. A Greener Europe #EnergyTransition #ClimateChangeAdaptation #CircularEconomy #RiskManagement #EuropeanSolidarityFund
Application documents to submit:1. the completed application form and your CV combined in one document (WORD or PDF) submitted via the online form; 2. a certificate (uploaded in a separate PDF or WORD document) submitted via the online form: - proving the PhD student status; - proving early career status (PhD certificate); 3. a portrait photo (uploaded in a separate file) submitted via the online form;4. an academic reference in support of your application must be sent separately by the referee to Klara Sobekova at firstname.lastname@example.org and be received by the closing date.
For questions or in case you have problems using the Google form, please contact Klara Sobekova at email@example.com
Download the application form at http://www.regionalstudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019-EWRC-MC-Application-Form-18022019.docx
The application deadline is 1st May 2019, 15.00 (GMT) or 16.00 (CET). Applications and references received after this date will not be accepted. The successful applicants will be notified by 30th May 2019 and invited to submit their full paper with a maximum of 3,000 words to the RSA Europe by 11th September 2019.
Please complete the details below and upload your application documents.