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The international Leo Baeck Fellowship Programme awards fellowships to doctoral students who carry out research into the history and culture of Central European Jewry. We welcome projects on any period or field (including literature, philosophy, history, musicology), and any region (such as Europe, Israel, the Americas), as long as they relate to German-speaking Jewry. In addition to financial support for one year, the programme offers an opportunity to exchange ideas and to network. It is open to doctoral candidates of any nationality, studying at any university. All fellows remain at their home institution, but get together for two workshops which are jointly organised by the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes and the Leo Baeck Institute London. The fellows are granted a monthly stipend of EUR 1,350 for the duration of one year. In most cases, a monthly research cost allowance of EUR 100 is also paid. For research trips and conference participation monthly supplements and travel allowances are available on application. Tuition fees are not covered. After the first year, students enrolled at a university in Germany may apply for an extension, provided that the Studienstiftung has funding available.
excellent early-career scholars working on theses dealing with the history and culture of theCentral European Jewry
admission to doctoral studies
Number of Scholarships
up to 12 per year
- grant amount of EUR 1,350 each month
- monthly research cost allowance of EUR 100
- Travel expenses for research meetings and conferences abroad will be partly refunded on a monthly basis.
Please find the application forms and further information on the application procedure here
You may find the updated application deadlines here