88 Funding Options for your selection

  • Friedrich Ebert Foundation: Scholarship for International Doctoral Students

    Candidates are international students from all subjects (except the medical disciplines) who have been admitted to a doctoral programme at a German higher-education institution. Eligibility criteria include an excellent school and academic

    Status:
    Doctoral candidates
    Subject:
    Only specified
  • Friedrich Naumann Foundation: Scholarship for Doctoral Students

    The FNS doctoral funding is intended for highly talented post-graduates from abroad. The scholarship is awarded independent of parental income and need not be repaid. The subject of the doctoral thesis should be of relevance for science and

    Status:
    Doctoral candidates
    Subject:
    Only specified
  • Friedrich Naumann Foundation: Scholarship for International Students

    The scholarship scheme is open to qualified international candidates with a first academic degree studying at German higher-education institutions for a Master's or a state examination degree. The minimum funding covers two semesters.

    Status:
    Undergraduates
    Subject:
    Only specified
  • Fritz Thyssen Foundation: Post-doc Stipends

    The Foundation awards every year 50 sponsorships to junior researchers who wish to undertake autonomous, fixed-term research immediately following their doctorates. Highly qualified post-doctoral candidates from all disciplines are eligible

    Status:
    Postdoctoral researchers
    Subject:
    Only specified
  • Fulbright Commission: Fulbright Programme

    The Fulbright programme is aimed at financing academic stays by US citizens in Germany. It offers a range of different funding opportunities for students and graduates from universities of applied sciences and other higher-education

    Status:
    Undergraduates
    Postdoctoral researchers
    Graduates
    Doctoral candidates
    Faculty
    Subject:
    Only specified