Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Kreitman School for Advanced Graduate Studies
Hereby announces the enrollment for Kreitman Post-Doctoral Scholarships for the academic year 2013-2014
- The program is open for candidates that have completed their PhD studies within the past five years and are interested in performing research at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
- Candidates must first find a host advisor
- The scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis
- The scholarship will provide an annual sum of 80,215 NIS that will be covered in equal shares by the Kreitman School and the advisor.
- The scholarship may be extended for a second year, pending submission of an advancement report approved by the advisor to the Kreitman School and pending approval for the second year by the Kreitman School.
- Applications will be received from candidates that have completed their PhD studies within the past five years, or that are currently in their final year of their PhD studies. In such cases, the scholarship will be activated pending submission of their PhD thesis and completion of all other academic requirements towards receiving the PhD degree
The applications will be submitted to the department by e-mail. Candidates will be submitted to the Kreitman School by their host faculty
The deadline for submission to the host department is February 3, 2013
Decisions will be made April 2013
For further details please contact
The Kreitman School of Advanced Graduate Studies,
Telephone: 08-6472710 Email: email@example.com
Instructions for Submission
1. Application Form
2. CV and List of Publications - the list should separate between papers that were published in peer reviewed journals and papers that were published in scientific conferences. Journal names should be accompanied by journal ranking information. Similarly, acceptance rate must be included for the scientific conferences
3. The candidate will enclose up to two pdf files that represent his major findings and achievements from the PhD studies.
4. Formal approval of PhD degree or formal approval that the PhD thesis was submitted in the last year.
5. Three reference letters, one of the letters should be from the PhD mentor
6. A proposal for the planned research approved by the host, up to two pages
7. A summary form from the faculty that grades the applicants and explains the grading.