8 New Research Positions will be offered in early spring within the INTEGRIM Marie Curie Initial Training Network:
This project aims to research on policies and pathways of integration processes concerning migrants and minorities in European societies. The early-stage research positions offered in this call are open to students exploring issues related to migration and the integration of migrants in European societies, whose doctoral research should fit into the following INTEGRIM themes:
1. Identity and cultural integration;
2. Citizenship and political participation;
3. Labour and social integration;
4. Urban integration, residential patterns and mobility.
The ESR posts should ideally be assigned to PhD candidates who are already in more advanced stages of their doctoral research and the elaboration of their thesis (applicants should have no more than 4 years of full-time research experience since obtaining the degree that entitles them to pursue doctoral studies). The programme offers them the possibility of enjoying a one-year-long research stay at one of the academic institutions of the network (or two years in the case of Central European University), either to improve their analysis or to develop the corresponding field work for their projects.”