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Ernst Mach Worldwide

The Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law wants to inform you about the

Ernst Mach grant - worldwide

which is awarded by the Austrian agency for international mobility and cooperation in education, science and research (OeAD-GmbH) and the Centre for International Cooperation & Mobility (ICM) on behalf of and financed by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW).

The Ernst Mach grant enables graduates from all countries to apply for a research period (one to nine months) in Austria supported by a grant. The grant benefit paid is a monthly rate of Euro 1050.00 (for graduates) or Euro 1150 (for graduates with a PhD degree). More details can be found here. In order to be able to apply for the Ernst Mach grant the consent of an Austrian supervisor is needed. The Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law would be very happy to support the application of promising candidates who are doing research in International Tax Law.

We kindly ask you to inform us if you are interested in applying for an Ernst Mach grant by Friday, 15.December 2018 (as the closing date for applications will probably be on Friday, 1.February 2019 for research periods within the academic year 2019/20).

Along with the requested documents (see the link here) we would need the following information:

  • CV

  • Publication list

  • preferred date of beginning and end of your research stay

  • second preference for start and end

  • topic and a brief outline of your doctoral thesis

Please note: applications are possible for periods within the academic year 2019/20 (i.e. between October 1, 2019, and September 30, 2020)

We are looking forward to receiving your applications by email to                                caroline.ristic@wu.ac.at

Kind regards
Michael Lang / Alexander Rust/ Josef Schuch / Claus Staringer / Pasquale Pistone / Alfred Storck / Jeffrey Owens


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