Visiting Researcher Places
The Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society offers five visiting researcher places to refugee PhD students and scholars from Ukraine who are currently located in the Netherlands. The visiting researcher places are intended to last up to 6 months (180 days). They provide applicants with a bridging opportunity to continue existing research that was interrupted due to the war, to work out an application for an externally funded research or job opportunity or to pursue a related CV-building project.
For further information, eligibility and application, please follow the link below.
Unpaid Guest Position for a Ukrainian Researcher
As a visiting lecturer/researcher you will continue to do your own research, but you will also join the colloquia and research meetings that are organized by the Human Performance Management group and the university as a whole to learn about the research that others are working on. You will develop collaborations with researchers in the Human Performance group that lead to joint research publications and possibly joint project proposals or other research output.
You are also invited to contribute to courses in the Bachelor and Master Programmes of the School of Industrial Engineering and/or supervising Bachelor students for their final project. The specific courses that you may be involved in will depend on your own knowledge and expertise.
You will be embedded in the Human Performance Group in the department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, but you may also collaborate with people from other disciplines in the department and the university as a whole. You will also benefit from our extensive international network of partner universities, research groups, and company contacts, with whom you might engage in joint research.
For further information and registration, please follow the link below.
#AcademicsNLForUkraine is an initiative of the Dutch research organisations UNL, NFU, KNAW & NWO.
AcademicTransfer supports #AcademicsNLForUkraine. We collect work places and facilities from Dutch academic institutions for Ukrainian academics, researchers and scientists.
You will find all guest work places offered by the Dutch research organisations via the link below.
Dutch Ministry of Education
This scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science as well as several Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences.
The scholarship amounts to € 5,000. You will receive this in the first year of your studies. Please note that this is not a full-tuition scholarship.
Grants are awarded for 1 year and can only be received once.
Participating universities all across Holland can offer this scholarship to prospective students. Some of the involved universities are:
University of Groningen
Erasmus University Rotterdam
and many more...
Please follow the link below for further information.