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STOA Scholarships for young scientists and engineers (European Parliament)

Under arrangements coming into force for the first time in 1991, the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) unit of the European Parliament provides opportunities for young scientists, engineers or mathematicians to be awarded STOA Scholarships, normally for a period...

Under arrangements coming into force for the first time in 1991, the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) unit of the European Parliament provides opportunities for young scientists, engineers or mathematicians to be awarded STOA Scholarships, normally for a period of six months, with the STOA programme. Candidates should have qualifications to at least first degree level. Terms and conditions are ascertainable on written application, including CV, a covering letter setting out the candidate's suitability and dates of availability plus evidence supporting the above (names and addresses of two scientific referees, copies of most significant degrees or diplomas, and any significant publications or their abstracts). Candidates should not yet have obtained a Doctorate. Persons with Ph.D. or equivalent are welcome to enquire about the STOA Fellowship scheme (see our announcement concerning this scheme). Applications to undertake unremunerated working or study visits to STOA ("Visiting Student" status) will be considered on a case by case basis. A small number of very short-term scholarships are also available during university vacations.Applications should be addressed to: Mr. Robert RAMSAY Director- General for Research European Parliament L-2929 Luxembourg