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You are eligible for one of the DAAD scholarship programs? To facilitate the application process, we have compiled in the tables below all the detailed information for each of the scholarship programs we offer. We propose to proceed in two steps:

1 ° Read the general conditions, language requirements and, most importantly, read the “Applicant Guidebook” carefully.

2 ° Identify, in the table below, the scholarship program for which you wish to apply: Please read carefully the detailed information sheet that we have prepared for you.

DAAD France Scholarship Programs

1. Scholarships for a language course

stock Exchange Description and detailed information sheet
Amount duration Deadline for filing a file
Language course in Germany for undergraduate, master and doctoral students These scholarships are intended for students with a bachelor’s degree (from the validated license 2), a master’s degree and doctoral students from all disciplines, who wish to take a German language course (general and specialized) and civilization within a university. Germany.

Download: Detailed information sheet: Language courses in Germany for undergraduate, master and doctoral students ( PDF , 209,71 KB)

950 € (fixed price) 18 days minimum of course between June and December
  • 1st December

2. Scholarships for non-graduate students

stock Exchange Description and detailed information sheet
Amount duration Deadline for filing a file
Training of Franco-German experts: a semester of study in Germany for non-graduate students
(Study Program in Germany / PEA)
These scholarships are intended for Germanic students LLCER and LEA (German-English), enrolled in 2019/2020 in the second year of the license, who wish to follow the first semester of studies in Germany

Download: Detailed information sheet: PEA – Training of Franco-German Experts ( PDF , 269.62 KB)

325 € / month 5 months
from September 1st to January 31st
  • April 15

3. Scholarships for Graduate Students

stock Exchange Description and detailed information sheet
Amount duration Deadline for filing a file
Long-term scholarship – all disciplines (except artists and architects) These scholarships or additional training are intended for students of very good level (all disciplines), holders of a license, a master’s degree or a diploma of a major school and allow to pursue studies in Germany.

Download: Detailed information sheet: Long-term scholarship – all disciplines (except artists and architects) ( PDF , 1,10 MB)

850 € / month + additional benefits 10 to 24 months
  • January 31
Long-Term Scholarship – Artists, Musicians and Architects These scholarships are intended for students holding a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree or a graduation diploma in the performing arts, visual arts, music and architecture. They make it possible to pursue a master’s degree or follow a postgraduate degree course in Germany.

Download: Fact Sheet: Long Term Scholarship – Artists, Musicians and Architects ( PDF , 1,19 MB)

850 € / month + additional benefits 10 to 24 months
  • Performing Arts:
    October 31
  • Fine arts:
    November 30
  • Music:
    October 15
  • Architecture:
    September 30th

4. Scholarships for doctoral and post-doctoral students

stock Exchange Description and detailed information sheet
Amount duration Deadline for filing a file
Fellowship of one year This scholarship is intended for PhD students from all disciplines wishing to undertake a long-term research stay in Germany at a higher education institution or research institute outside the public or recognized by the German state.

Download: Fact Sheet: Research Fellowship ( PDF , 1.93 MB)

1.200 € / month + additional services 7 to 10 months (from October 1st)
  • January 31
Fellowship in a PhD supervision This scholarship is intended for doctoral students in all disciplines, wishing to carry out one or more research stays in Germany, spread over three consecutive years, in a higher education institution or research institute outside public or recognized by the German state.

Download: Fact Sheet: Fellowship Research Grant ( PDF , 1.52 MB)

1.200 € / month + additional services max. 18 months (from October 1st)
  • January 31
Short-term fellowship This scholarship is intended for PhD students and post-doctoral fellows, all disciplines combined, wishing to conduct a short-term research stay in Germany in a public or German state-recognized higher education institution or research institute.

Download: Fact Sheet: Short-term Fellowship ( PDF , 1.27 MB)

1.200 € / month + travel allowances 1 to 6 months
  • February 15
  • September 15th
Scholarship for Young Researchers at Sorbonne University(Program of Excellence with Sorbonne University) This scholarship is intended for PhD students (and post-doctoral fellows) in all disciplines from Sorbonne University wishing to undertake a short or long-term research stay in Germany at a higher education institution or public non-university research institute or recognized by the German State.

