Summer research graduate programme
This programme is aimed at highly promising PhD students who have completed their coursework and are in the dissertation stage of their studies in economics, finance, statistics, mathematics or another related field.
About the programme
Research graduates will have the opportunity to visit the ECB's Directorate General Research for three months during the summer, carry out research and learn about the day-to-day work of the Directorate General.
Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply in order to enhance the diversity of the workforce at the ECB.
Applications for the Summer Graduate Research Programme open in winter each year.
The campaign for SGRP 2019 is already closed. We will publish the opening for the SGRP 2020 at the end of 2019. For more information on the programme, please contact [email protected].
In particular, the participants in this programme are expected to contribute to the work of the Directorate General as follows:
- carry out research on a topic of relevance for the ECB (as outlined in the research proposal submitted when applying for the programme), under the supervision of a senior economist in the Directorate General;
- present the results of this research in a seminar at the end of the visit;
- interact with economists in the Directorate General and from across the ECB;
- become familiar with the working environment in the Directorate General and, more generally, with the ECB and its policy challenges.
Past summer research graduates
|Bence Bardoczy||Northwestern University|
|Sylverie Herbert||Cornell University|
|Carolina Lopez-Quiles||European University Institute|
|Christian Wolf||Princeton University|
|Flora Budianto||Freie Universit?t Berlin|
|Adriana Grasso||LUISS Guido Carli|
|Christian H?ynck||Universitat Pompeu Fabra|
|Yann Koby||Princeton University|
|Cesare Buiatti||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Caterina Forti Grazzini||Humboldt University and DIW Berlin|
|Valentina Raponi||Imperial College|
|Donghai Zhang||University of Bonn|
|Stefanie Huber||Universitat Pompeu Fabra|
|Florens Odendahl||Universitat Pompeu Fabra|