Ukrainian Studies Foundation in Australia Fellowship
The Library offers a specialist fellowship to support applicants wanting to utilise the Library’s collections on a project exploring Ukrainian history and/or culture.
The Library’s collection includes holdings documenting migration and settlement, literature, history, politics and popular culture.
The fellowship carries a grant of $22,000 and is for five months full time, or longer if undertaken in a part-time capacity.
Please note: This fellowship is being offered in 2016–17 and 2017–18. The project must explore the contribution of the Ukrainian community within Australia. Please include how you intend to do this in your response to Question 10 in the application form.
Applications for the 2016–17 fellowship closed on Sunday 17 April 2016.
If you have specific questions about the Ukrainian Studies Foundation in Australia Fellowship requirements or selection process, contact Gail Schmidt at email@example.com or on 03 8664 7335.
About the fellowship
The Ukrainian Studies Foundation in Australia aims to preserve Ukrainian language and the teaching of Ukrainian history and culture by providing educational and charitable endowments to commemorate the memory of Taras Shevchenko and other worthy Ukrainians.
The foundation supports the establishment of departments of Ukrainian studies in public universities and provides prizes, scholarships and grants.