Download: Fact Sheet: Sorbonne University Research Fellowship for Young Researchers ( PDF , 2,01 MB)

1.200 € / month + additional services -Long duration:
7 to 10 months-short term:
1 to 6 months
  • long term: January 31
  • short stay: February 15th and September 15th
DLR / DAAD Fellowship This scholarship, offered by the DLR (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt) and the DAAD, is intended for PhD students, post-docs and senior researchers wishing to carry out research work at a DLR institute in the field of research. aeronautics, astronautics, energy or transport.
detailed information cf. here .
1.365 to 2.300 € / month (depending on the status) -doctorants:
36 months-post-doctoral students:
6 to 24 months-Teacher-researchers confirmed:
1 to 3 months
cf. current offers online at
www.daad.de/dlr
Leibniz / DAAD Research Fellowship This scholarship, offered by the Leibniz Association (Leibniz-Gemeinschaft eV) and the DAAD, is intended for international post-docs wishing to carry out research at one of the Leibniz institutes in Germany.
Detailed information cf. right here.
2,000 € / month + research allowance of 460 euros 12 months cf. at http://www.daad.de/leibniz
PREMIUM This new DAAD program, co-funded by the EU’s Marie Curie program, is aimed at highly qualified post-docs of all nationalities and disciplines. It provides not for scholarships but for paid posts: the grant includes a 12-month phase abroad and a 6-month integration phase at a German university, during which the beneficiaries occupy post-graduate posts. PhD students.
Detailed information cf. here .
post-doctoral salary 18 months (including 12 months abroad and 6 months in Germany) cf. at www.daad.de/prime
Re-inviting former DAAD scholars This scholarship is intended for DAAD alumni who have benefited from a grant of at least 6 months in Germany.
These former fellows may be re-invited to Germany to carry out a research or work project at a higher education institution, a German non-university research institute, public or recognized by the German State or for to carry out a work project in an enterprise or an institution in the economic, administrative, cultural or media fields.

Download: Backgrounder: Re-Invitation of Former DAAD Fellows ( PDF , 926.90 KB)

2,000 to 2,300 € / month + travel allowances 1 to 3 months
  • February 15
  • September 15th

5. Bursaries for teachers and teacher-researchers

stock Exchange Description and detailed information sheet
Amount duration Deadline for filing a file
Teaching Internships for History and Geography Teachers (PEA) This program offers the opportunity to history and geography teachers to perform a month of practical and educational training in Germany (see BO of Education ).
NB: The new call for applications will be published around the beginning of November 2019.

Download: Fact Sheet: Teaching Internships for History and Geography Teachers (PEA) ( PDF , 180,21 KB)

450 € (fixed price) 1 month (from February 4th to March 3rd, 2019)
  • October 15th
Research mission This scholarship is intended for experienced teacher-researchers, working in higher education institutions or research institutes in France, who wish to carry out a research project at a higher education institution or research institute in Germany, public or recognized by the German State.

Download: Detailed Information Sheet: Research Mission ( PDF , 1.79 MB)

2,000 to 2,300 € / month + travel allowances 1 to 3 months
  • February 15
  • September 15th
Research mission for teacher-researchers of Sorbonne University(Program of excellence with Sorbonne University) This scholarship is intended for experienced research professors at Sorbonne University, who wish to carry out a research project at a German higher education institution or research institute, public or recognized by the German State.

Download: Detailed information sheet: Research mission for teacher-researchers of Sorbonne University ( PDF , 245,32 KB)

 2,000 to 2,300 € / month + travel allowances  1 to 3 months
  • February 15
  • September 15th
Teaching mission This scholarship is intended for experienced teacher-researchers, working in higher education institutions or research institutes in France, who wish to move to a higher education institution or a German research institute. public or recognized by the German state to teach for 3 to 12 months.
Detailed information cf. here .
€ 1,300 / month + travel allowances 3 to 12 months 2 times a year: www.daad.de/gastdozenten(file submission by the German institution)
Colloquium support in the humanities and social sciences As part of its support program for humanities and social sciences in cooperation with the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Foundation, the DAAD offers financial support for the organization of conferences or study days in France. The beneficiaries are teacher-researchers, holding a post at a German higher education institution, who are invited to give a lecture at this event.

Download: Detailed information sheet: Symposium support in the humanities and social sciences ( PDF , 222,25 KB)

Daily allowance (€ 80) plus a lump sum allowance for travel expenses (€ 250). 1 to 5 days Make contact at least 4 months before the conference.
Support of scientific symposia at Sorbonne University(Program of Excellence with Sorbonne University) Scientific symposia support at Sorbonne University: lump-sum fellowships contributing to the travel costs of German research professors and researchers.

