Applications for the 2019 International Law Fellowship Programme are currently being accepted. The deadline for applications is 20 February 2019.


The United Nations International Law Fellowship Programme is organized by the Codification Division of the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs.

The Fellowship Programme provides high-quality training by prominent international law scholars and practitioners on a broad range of core topics of international law. In addition, the interactive nature of the training allows the participants to share experiences and exchange ideas, which promotes greater understanding and cooperation on contemporary issues of international law.

The Fellowship Programme is intended to enable qualified professionals, in particular government officials and teachers of international law from developing countries and countries with emerging economies, to deepen their knowledge of international law and of the legal work of the United Nations.

The Fellowship Programme accommodates up to 21 participants.

The Programme
The Fellowship Programme consists of an annual six-week summer course at the Peace Palace in The Hague, the Netherlands. The participants attend lectures and seminars in international law organized by the Codification Division as well as the public international law session at The Hague Academy of International Law.

The lectures and seminars organized by the Codification Division are given by prominent international law scholars and practitioners from different regions and legal systems.

The Fellowship Programme is conducted in English or French. The 2019 Programme will be conducted in English.

The United Nations International Law Fellowship Programme is conducted under the United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dissemination and Wider Appreciation of International Law, established by General Assembly resolution 2099 (XX) of 20 December 1965 and most recently mandated by General Assembly resolution 73/201 of 20 December 2018.

2019 Fellowship Programme

The 2019 Fellowship Programme will be held at the Peace Palace in The Hague, the Netherlands, from 1 July to 9 August 2019. It will be conducted in English.

The topics that will be covered in the seminars and lectures organized by the Codification Division may include:

International law
Treaty law
State responsibility
International peace and security
Peaceful settlement of international disputes
Diplomatic and consular law
International organizations
United Nations institutions and law making
The work of the International Law Commission
International human rights law
International humanitarian law
International criminal law
International environmental law
Law of the sea
International trade law
International investment law
Legal research
Legislative drafting
For further information on the topics covered by the public international law session at The Hague Academy, see the website of the Academy.

More information and the application system, click here.

Since 1975, CSEAS has had an established visiting scholarship program to promote research activities in and on the region by distinguished scholars. To date, over 350 – many of them leading researchers in their respective fields- have availed themselves of the Center’s considerable scholarly resources to engage in path breaking, multidisciplinary research and develop comparative, historical, and global perspectives on Southeast Asia.

CSEAS hosts scholars and researchers who work on comparative and regional issues from a multi-area perspective, and are interested in spending time in Kyoto, Japan to conduct research, write, or pursue other scholarly interests in connection with their field of study. With considerable scholarly resources, CSEAS also offers the invigorating atmosphere of scenic Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan and the main repository of the country’s cultural treasures, to enable researchers to pursue their interests in Southeast Asian area studies.

The Center’s multi-disciplinary character and the diverse research interests of our faculty offer visiting research scholars an ideal opportunity for the exchange of ideas, collaboration, and the cultivation of comparative perspectives.

Fourteen fellowships are awarded annually on a competitive basis. Fellowships are between a period of three to six-months.

Applicants are not limited to scholars: CSEAS has hosted government officials, journalists, public intellectuals, librarians, NGO workers, IT specialists, and other professionals on short-term visits.

While in Kyoto, we encourage scholars to participate in CSEAS conferences, seminars, and workshops and submit articles to the Center’s flagship journal Southeast Asian Studies, The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, and the CSEAS Newsletter. Fellows are expected to reside in Kyoto for the duration of their fellowship and deliver a public lecture during their term. We also encourage fellows to consider submitting manuscripts to one of our book series.

Successful applicants will receive an appropriate stipend to cover international travel and living expenses in Kyoto and research funds will be provided to facilitate work. Funds will also be allocated for domestic travel, subject to government regulations. Visiting Research Scholars are considered as employees of Kyoto University and are therefore subject to some of the University’s regulations.

Fellowship Slots and Periods

Seven fellowships, including one librarian position, will become available on the following dates:

  • 1) September 1, 2019
  • 2) October 1, 2019
  • 3) January 8, 2020
  • 4) January 16, 2020
  • 5) March 1, 2020


Applicants must be productive scholars of high reputation under 65 years of age at the time of the fellowship appointment; those over 65 may be considered only if they are outstanding. This fellowship is not available to individuals currently pursuing graduate degrees or post-doctoral studies. Only experienced librarians are eligible to apply for the library position. Scholars who have previously held CSEAS fellowships must wait six years after the completion of their fellowships before reapplying.

