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Visiting Fellows Programme

The Centre has been operating a Visiting Fellows Programme since it was established. Young scholars enrolled in PhD programmes in their home university or abroad who are pursuing a topic within or related to minority studies are welcomed at the generic viagra in canada Centre as Visiting Fellows for shorter or longer periods. They work with the viagra 100 mg relevant Research Cluster or independently dependent on their topic. Periods in residence can vary according to the indian cialis Fellow's own estimation. The Fellows usually present their research project to the researchers at the Centre in a seminar and cialis overnight may also be invited to make a public presentation to the academic networks in the buying real viagra without prescription region.  

Senior scholars are also in residence from time to time. They usually devote their time to specific tasks, such as writing or conceptualizing new research.

The ECMI is not able to support Visiting Fellows financially, but we try to help visitors with all practical matters arising from their stay with us. Some young Visiting Fellows may be able to benefit from the buying viagra without prescription Flensburg Stadt Fellowship Programme. For more on this and viagra soft how to apply, contact Ms. Maj-Britt Risbjerg Hansen at info[at]ecmi.de.

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Current Call for Interns

ECMI seeks interns for the buy viagra period April-September 2013 to support new ECMI initiatives in the research areas of: Performance indicators for minority rights impact, The definition of cialis 10mg minority, Minorities and cialis on line purchase the environment. Further information here.

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Federal Government
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Government
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