Download: Detailed information sheet: Scientific symposium support at Sorbonne University ( PDF , 884,13 KB)

Average sum of about € 500 per stay: daily allowance (€ 80) plus a flat-rate allowance for travel expenses (€ 250). 1 to 5 days Make contact at least 4 months before the conference.
Re-inviting former DAAD scholars This scholarship is intended for DAAD alumni who have benefited from a grant of at least 6 months in Germany.
These former fellows may be re-invited to Germany to carry out a research or work project at a higher education institution, a German non-university research institute, public or recognized by the German State or for to carry out a work project in an enterprise or an institution in the economic, administrative, cultural or media fields.

Download: Backgrounder: Re-Invitation of Former DAAD Fellows ( PDF , 926.90 KB)

2,000 to 2,300 € / month + travel allowances 1 to 3 months
  • February 15
  • September 15th

6. Scholarships for groups of students

stock Exchange Description and detailed information sheet Amount duration Deadline for filing a file
Study trips for groups of French students in Germany The DAAD subsidizes study and information trips to groups of French students in Germany, under the direction of a teacher of higher education.

Download: Detailed information sheet: Study trips for groups of French students in Germany ( PDF , 181,52 KB)

Download: Form: Study trips for groups of French students in Germany ( DOCX , 53,60 KB)

50 € / per person per night (maximum 15 students) 7 to 12 days
  • June 1st for a trip planned between September 1st and January 31st
  • November 1st for a trip planned between February 1st and August 31st
Study placements for groups of students At the invitation of a German university, groups of French students from the same discipline and enrolled at least in the second semester in a higher education institution, accompanied by a teacher, may be supported by the DAAD to participate a practical internship in a specific academic field organized by a German university.

Download: Detailed information sheet: Study placements for groups of students ( PDF , 120,56 KB)

daily rate of 50 € per participant (between 10 and 15 people) 7 to 12 days
  • November 1st for an internship from March 1st
  • February 1st for an internship from June 1st
  • May 1st for an internship from September 1st

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Harvard Academy Scholars Program for International and Area Studies

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This program is open to all recent PhD recipients and doctoral candidates in the social sciences or law.

The Academy Scholars Program identifies and supports outstanding scholars at the start of their careers whose work combines disciplinary excellence in the social sciences or law with a command of the language and history or culture of countries or regions outside of the United States or Canada. Their scholarship may elucidate domestic, comparative, or transnational issues, past or present.

The Academy Scholars are a select community of individuals with resourcefulness, initiative, curiosity, and originality, whose work in cultures or regions outside of the US or Canada shows promise as a foundation for exceptional careers in major universities or international institutions.

Academy Scholars are appointed for a two-year, in-residence, postdoctoral fellowship at The Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. They receive substantial financial and research assistance to undertake sustained projects of research and/or acquire accessory training in their chosen fields and areas. The Senior Scholars, a distinguished group of senior Harvard University faculty members, act as mentors to the Academy Scholars to help them achieve their intellectual potential.

Eligibility

The competition for these awards is open only to recent PhD (or comparable professional school degree) recipients and doctoral candidates in the social sciences or law.

Those still pursuing a PhD should have completed their routine training and be well along in the writing of their theses before applying to become Academy Scholars. If you have completed a PhD program, the PhD completion date must be within three years of the October 1 application deadline. For applicants applying for the October 1, 2019 deadline, you must have completed your PhD or equivalent after September 30, 2016.

The Selection Committee considers all applicants in one applicant pool.

Terms

Each year, four to six Academy Scholars are named for two-year appointments. Academy Scholars are expected to reside in the Cambridge/Boston area for the duration of their appointments unless traveling for pre-approved research purposes.

Postdoctoral Academy Scholars will receive an annual stipend of $70,000. If selected before earning the PhD, the Scholars will receive an annual stipend of$31,000 until awarded the PhD. This stipend is supplemented by funding for conference and research travel, research assistants, and health insurance coverage. Some teaching is permitted but not required.

Applications are welcome from qualified persons without regard to nationality, gender, or race.

How to Apply

All application materials need to be submitted by the deadline of October 1. We do not accept late applications.

