Charité - Promotionsstipendium I und II and Ruth-Jeschke Scholarships

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Scholarships for Postgraduate Thesis Projects

Calls for Applications for Scholarships for Postgraduate Thesis Projects (Promotionsstipendium I) are issued 3x p.a. at http://nachwuchs.charite.de

Calls for Applications for Ruth Jeschke Scholarships for Postgraduate Thesis Projects in the fields of tumor immunology and/or molecular cancer research are issued 1x p.a. (in summer) at http://nachwuchs.charite.de.

Eligible candidates

  • are postgraduate doctoral students
  • whose supervisor is employed at the Charité
  • have obtained meaningful data and
  • apply for a scholarship to cover the final year of their thesis project.

Funding is allocated on a competitive basis for a max. funding period of one year by the Academic Grants Committee (Kommission für Nachwuchsförderung).

Applicants are requested to register at the online submission portal prior to submitting applications online at https://portal.bihealth.de/portal/SitePages/Portal.aspx as ONE SINGLE pdf file (max. size 10MB).

For further information, please download the scholarship information Merkblatt [in German].

Doctoral students working in the fields of tumor immunology and/or molecular cancer research may apply for both a Promotionsstipendium I and a Ruth Jeschke Scholarship simultaneously. Please state this in your application.

Scholarships for Postgraduate Thesis Projects (Promotionsstipendium II) may be granted given that the necessary funds are provided by the research group the doctoral student is working in. Funding decisions will be made individually by the Vice Dean for Research. All potential applicants are requested to FIRST discuss with their PI/thesis advisor/group leader whether or not this funding opportunity is an option.

Why are the calls and the scholarship information ("Merkblatt") only available in German ?

Please understand that the official language at the Charité is German, and thus used in conjunction with the Charité scholarship program, which contains a number of binding legal terms and phrases.

We recognize and encourage the international character of research done at the Charité. Thus, please feel free to submit your proposal and, if invited, to give your oral presentation in either German or English, whichever you feel more comfortable in. For oral presentations, we ask you to see to it that the laguage spoken matches that used on your slides.

We are looking forward to your application!