44 Scholarship options for your selection

  • German National Academic Foundation: Leo Baeck Fellowship Programme

    The international Leo Baeck Fellowship Programme awards grants to doctoral students who carry out research into the history and culture of Central European Jewry. Projects on any period or field (including literature, philosophy, history,

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    Doctoral candidates/PhD students
    Discipline:
    Only specified
  • Hanns Seidel Foundation: PhD scholarships

    The Hanns Seidel Foundation, which is affiliated with the political party "Christian Social Union" (CSU), sponsors highly-qualified doctoral candidates either from EU member states or with the legal status of German educational

    Status:
    Doctoral candidates/PhD students
    Discipline:
    Only specified
  • Hans Böckler Foundation: PhD fellowship

    The Hans Böckler Foundation is the institute of the German Federation of Trade Unions (DGB) to promote research and studies. The HSB awards fellowships to doctoral students with outstanding academic gifts who show commitment to labour

    Status:
    Doctoral candidates/PhD students
    Discipline:
    Only specified
  • Heinrich Böll Foundation: PhD scholarship

    The Heinrich Böll Foundation, which maintains close ties with the German Green Party, awards scholarships for German and international doctoral candidates from any discipline. Candidates are tomorrow's experts and leaders. They come from

    Status:
    Doctoral candidates/PhD students
    Discipline:
    Only specified
  • Herder Institute for Historical Research on East-Central Europe: Herder Fellowship

    The Herder Institute awards fellowships to PhD students or postdocs especially from East-Central and Western Europe (excluding Germany) and experts who work on the history of Eastern Europe.
    Visiting fellows benefit from the Herder

    Status:
    Postdoctoral researchers
    Doctoral candidates/PhD students
    Faculty
    Discipline:
    Only specified