To apply for the post-doctoral fellowship, an applicant must submit:

  1. a CV [max. length = 3 pages] outlining:
    • academic background;
    • professional/work experience;
    • research experience; and
    • other relevant accomplishments and skills.
  2. a motivation letter [max. length = 2 pages]setting out the applicant’s:
    • background and experience in heritage conservation;
    • proficiency and record in academics, research, leadership and presentation; and
    • reasons for applying for the one-year fellowship.
  3. a work sample [URL link or 10MB max. size]
  4. graduate and undergraduate academic transcripts [PDF];
  5. a written research proposal [maximum length = 10 pages] that sets out the goals, techniques, components and anticipated outcomes of the proposed research project and outlines a schedule for achieving the project within the one-year time-frame of the fellowship; and a dissemination/valorization strategy to publish work in scientific journals.
  6. two references, consisting of:
    • a standard referee appraisal form; and
    • a letter [max. length = 2 pages] addressing: academic ability and record; research ability and record; teaching and language ability; creativity; professional experience; work ethic; and accomplishments, skills and strengths.

Items A-E can be submitted online using the Online Application Form.

Item F (reference letters and forms) must be submitted directly by your referees to the Program Coordinator at .

Pre-selected applicants will also be interviewed before an admission decision is made.