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Date: 2019-01-09
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Subject: International Visiting Postdoctoral Fellowships - The School of Cities - University of Toronto

International Visiting Postdoctoral Fellowships


The School of Cities offers non-stipendiary International Visiting Fellowships to international scholars working on cutting-edge urban-focused research projects.


We provide unique scholarly opportunities for urban-focused interdisciplinary and collaborative learning, mentorship and research to excellent international scholars with a passion for cities and critical urban challenge research, motivated to pursue an innovative and impactful project, and available to participate in the School of Cities program activities and contribute to the School of Cities community in unique ways.


The duration of the fellowship is flexible with a minimum residency of one month.

Fellows are required to actively participate in the School of Cities activities and programs, interact with faculty and students, give a seminar and participate in colloquia to communicate the results of their research during their residency.

At the University of Toronto, each postdoctoral or visiting scholar needs a faculty host or mentor.

To apply, send the following by e-mail to: postdocfellowship.sofc@utoronto.ca


 If you have any further questions, please contact: schoolofcities@utoronto.ca



*2019 fellowship applications may be considered on a rolling basis beyond the set deadlines.


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