Successful applicants will have airfares and accommodation costs covered to enable their participation in a HUI-EU workshop.
To take part in HUI-EU workshops, applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Be enrolled as a PhD student at one of the HUI-EU partner institutions: any of the eight New Zealand Universities, RMIT (Australia), Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia) or the institutions comprising the European Union Centre in Taiwan, or be enrolled at a nearby university and have links to a partner institution through the institutional contacts listed below;
- Be at the pre-confirmation or immediate post-confirmation stage of their studies;
- Be engaged with any aspect of European Union studies as a topic of their research;
- Not have attended a HUI-EU workshop previously.
Key contacts at our partner institutions:
|New Zealand Universities||Dr Mathew Doidge|
Dr Serena Kelly
|RMIT||Prof. Bruce Wilsonemail@example.com|
|Gadjah Mada University||Drs. Muhadi Sugionofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|European Union Centre in Taiwan||Prof. Hungdah Su|
Assoc. Prof. Adrian Rauchfleisch
Dr Marc Cheng
Before applying, please make certain to familiarise yourself with the Participant Obligations listed here.
Please email your application (compiled into a single PDF document) to both:
|Dr Mathew Doidgeemail@example.com|
|Dr Serena Kellyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Your application must include:
- 500 word outline of thesis topic;
- 200 word statement as to why you wish to attend the HUI-EU Workshop, and what you hope to gain from it;
- Clarification of the stage of your PhD at which you are at, and the date you enrolled on the PhD programme;
- Short Curriculum Vitae;
- Contact details of an academic referee/thesis supervisor.
The deadline for applications for the first HUI-EU Workshop on 15-17 February 2023 in Melbourne (Australia) is: 23:00 NZT (17:00 WIB/18:00 CST/21:00 AEDT) on Friday 25th November 2022.