In order to promote the experience, quality, international research activity and global network building of Pallas Athene Innovation and Geopolitical Foundation (PAIGEO), we are announcing a visiting fellowship program held at PAGEO Research Institute in Budapest, Hungary.
- Applicant must have a PhD degree or currently studying in a PhD program
- The applicant must be either coming from East-Asia, or field of research of the applicant must be connected to East-Asia studies
- Degree in Geopolitics, International relations, political geography, political studies, history or any relevant fields is accepted
- Timeframe of the program is 4 weeks
- Program will be located in Budapest at the office of PAIGEO
- Applicant must choose a topic of his studies, on which he will be working during the time of the program. At the end of the program a research have to be presented in English language, which will be published at PAIGEO’s website (geopolitika.hu) and included in PAIGEO’s quarterly magazine (HUG)
- Applicant will also work together with researchers of PAIGEO, collaborating on common projects and presenting at PAGEO’s events in his field of research
- The program is effective from 1 February 2018 and valid until withdrawal.
- PAIGEO is covering all the traveling and accommodation expenses of the applicant (economy class flight ticket and accommodation in Budapest) for 4 weeks time
- Monthly travel pass in Budapest is also provided by PAIGEO
- Meal is provided by PAIGEO for the applicant during the working hours
- Visiting visa to Hungary has to be arranged by the applicant on his own expenses
Documents for application
- CV in English
- List of publications
- Topic of the research which will be done at PAGEO, together with a 2000 character long abstract.
- Copy of Diploma(s)
- Two recommendation letters
- Application has to be submitted on email@example.com
Pallas Athene Innovation and Geopolitical Foundation was created in 2014 by the Central Bank of Hungary, with a main objective of encouraging the creation of geopolitical knowledge, which will help promote economic development in Hungary and in the Central-Eastern European region. We believe that we are able to take the role of important, defining actor in the Central-Eastern European region and bring all the necessary knowledge and experience needed to fulfil these goals to Hungary. The development, distribution, support and research of geopolitics has a geostrategic importance. Our main objective is to encourage the creation of knowledge which describes and forecasts the global world and the geopolitical challenges. Pallas Athéné Geopolitical Foundation is working on knowledge-sharing, organization of conferences and workshops and distribution and stimulation of geopolitical thinking.
In the beginning of 2015 Pallas Athéné Geopolitical Research Institute was created with a clear goal to become one of the most influential geopolitical think tanks in the region, which focuses on Asia. Our researchers mainly support the work of the PAGEO Foundation and the Central Bank of Hungary, while also working on their own geopolitical fields of research.
PAIGEO is constantly looking for partners (scientists, scientific institutions and universities, etc.) for long-term scientific cooperation in related topics, such as geopolitics, economy, monetary policy, political sciences, and international relations. We are planning to establish a network of researches and institutions for promoting scientific activities like joint research projects, conferences, workshops, summer schools, research training courses and publication activities. We promote the exchange of scientists, providing internship possibilities and scholarships for young scientists and students. Our research institute is committed to publish Asian scientific results in Hungarian in order to promote better understanding of the region in Hungary. We believe the international cooperation in research has the ability to strengthen partnership between researchers and will be mutually beneficial for our partner countries and Hungary.