Short–term post-doctoral fellowships (France)

The Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme and its partners offer post-doctoral fellowships to researchers in the social and human sciences for periods from 1 to 6 months.

The program breaks down into two sections
1. The INCOMING program
This program targets researchers affiliated with an institution of higher education and research or a public/private research institute based aboard wishing to undertake a research stay in France.
2. The OUTGOING program
This program targets researchers residing and affiliated with a French institution of higher education and research or a public/private research institute who would like to benefit from a research stay in another country.

Applications
Please refer to the different calls to find out what arrangements apply to the competition you have chosen (geographical area, length of the fellowship) and the application procedure.
OPEN Calls for applications
Africa  FMSH-IFAS : France > Southern Africa (french) (outgoing)
America FMSH-IFEA : France > Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru (french) (outgoing)America FMSH-CEMCA :  Mexico > France (french) (incoming)
America FMSH-CEMCA : France >  Mexico (french) (outgoing)
Asia  FMSH-EFEO : France >  Asia (french) (outgoing)
Asia FMSH-IFEAC : France> Central Asia (french)  (outgoing)
Asia FMSH-IFEAC :  Central Asia > France (incoming)
Europe FMSH : South Caucasus > France (incoming)
Europe FMSH-CEFR- : Belarus, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine  > France (incoming)
Europe FMSH-IFEA : France > Istanbul (outgoing)

COMING Calls for applications
Asia FMSH-ICSSR : France >  India (outgoing)

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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