Scholarship 2024

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Announcement of the Szondi Institute Scholarship
for the XXIIIth Congress of the International Szondi Association

The Szondi Institute in Zürich is delighted to announce a scholarship opportunity designed specifically to support young researchers under the age of 40 in the field of Fate Analysis. This scholarship aims to foster the next generation of scholars and practitioners by providing them with a platform to showcase their innovative research at the XXIIIth Congress of the International Szondi Association.

Scholarship Details:

  • Purpose: To assist young researchers under 40 in presenting their groundbreaking work in fate-analysis at an international forum, thereby contributing to the advancement of the field.
  • Awards: The seven most compelling research papers will be honored with an award of 500 CHF each, and the recipients will have their congress registration fees waived.
  • Research Paper Requirements: Submissions are invited in the form of experimental studies, theoretical essays, or case studies related to fate-analysis, showcasing originality and scholarly rigor.
  • Eligibility: This scholarship is open to researchers under the age of 40, including MA and PhD students, academic staff, and practitioners in the field, demonstrating a keen interest and contribution to fate-analysis.
  • Presentation: Awardees are required to present their research in person at the congress, scheduled to take place in Leuven, Belgium, from 18-20 July 2024.
  • Publication: Winning papers will be published in Szondiana, further disseminating the researchers' contributions to a wider audience.
  • Acknowledgment: Both the oral presentation at the congress and the published paper must acknowledge the support provided by the Szondi Institute.

Application Process:

  1. Eligibility: The scholarship is specifically intended for young researchers under the age of 40, encompassing MA and PhD students, academic staff, and practitioners in Fate Analysis.
  2. Submission: Candidates must submit their research in English or French along with a personal statement that reflects their commitment to and aspirations within the field of Fate Analysis. Link: Application Form
  3. Deadline: All application materials must be submitted by 31 May 2024.

Selection Criteria:

  • Alignment with fate-analysis themes
  • Innovation and originality
  • Depth of research and analysis
  • Contribution to the field and potential impact

This scholarship represents an exceptional opportunity for young researchers to engage with a global community, gain recognition for their work, and contribute to the evolution of Fate Analysis. The Szondi Institute is eager to support emerging talent and looks forward to discovering the innovative research that will shape the future of the field.

We encourage all eligible researchers to apply and wish you the best in your endeavors to advance the understanding of Fate Analysis!