The Immanuel-Kant-Stipendium provides funding for doctoral students who are studying transnational and transcultural relationships in Eastern Europe, particularly with respect to the German-speaking population. Applications can be submitted to the Federal Institute for Culture and History of the Germans in Eastern Europe (BKGE).
Deadline for proposals
The closing date for applications is 31 December 2020; the scholarship period begins on 1 July 2021.
Requirements for applicants include the following:
- projects in the areas of history and politics, European ethnology, art history, literary and language history, migration research and social science will be considered
- the regional focus is placed on the historic East Prussian provinces and the German settlement areas in Eastern, Eastern-Central and South-Eastern Europe
- doctorate at a German university or affiliation to a German university
- applications can be submitted either by candidates themselves, or by their supervising tutors at a German university
The main scholarship benefits are as follows:
- monthly stipend of 1,550 euros for a period of two years
(Scholarships are subject to availability of funds.)
- additional allowances for a spouse, children and study abroad
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