The University of Southern California in association with Berggruen Institute invites candidates to apply for Fully Funded Berggruen Fellowships.
Moreover, the appointee of USC Berggruen Fellows will work on projects under the Institute’s programmatic areas to study the Great Transformations: Future of Capitalism, Globalization and Geopolitics, Transformations of the Human, and the Future of Democracy.
The fellowship will cover the full cost and accommodation of the successful candidate. Plus, a stipend as well is available to cover other things like transportation and other costs. The fellowship duration can be from three months to up to two years. For a full-year fellowship, Fellows with academic appointments will receive a stipend based on half of their annual academic year salary, up to $75,000 with the expectation that their home institution will make up the remainder. However, fellows without sabbatical half-salary or a similar particle remuneration package can receive up to $90,000 or more, depending on position and seniority. In addition to that, fellows can have an additional $3,000 in research funds.
USC Berggruen Fellowship is open to all academics as well as unattached intellectuals (for whom the Berggruen Fellowship may serve as a retreat from work in the industry, government, or the arts). But everyone should have a commitment towards the intellectual work of the highest quality. Applicants should have a terminal degree or commensurate research expertise in the appropriate field of study. In addition to well-qualified individuals with independent projects, Berggruen also invites scholars eager to come to the Berggruen Institute to work together on a shared project or theme.
The Insititute support teams that include diverse or unusual institutional, professional, disciplinary and national backgrounds. Those applying as a team should each application individually and indicate that they would like to have their application considered in conjunction with the other scholars on their team.
The applicants must apply with the following documents to apply Fully Funded Berggruen Fellowships at the University of Southern California
The application is due on April 1, 2020.
Visit the USC Berggruen Fellowships for more information.