Entries for the Abigail Browne fellowship are now being accepted. The fellowship is available for those coming from CEPT member states or the citizens of European countries outside European Union. Fellows will have opportunity to spend three months working at Cullen International’s offices in Brussels. They will receive benefit of €4,500 and travel and accommodation cost. The application deadline is July 31, 2016.
The aim of the fellowship is to promote the exchange of perspectives and best practices in the field of communications regulation among European states, including building on the EU’s common regulatory framework for electronic communications. Founded in 1986, Cullen International has grown into the leading provider of regulatory intelligence in the telecommunications, media, digital economy and postal sectors and for competition law.
The successful candidate will receive a fellowship of €4.5K and be given the opportunity to work at Cullen International’s offices in Brussels for three months, with access to our extensive database of regulatory research. Travel and accommodation expenses will also be covered, in the amount of up to €3K.
Level and Area of Studies
This is three-month program for studying communications regulation.
Place of Study: in Brussel, Belgium.
Eligibility and Criteria
The Cullen International Abigail Browne Fellowship is open only to nationals of the CEPT member states.
The citizens of CEPT member states are invited to apply. Applicants from European countries outside the EU are eligible to apply for this fellowship.
The application package must be consisting the materials as follow:
- A two-page application letter providing an outline of the planned research area and a description of how the research will contribute to the promotion of the exchange of ideas and best practices in the field of communications regulation among European states;
- A comprehensive CV;
- Proof of meeting the eligibility criterion: nationality of a CEPT member state.
July 31, 2016.