TAU Law Post-Doc Fellowships
TAU Law offers a number of Post-Doctoral Fellowships for researchers from Israel and abroad. The main purpose of the Fellowships is to provide junior researchers, who have not yet secured a full-time faculty appointment, an opportunity to pursue their work at the Faculty, get acquainted with faculty members, and enrich and diversify the TAU Law community.
Appointed Fellows enjoy funding, as well as access to the David J. Light Law Library - in addition to all Faculty-held events, conferences, and colloquia. Some of the Fellows also have the opportunity to be involved in various teaching activities related to their area of research.
Currently, funding for Post-Doctoral fellowships at TAU Law include special fellowships for international researchers from China and India (the deadline is October 20, 2016), Taiwan, the US and Canada. Positions are also occasionally attainable by applying directly to an individual faculty member.
In addition to these fellowships, there are several topic-based fellowships. These include the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Fellowships (for interdisciplinary research of science, technology, ethics and law) and the GlobalTrust – Sovereigns as Trustees of Humanity Fellowships.
Tel-Aviv University is offering matching scholarships for Post-docs as from March 2015:
- About 10 matching scholarships financed by the university.
- Two matching scholarships financed by the Pikovsky Valazzi fund.
For more details, please look at TAU's homepage or at the following link: http://www.tau.ac.il/acad-sec/postgo/post14/miceng.pdf
For more information, please contact:
Graduate and Post-Graduate Studiers Administrative Coordinator