Bruegel’s Visiting Fellows Programme is intended to encourage recognized research scholars, policymakers and practitioners to stay temporarily at Bruegel to conduct research work, to interact with its scholars and to bring insights to its members and audience.
Visiting Fellow positions are open to researchers from academia, think tanks and policy institutions, as well as to practitioners from policy and business institutions.
Duration of visits may extend from a couple of days to a year, either on a full-time or part-time basis.
Visiting Fellows benefit from Bruegel’s research, administrative and communication support. They are encouraged to engage in research projects with the Bruegel fellows and to submit papers for publication in the Bruegel series.
The conditions of the Programme are as follows: Visiting Fellows are selected by Bruegel’s Director after appropriate consultation with senior resident staff and/or members of its Scientific Council. Prospective short-term visitors (for up to a month) are invited to submit a short statement of research interest along with their CVs. Prospective longer-term visitors are asked to submit a research agenda covering the duration of their stay at Bruegel along with their CVs. Visiting Fellows participate in Bruegel’s activities and contribute to its research and interaction with policymakers.
In particular, it is standard practice to invite Visiting Fellows to speak at Bruegel seminars, workshops and conferences. For all activities related to their stay, Visiting Fellows are subject to Bruegel’s internal rules and to the provisions of Bruegel’s statement of research integrity and non-partisanship. Visiting Fellows may be offered reimbursement of their travel costs (economy class from European locations, full-fare economy from overseas) as well as of accommodation and related costs in Brussels during their stay.
For more details on our visiting fellowship programme please contact Scarlett Varga, deputy head of development (firstname.lastname@example.org).