Application Procedure

Applicants must submit their applications via our online form. Online applications must have the following documents attached separately.

Please send the files in PDF format by E-mail (

  • b) A curriculum vitae (must not exceed 5 pages and must include a list of all major publications)
  • c) A research plan for the fellowship term (Please write a concise overview of your research project for your stay at CSEAS within 2 pages. Please download and use this form. Please use double space and include paragraph descriptions.)
  • d) Two Recommendation Letters (Applicants must also contact their respective referees and request them to send their letters of recommendations to CSEAS via email. The letter should be written in their institution’s letterhead.)

Application Deadline

Applications for the 2019 fellowships must reach us no later than February 28, 2019. We regret that we cannot entertain individual queries or follow-ups about the results of selection by email, fax, or telephone. Applicants will be notified of their application status by the end of May 2019.

All academics, practitioners, lawyers, and government officials around the world are invited to submit a proposal.

Conference Theme: Global Governance at a Critical Moment: Insights from Asia
The year 2019 will mark a century since the signing of the Covenant of the League of Nations. In the wake of the two world wars, people pledged to establish conditions under which justice and respect for international law can be maintained.
International organizations and institutions, including treaty and non-treaty bodies as well as administrative and judicial bodies, have since been developed in the pursuit of peace and prosperity. They range from universal organizations, such as the United Nations, to regional ones, such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Their respective mandates extend over a wide range of areas such as security, environment, human rights, economy, and dispute settlement. They have been lauded as contributing to global governance, of which Asia has been both a beneficiary and a promoter.
Today, distrust of international organizations and institutions is spreading among people. They are being criticized for not only failing to properly address the concerns of the international community but also undermining its essential values. The demand for the restructuring of global governance is growing. Amid the rise of populism, global governance stands at a crossroads of demise or resurrection. The objective of the Conference is to look back at the history of global governance and look ahead to its future.

Proposals for papers are welcome in all areas of international law, including:
・theory and history of international law
・international organizations and other systems and institutions
・international dispute settlement, including international courts and tribunals
・international humanitarian law
・international environmental and energy law
・law of the sea
・international commercial law
・international trade and investment law
・international human rights law

Submission Details
Proposals must be sent to by 31 January 2019.
Submission must include the following:
1. An abstract of an unpublished paper (The abstract must be no more than 500 words, including the title.)
2. The proposal author’s CV of no more than 2 pages (The CV must include the author’s contact details and a list of relevant publications. It should also indicate whether the author is a member of the Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law and/or the Asian Society of International Law.)
*The abstract and the CV must be in English and in a single PDF file.

Review of Proposals
Proposals will be reviewed by the Research and Planning Committee of the Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law. The authors of accepted proposals will be notified by early March 2019.

Full Papers
The authors of accepted proposals must submit a full paper by 30 June 2019. The paper must not be published elsewhere. The paper will be made available to the participants of the Conference.

Registration Fees and Expenses
All speakers and panelists are exempt from registration fees for the Conference. Please note that the registration fees do not include lunch and reception. All participants, including the speakers and panelists, must be able to cover their own travel and accommodation expenses.

Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award is awarded to a speaker who presents the best paper at the Conference. The awarded speaker will receive a grant of JPY50,000.

The working language of the Conference is English. A few sessions in Japanese may be conducted concurrently.

For inquiries about the Conference, please contact

The scholarship department of the Heinrich Böll Foundation grants scholarships to graduates, and doctoral students from outside Germany. An application for a scholarship for an undergraduate degree is not possible.

The application deadline is 1 March. Please note: We only accept online applications. The application portal will be opened about 6 weeks before the application deadline.

International applicants have to prove their proficiency in German. Good or very good knowledge of the German language is required (at least B2 Level or DSH2).

You can find all the information here

Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) is offering 3 CSC (China Scholarship Council) scholarship to students the leading universities in Italy to pursue Master or PhD degree program at BIT.

 Overview of the CSC scholarship

The CSC scholarship covers the tuition fee, the accommodation, the comprehensive medical insurance and the monthly living allowance (CNY 3,000 for masters and CNY 3,500 for PhDs). The international air fare is not covered.

The scholarship will be offered to the students during their stay at Beijing Institute of Technology for the period of the Master programs (2 years) and PhD programs (4 years).

 English-taught master programs

As BIT is a public university focusing on engineering programs, so if the master candidates apply for the following English-taught programs, there will be higher chances for them to be selected as the 2019 CSC scholarship holders.

