Grants and Opportunities for European Studies at Carleton University

Call for Applications for Graduate Student Travel-Research Grants

Based on funding from the European Union, the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at Carleton University – which forms part of the Centre for European Studies – invites applications from Carleton University graduate students for travel research grants to support Ph.D. and M.A. student research in the European Union. Read more…

Call for Proposals for EU Issues Conference

As part of the new Jean Monnet Project “Studying EU in Canadian High Schools,” graduate students are encouraged to submit a proposal to present at the EU Issues Conference that will be held at Carleton University on April 20, 2017. Please click here for more details.

Please contact Dr. Crina Viju via email (crina.viju@carleton.ca) for any questions about the submission process or presentation topics.

 EU Study Tour

The European Union (EU) Study Tour is an initiative of the European Studies Network (Canada), a consortium of Canadian universities of which Carleton is a member. The Tour consists of 19-20 days in Europe, involving consultations at a wide range of European institutions in Brussels, Strasbourg, Luxembourg, and Frankfurt. Students participating in the Tour may also apply to participate in an internship (2 months or more) in a European institution; internships take place after the Tour and are unpaid.

More information for the 2017 tour is available here, or you can contact Prof. Joan DeBardeleleben (joan.debardeleben@carleton.ca), Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, 3304 Richcraft Building (former River Building).

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Reports by previous grant recipients

Young Researchers Network Canada – European Community Studies Association – Canada