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Friday, 30 September 2016
Harvard University Full Fellowships Program
Deadline: 4 October 2016
Open to: recent Bachelor or Master’s degree holders with an excellent
record and research experience in two or more of the fields
Scholarship: funding will be granted for the entire duration of their PhD
The new program is a long-term cross-disciplinary
collaboration involving these various departments at MPI and Harvard’s FAS and
HMS, as well as other interested scholars and scientists at Harvard
University. In the framework of its multi-disciplinary investigation of
the Ancient Mediterranean, the Max Planck Harvard project announce up to three
5-year Full Fellowships in Biological Archaeology / Archaeometry and
Archaeogenetics to sponsor graduate study leading to a PhD in Harvard
University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The first fellowship(s) will be
available to students admitted by Harvard for the academic year 2017-2018.
Recent Bachelor or Master’s degree holders with an excellent
record and research experience in two or more of the fields of Biological
Archaeology / Archaeometry and Archaeogenetics.
Funding will be granted to doctoral candidates for the
entire duration of their PhD;
Satisfactory fulfillment of all research and other
requirements will lead to a doctoral degree awarded by Harvard University;
The program ordinarily includes two years of coursework at
Harvard and fulfillment of the standard requirements for the PhD in the
relevant Departments of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Harvard
University, where candidates will acquire expertise in the topics and
methods covered by the Max Planck Harvard project;
After this period, doctoral students will ordinarily conduct
substantial research for their PhD at the Max Planck Institute for the Science
of Human History in Jena, Germany.
How to Apply?
The application process includes sending following