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NIAS offers time and space to interact with renowned scholars from different backgrounds. It provides researchers with an opportunity to spend time away from the everyday demands and constraints of the university system. The academic environment at NIAS is conducive to bring academic work to fruition while encouraging the generation of new approaches and ideas.
NIAS Fellows are allotted a personal office with a computer and internet connection, and are entitled to make use of the library and support services. Lunches on weekdays, coffee and tea as well as a monthly contribution to academic and social activities are all included in the fellowship.
NIAS has twelve furnished studio apartments located at Kloveniersburgwal 23 1011 JV Amsterdam next to the Royal Academy's Trippenhuis Building, a 5minute walk to the NIAS offices. These studios can be rented by individual fellows from abroad at a subsidized rent of 250 euro/month.
Family apartments in the Amsterdam area are available for fellows from abroad who stay at NIAS for a minimum of one semester. The four furnished two-bedroom family apartments are located at Stadionplein in south west Amsterdam. These family apartments are a 20minute tram ride (tram number 16 - every 5 minutes) away from the NIAS main building. The subsidized rent for a family apartment is 750 euro/month.
Fellows from the Netherlands living within an acceptable range of the Institute (e.g. a one-hour commute) are expected to commute daily. Travel expenses are reimbursed on the basis of government regulations. Fellows from the Netherlands living further away may be able to occupy one of our studios. However, studios are in great demand, therefore can only be assigned on the basis of availability. If you are assigned a studio, travel expenses will not be reimbursed.
Please note that domestic animals are not allowed in the offices, studios or family apartments.
The Institute reimburses one second-class international return ticket for Fellows from abroad. Family members’ travel costs will not be reimbursed.
The arrangements for stipends and subsidies described below are for NIAS Individual Fellowships and vary for Co-sponsored Fellowships. Please go to each specific Co-sponsored fellowship page for details (see here).
Fellows from a Dutch university – Teaching replacement subsidy
Fellows who hold a position at a university in the Netherlands can apply for a teaching replacement subsidy to cover the hours of teaching in their university appointment. The replacement subsidy for fellows that hold a position at a university in the Netherlands is calculated on the basis of the costs for replacing the teaching duties of the fellow during his/her stay at NIAS. This means that a replacement subsidy can only be requested for the teaching part of the appointment of the Fellow. For example, a junior applicant with a 0.6 FTE teaching duty can apply for a replacement subsidy of 0.6 * € 2,600.- = € 1,560.-.
The maximum monthly replacement subsidy is up to € 3,800.- for senior fellows and up to € 2,600.- for junior fellows (the stated amounts are based on full time equivalent replacement). This replacement subsidy is to be regarded as an opportunity to provide a younger scholar with teaching experience.
Fellows from abroad - Stipend
NIAS may offer a stipend to researchers who work and live abroad in the case of loss of income.
The NIAS budget for stipends and replacement subsidies is not large enough to offer each fellow a full stipend or replacement subsidy. All fellows from abroad are therefore expected to negotiate with their home institutions or another institution or foundation to cover their salary entirely or in part. If the home institution cannot cover the full salary of the Fellow for the duration of their stay at NIAS, a monthly stipend may be offered of up to € 3,800.- for senior fellows (plus ten years after obtaining Ph.D.) and up to € 2,600.- for junior fellows (less than 10 years after obtaining Ph.D.).
In some cases, also for fellows from abroad, an agreement can be made with the university at which the fellow is working to provide the university with a replacement grant instead of a stipend, for the teaching obligations of the fellow.
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