7th round of the Philipp-Schwartz-Initiative funding programme
The application deadline for the 7th round of the funding program of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative for persecuted researchers has expired. Institutions that have submitted an application will be informed of the selection result by the end of May 2020.
The next call for proposals will start at the beginning of June 2020. Please inform yourself at email@example.com if you are not yet registered in our mailing list. You will then be automatically informed about the call for proposals.
Universities and research institutions as well as non-university institutions can apply for funding to accept researchers at risk within the Philipp Schwartz-Initiative. Successful institutions will receive funding to grant fellowships to successfully nominated threatened scientists and scholars for research stays in Germany of initially up to 24 months. An extension of up to 12 months can be granted in the framework of a co-financing model.
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, with the support of the Federal Foreign Office, has launched the fourth round of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative. The programme supports researchers who seek protection in Germany because they are threatened with war or persecution in their home countries. The initiative will enable universities and research institutions in Germany to take on endangered foreign researchers as Philipp Schwartz scholarship holders for two years so that they can continue their work.
Requirements for application
Researchers from all academic disciplines and all countries of origin who are demonstrably under threat may be considered for research funding within the context of Philipp Schwartz fellowships, who:
- hold a doctorate or equivalent academic degree (Ph.D., C.Sc. or equivalent)
- in general have not yet spent more than three years away from their home countries at the time of application; researchers who hold German university entrance qualifications (“Bildungsinländer”) are not eligible
- demonstrate the language skills required for the successful completion of the research project
- possess academic qualifications (e.g. publications)
- possess potential to be integrated into the (research-related) job market
- who have not yet been funded in the context of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative
- individuals holding dual nationality, who thus have access to a safe country, and German nationals are not eligible to be nominated
- multiple nominations of the same individual by several potential host institutions are not permissible
In order to make a scholarship possible, it is also important to have a workplace at the University of Bremen and find a mentor at the University of Bremen, with whom you can fill out the application documents together.
The next call for proposals will start at the beginning of June 2020. Please inform yourself at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are not yet registered in our mailing list. You will then be automatically informed about the call for proposals. We are looking forward to welcoming new scientists at the University of Bremen.
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