IIASA-Brazil Postdoctoral Fellowship

Brazilian nationals and permanent residents are eligible to apply for postdoctoral fellowships at IIASA.

Funding is provided by the Brazilian Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES) for up to 24 months covering travel allowance, settling-in allowance, monthly living stipend and health insurance allowance.

Application procedure

  1. Go to the CAPES website where you will find a "registration form" in the "related documents" section. Please complete the form and send to to request a nomination letter from IIASA. Please note part of the form requires candidates to develop and submit a research proposal that interfaces their own research interests with the research agenda of one of the various activities pursued at IIASA; in order to find the program suitable for your research please view our research page.
  2. Go to the CAPES website to fill out the "online registration" (found under "available links") and submit all documents listed under "General Regulations for CAPES/IIASA Programs".

Questions should be directed to

Note: In addition to the IIASA-Brazil Postdoctoral Fellowship, please not that you are also eligible to apply to the IIASA-funded postdoctoral fellowships.


Applications for the 2016/2017 call are now closed. Details of the 2017/2018 call will be announced soon, please keep checking our website. 


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Last edited: 21 March 2017


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