※Aeronautics & Space Science and Technology

※Mechanical Engineering
※Computer Science and Technology
※Control Science and Engineering

※Electronics Science and Technology

※Information and Communication Engineering

※Chemical Engineering and Technology※Chemistry

※Armament Science and Technology

※Safety Science & Engineering


Please refer to our Admission Book 2019 (Attachment II) for more programs and it is noted that all the programs can be taught in Chinese at all levels and conducted in English for the PhDstudents.

 Language requirements

With regards to the English-taught programs at BIT, if English is not the native language and the students are attending a school where English is not the language of instruction, the students are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL, minimum score: 85) or the International English Language Testing System Academic (IELTS Academic, minimum score: 5.5).

In terms of the Chinese-taught programs, the applicants are required to pass the HSK 5 exam, and the certificate of which is one of the essential application materials.

 Application deadlines
For any prospective CSC candidates, please fill in the following Preliminary Registration Form

and send it to our E-mail address at before December 31, 2018.

After receiving the Preliminary Registration Form, we will contact the qualified applicants in person and inform them of the detailed application procedures, which include two rounds of review and one online video interview.

We will update your prestigious university on the number of the CSC candidates and their applied programs in mid-January, and when the whole pre-admission is finished, you will be informed about who are eventually selected.

If you have any questions about the scholarship programs, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

For more information, please click this link.


Inaugurated in 2006, the Fellowship Program offers full or partial doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship support to a small number of scholars pursuing research in areas related to the IGLPs ongoing work. The number of Fellowships awarded each year depends upon the available funding.

Who can apply

The Institute welcomes all interested doctoral and post-doctoral scholars who are currently pursuing research in the areas of global law, economic policy, and social justice to apply for our residential Fellowships. Alumni of IGLP Workshops are especially encouraged to apply.


Fellows are awarded a competitive stipend commensurate with experience, and taking into consideration other research support held by Fellows. The Fellowship also includes a shared office at the Institute, a computer and printer, access to the Law School’s Libraries as well as other libraries at Harvard. With the permission of the teaching faculty member, IGLP Fellows may audit Law School courses on a non-credit basis.

How to apply

Click here to apply online.

Application Deadline: February 22, 2019.



The International Court of Justice (ICJ) invites applications for the 2019-2020 Judicial Fellows Programme.

The Programme was established in 1999 to enable recent law graduates to gain experience working at the ICJ. It aims to improve participants’ understanding of international law and of the Court’s procedures by actively involving them in the work of the Court and allowing them to build on their experience under the supervision of a judge.

The Programme is highly selective. The Court accepts up to 15 participants a year – not more than one from each nominating university. The Court looks in particular for candidates who have excellent results in their law studies, and who have studied, published or worked in international law. Candidates will usually be in the early stages of their legal careers (e.g., within three years of graduation).

Some have practical experience in private or public practice, including work at another court or international organization, and/or post-graduate studies in international law. The Court seeks diversity of nationality in making the selection.

Submission of applications and selection of candidates

While it is possible to nominate a single candidate, the Court encourages universities to propose more than one. Universities are also strongly encouraged to limit nominations to candidates who have excellent results in their law studies and who have demonstrated an interest in international law through their studies, publications or work experience. The Court does not accept applications from individuals.

Universities interested in submitting applications should follow this link.

The deadline for the submission of applications is 8 February 2019.

The Court is expected to reach its final decision in March/April 2019. Nominating universities will be notified accordingly.

Queries may be directed to the Deputy-Registrar of the ICJ at the email

Telephone: +31 70 302 23 23

The Certified Student Internship Program is one embodiment of the Ministry of BUMN program “BUMN Present for the Country”.
The Indonesian Human Capital Forum (FHCI) which is a forum for managers and practitioners of Human Capital Management in the SOE environment, Providing opportunities for students to channel potential and explore experiences in BUMN (link and match universities with industry) through the Certified Student Internship Program.
PMMB is a form of FHCI’s commitment to becoming a learning forum to produce HC Indonesia which is globally competitive and open to universities throughout the archipelago.

For more information, please read this following link

Thousands of students from all around the world apply for higher educational studies in Hungary each year. The number of Stipendium Hungaricum applicants is continuously increasing as well as the number of available scholarship places. In the 2018/2019 round of applications, more than 4100 scholarships were awarded. In the academic year 2019/2020 more than 5000 students can begin their studies in Hungary in the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme.

The programme is based on bilateral educational cooperation agreements signed between the Ministries responsible for education in the sending countries/territories and Hungary or between institutions. Currently around 70 Sending Partners are engaged in the programme throughout 5 different continents and the geographical scope of the programme is spreading each year.

The new Call for Applications 2019/2020 is available below and the application platform is open! The deadline for applications is 15 January 2019.