Onassis Foundation

Deadline: 31/01/2001
September 29, 2003

The foundation announces the seventh annual programme of research grants and educational scholarships starting on October 1 2001. Category AI grants are open to full university professors (of other than Greek nationality) who wish to visit Greece in order to conduct scholarly research or to collaborate with educational or reseach institutions and/or organisations.

Up to ten grants for a one month stay in Greece will be alloted, for the academic year 2001-2002. The following fields are eligible: humanities, arts, social sciences.
Address: Secretariat, 7 Aeschinou Street, 105 58 Athens, Greece
Telephone: (003 01) 37 13 000 Fax: (003 01) 37 13 013
Email: pubrel@onassis.gr

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