PhD Scholarships


Funding for PhD Students Participating in ERES Annual Conference - July 2019

The European Real Estate Society – ERES ( will provide a limited number of scholarships of 500 € for full-time doctoral students currently enrolled at a European University to present a paper in the doctoral session of the 26th Annual Conference which will be held in Cergy-Pontoise, France from July 3th – 7th.

The PhD Session will take place on Wednesday July 3th (with the ERES PhD Event on July 3th). 
Receipt of an ERES Scholarship will also entitle the holder to a refund of the early bird PhD conference fee (in addition to the 500 € scholarship) which includes a one year membership of ERES and access to the Journal of European Real Estate Research. Kindly note that you are expected to settle registration and payment of your expenses for the conference in advance. The refund will take place after participation in the ERES 2019 conference.

To be considered for this opportunity, you must send in your application via e-mail (one single attachment; 2 Mb at max.) to:

The application requires a two page summary of your doctoral presentation (incl. submission ID of your abstract to the ERES2019 conference) and a brief outline of your expected costs (travel, accommodation and subsistence) to attend ERES. 
Decisions for acceptance will be based where you are in the thesis process. You are not eligible if you have received the ERES PhD grant in the past 2 years (conferences). Preference will be given to students that are graduating before June 2019. 
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN MARCH 7, 2019 and we will make acceptance decisions by March 26th, 2019.

Kindly note that independently from the scholarship award you are expected to submit your abstract at this site by February 28th 2019:

PS. “Local students” within a 250km radius of Cergy-Pontoise will receive no travel subsidy. However a free conference registration may be granted depending on circumstances. If your home institution is supporting your travel, accommodation and subsistence, the amount received from ERES will be reduced accordingly.