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Visegrad Scholarships at Open Society Archives Launched

May 7th, 2010


 

The International Visegrad Fund (IVF) launched a new program of research fellowships at the Open Society Archives (OSA) within the Central European University in Budapest. Heads of both institutions--IVF's Executive Director Petr Vágner and OSA's Director István Rév--concluded the agreement in the presence of the Czech Foreign Minister, H.E. Jan Kohout, in Prague on 7 May 2010. The program titled Visegrad Scholarship at Open Society Archives will enable scholars, researchers, artists and journalists to use the collection of the OSA during their fellowship stays of up to 2 months. Altogether 10 fellowships are available annually--8 reserved for citizens of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries and 2 available for non-V4 applicants. More information:

 


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