Bremen's "YUFE Mobility Award" provides the opportunity to enlarge your research network by travelling across the YUFE alliance to and from Bremen!
The University of Bremen offers a YUFE Mobility Award for researchers at all career stages to carry out research visits, typically ranging from 1 week to 3 months. Applicants may be doctoral candidates, early career or advanced researchers from all scientific fields. The aim of this programme is to strengthen research collaboration among the YUFE partner universities by enhancing existing research collaborations and by building new research networks.
The award can be granted in the following two categories:
YUFE goes Bremen: Researchers from all YUFE member institutions visiting researchers at the University of Bremen to foster research collaboration.
Bremen goes YUFE: Researchers of the University of Bremen exploring the YUFE network by visiting and collaborating at other YUFE institutions.
The YUFE Mobility Award provides opportunities to
- work with other YUFE researchers on a research project, publication, or new collaborative activity.
- promote multi-disciplinary research across the YUFE network.
- enrich the research and training opportunities for researchers within the YUFE network.
- build and foster a professional and personal network in the respective scientific field and beyond within the YUFE alliance.
- exchange of experience and mutual learning among YUFE partners.
- Monthly grant: up to 1500 Euro
- Grant duration: from 1 week up to 3 months
There are no central deadlines, as the individual projects can vary greatly over time. However, the complete application documents must be submitted at least 4 weeks before the actual start of the project.
If you are interested in applying, please check the full call below and apply online (link below).
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Due to changing circumstances, it may occur that planned trips have to be postponed or cancelled. This may happen even after funding has been approved.
Please check your national authority, e.g. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, regarding an official travel warning to your planned destination, and observe that general work safety standards of the University of Bremen apply for all incoming and outgoing staff.
For more information please visit the webpage: https://www.uni-bremen.de/en/information-on-the-corona-pandemic/faqs/information-for-staff.
We urge you to be alert and to take all possible precautions, but we also encourage you to plan for and to undertake research visits wherever feasible as they are so vital to scientific and personal progress.