A representative of the PCA may contact an applicant by telephone or e-mail if further information or clarification is required with regard to the application.
The PCA is unable to return any documentation included in the application package.
Fellows are not considered representatives or staff of the PCA. The PCA is unable to provide Fellows with any remuneration or reimbursement for expenses incurred during the course of the Fellowship. The PCA accepts no responsibility for costs arising from accidents and/or illness incurred during the course of the Fellowship. Consequently, Fellows are responsible for securing adequate financial resources and insurance coverage for the duration of the term for which they have been accepted.
Once accepted to the program, the PCA will support Fellows with fulfilling necessary entry requirements into The Netherlands.
The PCA considers the information provided on this site to be complete and will make updates as necessary. Prospective applicants who make inquiries to the PCA regarding the Fellowship program will be referred to this site.
Permanent Court of Arbitration
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