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Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Apply: ​DAAD research grants and research stays

The DAAD is Germany's largest scholarship-awarding organisation and runs several programs to support academic exchange between Germany and all parts of the world. These programs range from short-term exchanges for research or teaching purposes to doctoral scholarships lasting several years. The scholarships offered by the DAAD are awarded to younger university graduates from all academic disciplines.

The following programs are open for application until 31 March 2015:
Research Grants - Short-Term Grants
Research grants provide PhD students and young academics and scientists with an opportunity to carry out research or continue their education in Germany at a state or state-recognised institution of higher education or a non-university research institute in Germany.

Research Stays for University Academics and Scientists
These grants aim to provide foreign academics and scientists working in higher education or at research institutes with an opportunity to carry out a research project at a state (public) or state-recognised higher education institution or non-university research institute or several host institutions in Germany.

Re-invitation Program for Former Scholarship Holders
To maintain contacts, the former DAAD scholarship holders who were funded for a Research Grant or Study Scholarship for a period of over six months as well as scholarship holders who studied in East Germany (GDR) for at least one year can apply for a re-invitation. The stay aims to enable the holder to carry out a research project or another project at a public or state-recognised higher education institution or non-university research institution or several host institutions.


Queries about these schemes should be directed to Imke Schmidt (990 59207 or imke.schmidt@monash.edu).

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