The completed application will include:

  1. Cover letter which succinctly states the applicant’s academic field, country or region of specialization, and proposed research topic
  2. Curriculum vitae (CV) or resumé; including list of publications
  3. Research proposal (2500 word maximum); including intellectual objectives and planned methodological and disciplinary work
  4. A copy of your PhD program transcript
  5. Three letters of recommendation (uploaded through the online application)

Letters should be addressed to the “Selection Committee.”
Letters of recommendation need to be uploaded by the deadline of October 1.

All parts of the application, including the three letters of recommendation, are submitted online as pdf documents. The online application is accessed through the homepage of The Harvard Academy’s website. To access the application, click on the APPLY ONLINE button.

Questions should be emailed to:
applicationinquiries@wcfia.harvard.edu.

You may include footnotes, endnotes, and/or bibliographies in your proposed research statement, but they are not required. If you do give references, they will not count towards the 2500-word maximum for the research statement.

We require no copies of published papers or abstracts as part of our application process. Do not include them in your application.

Regarding transcripts from foreign universities: our reviewers read many applications from those at foreign universities and request as much transcript-like official documentation as the Registrar at your university can provide, for all graduate work—both for the Master’s and PhD programs in which you have been or are currently enrolled. Your institution most likely gets these requests often and can provide the required paperwork to you upon request.

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Peter Nicolaisen International Fellowships in Jefferson Studies

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Short-term fellowships are awarded for one or more months, and open to academics from any country, subject to selection by committee.  Successful applicants will be working on Jefferson-related projects. Priority is given to Jefferson-related projects using the Digital Archeological Archive of Comparative Slavery or Getting Word.

Fellows are expected to be in residence at the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies (ICJS), where they will have access to Monticello’s expert staff and research holdings at the Jefferson Library as well as those of the University of Virginia. During their residencies, fellows hold a 45 minute forum on their research projects.

The domestic fellowship awards (Batten and First Union) carry a stipend of $2,000 per month plus pre-approved travel costs for scholars from the United States and Canada. The Peter Nicolaisen International Fellowship (reserved for citizens of other countries living outside of the U.S. and Canada) provides $3,000 per month plus pre-approved travel costs. Residential accommodation may be available on a limited basis. Because ICJS is located in a rural setting with no public transportation, it is necessary for fellows to either rent a car, bring their own car, or make arrangements with a local cab company for transportation.

Applicants should submit a succinct description of the research project (500 words), a one-paragraph summary of the project, and a résumé. Two letters of reference should be emailed directly to the Center at the address below. Please include preferred dates of residence, keeping in mind that fellowships are awarded  by calendar month (i.e. 1st – 31st).  Application deadlines are November 1 and April 1. Fellowships are awarded for the following calendar year.

Please note: if you applied for a fellowship with us between June 26-July 29, 2017 we may not have received your application materials.  If you wish to inquire on the status of your application, please email ICJSFellowships@monticello.org.

Address all materials to:

Fellowship Committee
Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies
Monticello
ICJSfellowships@monticello.org

Telephone (434) 984-7500

Short-term fellowships are underwritten by endowments established for this purpose by the Batten Foundation and Wachovia Corporation (formerly First Union National Bank of Virginia).

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Visiting Research Fellowships at Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin

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Visiting Research Fellowships are being offered to PhD-holding junior and senior scholars for a period of one to twelve months. Scholars who have not received a Visiting Research Fellowship in the previous five years are especially encouraged to apply.

Visiting Fellows are expected to fully contribute to the exciting research life of the Collegio, by being in residence full-time at the Collegio, working on their research project(s), interacting scientifically with the Collegio’s scholars, and attending seminars and lectures. The fellowship does not carry any teaching or administrative responsibilities. However, if a Visiting Fellow is interested in teaching a mini course or a seminar course, this can be arranged by mutual agreement.

Recipients are offered the possibility of carrying out research on a subject of their choosing within the social sciences, in an environment that enables them to interact on a daily basis with faculty, research staff, and students.

The amount of each fellowship depends on the candidate’s curriculum and on the available budget. The Collegio covers the cost of an economy round-trip ticket from the place of residence of the Visiting Fellow, and provides logistical assistance in finding accommodation in Torino for the period of stay.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Interested candidates must submit their applications online using the link below. Applications should include a CV and a brief (1-2 page) research proposal indicating the requested period of stay at the Collegio. As a general rule, applications received will be evaluated twice a year: after September 15 (for visits starting no earlier than the following January) and after February 15 (for visits starting no earlier than the following September). A faster evaluation might be granted if the need arises.

http://www.carloalberto.org/jobs/visiting-research-fellowships/

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