The Europa-Kolleg Hamburg offers researchers in the field of law, economics or political science support for their research projects by means of a research stay at the Institute for European Integration. The research projects should be within the below listed main research fields currently pursued at the Institute for European Integration:
- Integration, Enlargement and Association
- The European Single Market
- European Fundamental Rights Protection
- Economic Governance within the Eurozone
- European Competition Policy
- Constitution and Administration of the EU
- Theory and Policy of Cohesion
- Approximation of Competition Rules of new and future Member States and Neighbourhood States to EU Law
The Europa-Kolleg provides researchers with a fully equipped work station and library access. If desired visting fellows will be involved with the institute‘s academic activities during their stay. Doctoral students and young academics will be mentored in their research by senior academic staff of the Institute for European Integration. Visiting researchers are expected to present their projects in the setting of a research seminar. The research papers drafted during their stay are to be published through the Institute’s publication series or in external journals.
Visiting researchers can opt to lease an on-campus apartment for the duration of their visit. Advance booking is recommended, as capacities are usually in high demand.
Applications for a research stay can be submitted at any time. The application must contain a CV and a concise description of the research project to be conducted during your stay at the Institute for European Integration. Also, please indicate the desired time and duration of your stay.
To fund your research stay at the Europa-Kolleg we would like to refer you to the relevant organizations. More information on funding can be found here. The Institute for European Integration will be glad to support applications for third-party funding for a research stay at Europa-Kolleg Hamburg.
Dr. Konrad Lammers