The scholarships have been named after the Polish Judge and international lawyer, Bohdan Winiarski. Applications are open to Ph.D. candidates, Ph.D. holders and other academics who are nationals of the following countries:
  1. The Visegrad Group States and Western Balkans States (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, as well as North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo) – one scholarship;
  2. Eastern Partnership States (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) – one scholarship.

Each scholarship has a value of £2,600 and is intended to go towards the costs of a research visit of 8 weeks at the Lauterpacht Centre. Any costs in excess of that amount shall be the responsibility of the selected candidate.


Bohdan Winiarski Scholarship 2020
Professor Bohdan Winiarski (1932) 

The Lauterpacht Centre provides a center for research in Cambridge for legal practitioners and academics from around the world. The Winiarski scholar will be welcomed as part of the community of visiting scholars at the Centre. While in Cambridge, visiting scholars have the opportunity to meet with other researchers in their field and are encouraged to participate fully in the activities of the Centre, including the Friday lectures and the work-in-progress seminars of the visiting fellows/scholars. Visiting scholars have automatic access to the Centre’s Library and access by the application to the University Library and the Faculty of Law’s Squire Law Library.

Application deadline: 5 pm, Monday 17 June 2019

Winiarski Scholarship Application Form 2020

Winiarski Scholarship Application Terms and Conditions and Guidance Notes 2020