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HIRING ALERT: Non-Resident Associate Fellowships at NATO Defence College

HIRING ALERT: Non-Resident Associate Fellowships at NATO Defence College

Exciting news for aspiring scholars and researchers! The NATO Defence College (NDC) is currently seeking applications for its non-resident associate fellowship program. This is your chance to contribute to the vital research conducted by one of the world’s foremost institutions in defense and security studies.

Deadline: April 2, 2024

The associate fellowship program offers opportunities for both junior and senior fellows to engage in meaningful research activities. Here’s what you need to know:

Junior Fellowships:

  • Aimed at identifying and nurturing next-generation leaders and scholars.
  • Participants will engage in conferences, seminars, and professional development activities, both in-person and online.
  • Eligibility: MA degree in any discipline, less than five years of work experience post-graduation, and outstanding career achievements.

Senior Fellowships:

  • Designed to strengthen the capabilities of the NDC’s Research Division through publications, workshops, and mentoring.
  • Eligibility: Completed PhD at least five years prior to the application year, an impressive publication record, and recognized expertise in their field.

General Requirements:

  • Open to nationals from NATO and NATO partner countries.
  • Both junior and senior fellows will be affiliated with the NDC’s Research Division on a non-residential basis.
  • Junior fellows will participate in annual workshops and other activities, while senior fellows will contribute to publications and organize workshops.


  • Non-resident fellows are not employed by NATO or the NATO Defence College but will be remunerated for their contributions.
  • Junior fellowships are initially for one year but can be extended, while senior fellowships are for two years with the possibility of renewal.

Application Procedure:

  • Interested candidates should email their applications to
  • Junior fellows should submit a one-page CV, a one-page cover letter describing their interests, and a sample publication or description of professional achievements.
  • Senior fellows should provide a one-page CV, a one-page research proposal, and an example of academic writing.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge research in defense and security studies. Apply now and be a part of the NDC’s esteemed network of scholars and researchers!

For more information and to apply, visit: NATO Defence College Fellowship Application