The IAS is founded to cater for about 1,200 AMU academics involved in research in the area of HUMSOC as defined in the IDUB excellence program. HUMSOC fields at AMU offer the highest potential for research internationalization, despite being highly diffused across fifteen faculties. The IAS will offer a variety of opportunities funded internally by the IDUB excellence program, as well as by external funding sources – including national and international research grants and fellowship schemes.
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