CAM-CCBC launched this year the fifth edition of the CAM-CCBC Program of Research Scholarships, in a partnership with Max-Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (MPIL), destined to doctorate or post-doctorate students. The selected professional will be granted a scholarship for research of a month in the institution’s headquarters, in Hamburg (Germany).
The Program translates the Center’s effort for the promotion and development of the studies of arbitration in Brazil and abroad, broadening and diversifying opportunities for Brazilian professionals in the best global study centers. It is also a stimulus to the exchange of experiences and knowledge.
Due to the restrictions imposed by the current global scenario, the scholarship will now be granted for the first or second semesters of 2021. Therefore, all deadlines were extended, including for enrollment and choice of the student by the Scientific Committee.
The rules for the program are available exclusively in Portuguese – once it is destined for a Brazilian student – on CAM-CCBC’s website: ccbc.org.br/cam-ccbc-centro-arbitragem-mediacao/en/home/eventos/scholarships/