Thanks to the generous support DARIAH-EU grants the European Summer University in Digital Humanities, a number of tuition fellowships will be available for (doctoral) students and young scholars who are not members of Leipzig University. The fellowships cover the participation fees.

Winners of such a fellowship accept the obligation of writing a report about the European Summer University and the experiences they gathered during the event, illustrating it with pictures of the event and sending it to DARIAH-EU in electronic form no later than three weeks after the end of the Summer University. The text and the pictures will be published on the DARIAH-EU website and promoted through social media channels. Here you can find reports about former editions of the European Summer University: https://www.dariah.eu/2019/09/25/reflections-from-the-european-summer-university-in-digital-humanities-university-of-leipzig-2019/ and https://www.dariah.eu/2021/11/12/reflections-from-the-european-summer-university-in-digital-humanities-university-of-leipzig-2021/

To apply for a DARIAH-EU fellowship, a well written application (500-700 words) in English, including a short statement on your research interests and information on your status (student, young scholar, …), your university affiliation and the reason why you apply for the fellowship, has to be submitted as a file via ConfTool. The selection of the fellows is done by a committee consisting of DARIAH-EU representatives and members of ESU’s Scientific Committee.

Preference will be given to applicants (in the following order) from

1) Eastern European Countries, including Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia;

2) Southeastern European Countries, including Greece, Turkey and Cyprus;

3) Central European Countries but excluding Austria;

4) other European Countries;

5) other countries.

Only applications by registered participants are considered.