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SLOVAKIA: Jan Hus Foundation Scholarships

THE JAN Hus Foundation for Education is offering scholarships to teachers and PhD students in the field of humanities or social sciences who are not more than 35 years old and are being forced to leave academia for financial reasons. The application should include a CV, a description of the applicant's work at the university, and their professional plans and research focus, confirmed by published or unpublished papers. Letters of recommendation are welcome. The scholarships, which are granted for a year, are equal to Sk60,000. The deadline is June 30, 2008. For more information, contact Oľga Peštuková at Vzdelávacia nadácia Jana Husa, Kalinčiakova 25, 831 04 Bratislava, Tel: +421-2-5564-8787, Fax: +421-2-5564-8788, email: pestukova@vnjh.sk or see www.vnjh.sk.

THE JAN Hus Foundation for Education is offering scholarships to teachers and PhD students in the field of humanities or social sciences who are not more than 35 years old and are being forced to leave academia for financial reasons. The application should include a CV, a description of the applicant's work at the university, and their professional plans and research focus, confirmed by published or unpublished papers. Letters of recommendation are welcome. The scholarships, which are granted for a year, are equal to Sk60,000. The deadline is June 30, 2008. For more information, contact Oľga Peštuková at Vzdelávacia nadácia Jana Husa, Kalinčiakova 25, 831 04 Bratislava, Tel: +421-2-5564-8787, Fax: +421-2-5564-8788, email: pestukova@vnjh.sk or see www.vnjh.sk.

Source: www.vnjh.sk

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