- External Funding of Research
- Young Talents
- Research Funding
- Knowledge and Technology Transfer
- Contact Persons
The International Office of the University of Bremen provides advice on how to obtain funding for research and teaching projects, as well as for research sojourns abroad: research and teaching abroad (IO)
You will also find information on ways to finance research sojourns abroad on these slides [PDF] (213 KB)(Barbara Hasenmüller, 26.9.2011).
The Graduate Center has fixed consultation hours for international students embarking on their PhDs. Service include practical support to help students find their way around in Bremen and on the campus. There is also advice on how to adjust to the academic culture in Germany and general information on the PhD process. New arrivals can also receive tips on internal networking.
If you intend to study for a bilateral PhD under the auspices of the University of Bremen and second university abroad, you will find everything you need to know under binational PhDs.
The "Scholarship database" maintained by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is a useful tool for those in search of sources of finance to fund their studies. The various opportunities for financial support offered by the DAAD, funding foundations and other institutions often make it possible for international post graduates to study for their PhD at the University of Bremen.
The online database "scholarshipportal" contains information on how to obtain scholarships and grants from universities and other sources all over Europe. Information can be accessed by using search criteria according to discipline, country of origin and destination country. The site contains details of calls and application procedures.
Within the context of the ERASMUS-Program doctoral students of the University of Bremen can apply for part-time lectureships at ERASMUS partner universities. A condition is that they are already involved in teaching at the University of Bremen. The teaching takes place within the context of regular teaching at the partner university and, as a rule, the time spent abroad is 1-2 weeks. The International Office of the University of Bremen will be pleased to provide further information and details of conditions and funding amounts.