12.11.2007 | 
Education
FELLOWSHIPS AT UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
FELLOWSHIPS AT UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor announces about the establishment of five new graduate and post-doctoral fellowships in Armenian studies.

Those are available beginning with 2008-2009 academic year. These fellowships are designated for Armenain IHE graduates and candidates of science, who wish to continue their studies at the University of Michigan. 

These new fellowships became possible owing to the initiative by Manoogian Simone Foundation Fellowships. 

The candidates for these fellowships must be specialists in the area of Armenia studies and must apply to and be accepted in:
1. PhD program in the Department of History or the Department of Near Eastern Studies
2.Masters program at the Center for Russian and East European Studies or Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies.

The fellowships cover the tuition and grad-ware as well as stipends to awardees.

Applications for graduate studies at the Universality of Michigan are submitted through Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies. They must be submitted online at the website of Rackham Graduate School, www.rackham.umich.edu.

Deadlines for applications are:
Department of History: December 1, 2007
Near Eastern Studies: December 14, 2007
Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies: January 15, 2008
Center for Russian and East European Studies: February 1, 2007

Questions, regarding applications, should be addressed to these departments and centers.

Questions regarding Manoogian Simone Foundation fellowships can be addressed to Gloria Caudill via e-mail: gcaudill@umich.edu or telephone (734) 763 0622.

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