Museo del Prado Research Scholarships: Application deadline 7 May 2016

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Museo del Prado and Fundación Gondra Barandiarán Research Scholarships (Madrid)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 7 May 2016

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR TWO FUNDACIÓN GONDRA BARANDIARÁN-MUSEO DEL PRADO RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS

Centro de Estudios, Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain, September 01, 2016
Application deadline: May 7, 2016

The Fundación Gondra Barandiarán and the Museo Nacional del Prado have signed an agreement allowing the two institutions to jointly sponsor a program consisting of two remunerated scholarships for researchers involved with any aspect of art history related to the Museo del Prado’s collections.
This agreement stipulates the awarding of two scholarships: a senior scholarship for researchers over the age of 40, and a junior scholarship for those beneath that age. These scholarships will be funded by the Fundación Gondra Barandiarán and will have a maximum duration of three months each. The two scholarships will be carried out at the Museo del Prado’s Centro de Estudios (Research Center) in the Casón del Buen Retiro, beginning in September 2016.
The scholarships will be awarded following a competition based on the principles of objectivity, transparency, equality, non-discrimination and public access.

Provision
The senior scholarship is endowed with 9,000€ (nine thousand Euros), consisting of 3,000€ (three thousand Euros) per month for a maximum of three months. The junior scholarship is endowed with 6,000€ (six thousand Euros), consisting of 2,000€ (two thousand Euros) per month for a maximum of three months.

Further information via H-ARTHIST: Please click here.

 

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