OLD_Erasmus Mundus International Fellowships

The SAHC Consortium is available to host outstanding third-country scholars (individuals enrolled in a third-country Higher Education Institution) who are interested in contributing to the Master Course programme and in strengthening academic partnerships with the SAHC Consortium. Interested scholars may receive scholarships for teaching and research activities for a period ranging from two weeks to three months in the Consortium's institutions. Unfortunately, no grants or financial assistance are available for European applicants.

Each scholar will receive a grant of 1,950 Euro per week. The scholarships, sponsored by European Commission under the scope of Erasmus Mundus Programme, are available to outstanding scholars that have applied in due time, have an outstanding academic and/or professional experience and that are third-country citizens and residents. Further details on Erasmus Mundus scholarships can be obtained from the  European Commission's website.

Interested scholars in an Eramus Mundus International Fellowship for the 2015/2016 academic year are invited to send an e-mail to the SAHC Secretariat enclosing a copy of their Curriculum Vitae together with this application form duly filled in, no later than March 20, 2015.

The following Scholars have contributed to SAHC:
- Daniel P. ABRAMS, University of Illinois, USA
- David T. BIGGS, Ryan-Biggs Associates, USA
- Thomas BOOTHBY, Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Chistian CARLONI, University of Hartford, USA
- Mohamed CHEMROUK, University of Science and Technology Houari Boumedien, Algeria
- Samir CHIDIAC, McMaster University, Canada
- Mandar DEWOOLKAR, University of Vermont, USA
- Raafat El-HACHA, University of Calgary, Canada
- Khalid EL HARROUNI, National School of Architecture, Morocco
- Mariana ESPONDA, Carleton University, Canada 
- Qinghua GUO, University of Melbourne, Australia 
- Ahmad A. HAMID, Drexel University, USA
- Mehrdad HEJAZI, University of Isfahan, Iran
- Jason INGHAM, University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Takashi MATSUMOTO, Hokkaido University, Japan 
- Khalid MOSALAM, University of California, Berkeley, USA 
- Joseph NGOWI, Ardhi University, Tanzania
- Agustín ORDUÑA, University of Colima, Mexico  
- Yaacov SCHAFFER, Tel Aviv University, Israel 
- Aoki TAKAYOSHI, Nagoya City University, Japan
- Daniel TORREALVA, Catholic University of Peru, Peru
Angela VALLE, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil


Third-countries are all countries other than:
   - the 28 EU Member States
   - the EEA-EFTA states (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway)

The twelve month rule does not apply to scholars, meaning that they can have worked for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in any of the above countries.