The University of Luxembourg is proud to announce the opening of applications to grant two candidates for a legal research stay in Luxembourg, which will take place in May-June or October-November 2024.
The Faculty of Law, Economics, and Finance (FDEF) of the University of Luxembourg will provide a friendly international environment in which the selected researchers can gain experience in research methodology, in presenting their research, attending seminars, and develop contacts with Professors of the faculty and other researchers. The research stay aims to enable candidates to finalise and publish an article or a research paper written in English in a law journal.
The research stay programme is dedicated to Lao lecturers who desire to gain experience in an international environment to improve their academic and research skills in the legal field, in order to strengthen the capacities of the Faculty of Law and Political Science of the National University of Laos. Applicants must be lecturers at the Faculty of Law and Political Science of NUOL, with at least a Bachelor’s degree in law or with a strong component in law. There are no criteria in terms of age. Candidates will be selected based on merit. The University of Luxembourg will have full discretion in selecting and/or rejecting the applications.
The Project will provide thorough research guidance before and during the research stay program. The selected candidates will be supported to carry out their research and be supervised by the Project’s Liaison Officer and Project leader during their stay.
Selected candidates will be required to participate fully in capacity-building activities organised by the Inter-University Cooperation (seminars, research workshops, etc.) also University of Luxembourg. They will be committed to presenting and publishing their research papers in English in a law journal within the designed time.
Selected candidates shall ensure that their research complies with the University of Luxembourg procedures, in particular on research ethics and plagiarism.
The project will facilitate the successful candidate with Visa and Housing applications. All expenses (travel, accommodation and per diem) will be covered.
The candidates will be entirely responsible for the management of the funding allocated; no extra-costs will be borne by the Project.
The application must be written in English and should encompass:
– A CV with full contact details;
– A motivation letter;
– A description of the research subject and methodology (maximum 500 words).
Application deadline: 26 January 2024.
The pre-selected teachers will be invited for an interview at the FLP.
Applications must be sent to the Liaison officer and Project Assistant:
Liaison Officer, Paulina Baschton: Paulina.firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Assistant: Patthanaphone Nammalath: email@example.com
We are looking forward to your papers and to welcoming you in Luxembourg!