Zurich, November 23, 2020
2021 Call for Applications: Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship Program
Deadline for submission: January 11, 2021.
The Jacobs Foundation is pleased to announce the 2021 call for applications for its Research Fellowship Program.
The Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship Program is a globally competitive fellowship program for early and mid-career researchers whose work is dedicated to improving the development, learning and living conditions of children and youth. The relevant disciplines include, but are not limited to, education sciences, psychology, economics, sociology, family studies, media studies, political science, linguistics, neurosciences, and medical sciences.
Fellowships are awarded to highly talented and innovative early and mid-career researchers who have received their PhD within the past 10 years. Funding from Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowships is awarded directly to the fellow’s institution and may be used by the fellow over a three-year period to cover a portion of the fellow’s salary and for any purpose in support of the fellow’s research, such as assistants’ salaries, equipment, technical assistance, professional travel, or trainee support.
Particularly encouraged to apply are scholars who seek to combine multiple levels of analysis and engage in interdisciplinary work. A special focus lies on work to understand and embrace variability in learning; promote the generation, transfer, and practical application of evidence on human learning and development or increase the capacity to scale up effective education policies and practices.
In addition to providing fellows with independent and competitive funding, the program offers a wide range of non-financial benefits.
For further information and to submit an online application, please visit: Call for Applications 2021
To find out more about the Jacobs Foundation Strategy 2030 please visit Jacobs Foundation.
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