Do you need funding to conduct research for your dissertation/thesis abroad? Do you need financial help for purchasing books and/or getting your doctoral thesis printed? Do you have an exceptional academic and/or professional track record? The University of Passau provides and administers numerous suitable funding programmes.
Attend the scholarship information event on 13 November 2019 to get an idea of the scholarship options open to you. Find out more – in the talk by arbeiterkind.de and in direct conversations with current scholarship recipients!
6:00 p.m. in lecture theatre 9:
Marie-Antoinette Sibold from arbeiterkind.de:
Stipendien - auch für dich! Wie kommst du an ein Stipendium? Wir zeigen dir wie! (Please note that the talk will be held in German).
6:30 p.m. in the Audimax foyer:
Scholarship recipients from the University of Passau will be there to answer your questions.
Under the Advancement of Internationalisation funding programme (website currently only available in German), the University to provides travel grants for research stays and helps international students in acute financial difficulties.
The University of Passau offers Oskar-Karl-Forster scholarships to talented students and doctoral candidates in financial hardship. This scholarship provides a lump-sum contribution of up to 500 euros to students for purchasing learning materials or to doctoral candidates to cover some of their thesis printing costs.
The AlumniClub (website in German) wishes to support exceptional students of various academic disciplines at the University of Passau with a range of scholarships. Apart from providing financial aid, these are intended to establish valuable links with companies.
Various foundations and other organisations (this page is currently only available in German) provide support that is not only limited to funding. Scholarship holders often receive a comprehensive range of support and guidance from tutors.
This funding line (Bayerische Gleichstellungsförderung – this page is currently only available in German) provides scholarships and awards for the promotion of gender equality in research and teaching. This includes doctoral completion scholarships and awards for best dissertation/thesis for parenting students as well as project funding for female postdoctoral researchers.
The Graduate Centre provides comprehensive information on all organisational and interdisciplinary issued concerning doctoral research and study. The Graduate Centre sees itself as a platform for academic exchanges and the pan-faculty integration of doctoral researchers.