Duration and types of fellowships

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Duration

A fellowship at AIAS typically lasts between one and three years. A senior fellowship varies from 6 up to 18 months, and a junior fellowship will have the duration from 12 up to 36 months. Duration, however, is negotiable to suit the needs and wishes of the fellows, and in terms of what is suitable and realistic in relation to the research objective of the proposed research project.

AIAS offers four types of fellowship

  • AIAS-COFUND Fellowships
    AIAS-COFUND Junior Fellowships (12 to 36 months). NEXT CALL EXPECTED NOVEMBER 2017
    AIAS-COFUND Senior Fellowships (6 to 18 months). NEXT CALL EXPECTED NOVEMBER 2017
  • Jens Christian Skou Fellowships (JCS)
    Jens Christian Skou Junior Fellowships (12 to 36 months). NEXT CALL EXPECTED NOVEMBER 2017  
    Jens Christian Skou Senior Fellowships (6 to 18 months). NEXT CALL EXPECTED NOVEMBER 2017

What is an AIAS-COFUND Fellowship?

Read about this type of fellowship in the current open call.

What is a JCS fellowship?

A JCS Fellowship can be applied by to researchers with an existing affiliation to Aarhus University, i.e. researchers who are already employed at Aarhus University at the time of application as well as the time of fellowship commencement. 

What is a junior and a senior fellowship respectively?

We regard juniors as researchers with postdoctoral research careers of a length of 2-10 years, whereas seniors are researchers at a high international level, equivalent to professors or highly qualified associate professors with postdoctoral research careers of +10 years.