Apply by: July 15, 2022
Organization: National University of Singapore Centre for International Law
Location: Singapore, Singapore
The National University of Singapore (NUS) Centre for International Law (CIL) is launching the CIL ASEAN Research Fellowship Programme (ARF) for Oceans Law and Policy. The objective of the ARF is to further develop research capabilities and knowledge of scholars and/or government officials from ASEAN member states by immersing them in a dynamic and supportive research environment where they can enhance their understanding of oceans law and policy.
The ARF Programme (Oceans Law and Policy) provides an exciting opportunity to engage with and learn from other oceans law and policy scholars and experts in the CIL Oceans Law and Policy Team. CIL may also provide the ARF with other opportunities to attend regional and international conferences, workshops and symposiums as well as other scholarly opportunities.
The CIL ARF Programme (Oceans Law and Policy) invites candidates from one of the ASEAN member states to come and spend between 6 and 12 months at CIL to engage in research in oceans law and policy and other related scholarly activities. If selected, the ARF will be expected to research and write on topics related to oceans law and policy under the guidance of the Programme, Emeritus Professor Prof Robert Beckman and/or other senior members of the Oceans Law and Policy Team. The ARF may also be expected to help with organization of conferences and workshops related to their scholarly work. The key deliverable of the ARF is a research paper which the ARF will be expected to present at the end of the Programme.
CIL welcomes applicants who have an LLM in public international law and/or maritime law and who have working experience in an academic research institute, international organization or government agency. Government officials from ASEAN member states with the relevant experience are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applications open 6 June 2022 and close on 15 July 2022. Interested applicants are invited to apply online by 15 July 2022 with a:
- Covering letter detailing their experience, why they want to work at CIL under the ARF Programme and any particular research interests;
- a detailed curriculum vitae (no more than 3 pages) setting out their educational and work history;
- 1 sample of written work;
- The names and details of one Referee.
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