04/10/2018

Bridging scholarship STAY! / Come and STAY!

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  • název organizace
    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Neue Universitätsstiftung Freiburg
  • ZEMĚ PŮVODU ORGANIZACE
    Germany
  • TYP FINANCOVÁNÍ
    Funding
  • termín uzávěrky
    15/01/2019
  • OBLAST VÝZKUMU
    Formal sciences
    Humanities
    Natural sciences
    Professions and applied sciences
    Social sciences
  • STÁDIUM KARIÉRY
    First Stage Researcher (R1) (Up to the point of PhD)
    Recognised Researcher (R2) (PhD holders or equivalent who are not yet fully independent)
    Established Researcher (R3) (Researchers who have developed a level of independence)
    Leading Researcher (R4) (Researchers leading their research area or field)

The New University Endowment Freiburg and the University of Freiburg are committed to supporting female researchers who have successfully completed their doctorate and want to pursue an academic career. The bridging scholarships “STAY! / Come and STAY!” are intended to unburden suitable junior researchers for the time needed to write a habilitation exposé or research exposé or an application for leadership of a research unit (six months) and enable them to subsequently apply for suitable follow-up financing in academia, such as a project staff position, a researcher’s or habilitation scholarship, etc. (another six months). 

The funding period is twelve months. The monthly scholarship payment is 1,800 euros. If the applicant is eligible for child benefit or a child tax credit in Germany, the scholarship pays an additional 300 euros per child per month, upon application.

The bridging scholarship “STAY! / Come and STAY!” is aimed at outstanding female junior researchers who have a qualifying doctorate. The minimum requirement for application is a doctoral thesis which has been submitted. If the applicant has already completed her doctorate, completion should not usually have been more than twelve months prior to application.

přílohy

call_for_applications_2018.pdf (98.88 KB) guidelines_stay.pdf (84.72 KB)