EARMA Fellowships

The EARMA Fellowship Program is intended to reduce barriers to international research administration and create an administrative environment conducive to international collaboration and promote mutual learning across the European and International network of research managers and administrators. It is expected that the Fellow’s employing organisation will facilitate the Fellow’s travelling and accommodation.

EARMA Fellowship applications are open year round. All final payments are made on the basis of a completed, publishable report submitted to EARMA.
There are two kinds of Fellowship;

EARMA International Fellowships (EIF) 

EARMA International Fellowships support EARMA members to undertake short working visits to research offices in other countries particularly those who are members of our International partners. The program will provide an opportunity for international research administrators to travel to research organizations abroad and immerse themselves in a program of mutual learning and knowledge exchange. Fellows would be expected to pass on their experiences and knowledge of how research administration management operates at their institution, identify best practices and local knowledge of the host institution, and also to respect all organizational rules and cultural practices. If your institution is interested in becoming a host institution please click HERE

EARMA Intra-European Fellowship (EIEF)

This programme will support short term visits by EARMA members to other EARMA hosts in Europe. Ideally, these fellowships will work in support of an agreed mentoring plan and should allow mentor and mentored to travel. The Board will support this programme on receipt of a final report.


Guide for Applicants

On-line application

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Advanced Training Centre (FTU)
Research Professional is  EARMA’s Official Media Sponsor. 


EARMA represents the community of Research Managers and Administrators within Europe. Our members work at the forefront of building the European Research Area.


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