Applications for the Fully Funded Research Fellowships at Käte Hamburger Kolleg Aachen Cultures are now open. The Käte Hamburger Kolleg Aachen Cultures of Research has openings for a total of 10 international fellows for the academic year 2022/23, starting in October 2022.
The topic Cultures of Research is positioned where the fields of philosophy, sociology, and history interface with natural science and technology. The overall focus of the Center’s work is on transformations of science and technology towards complexity, life-likeness, and emergence. They are particularly interested in digitalization of research (simulation, artificial intelligence, machine learning) for studying complex systems (e.g. climate change, energy revolution, neologization, sustainability), in participatory arrangements between science and society, and in investigating histories and varieties of cultures of research.
Applications are open for the EnerTracks Fellowship Program 2022. A small group of eight fellows will be invited to go to the Agora Energiewende office in Berlin, Germany. Each fellow continues working part-time for their home institution while participating in training sessions that are prepared and facilitated by Agora Energiewende energy experts.
These multi-disciplinary sessions cover a variety of topics such as energy markets, power system flexibility, and research methodologies, among others. Supplemental online and reading material, as well as group discussions, complement each of these sessions.
With the support of their Agora Energiewende mentors, each fellow tackles one specific transformation topic of their choice. The topic should be relevant from the perspective of the fellow’s own organization, with the intention of transferring the learnings into their domestic work.
KLU University in Germany is offering Future Leaders Scholarships for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees for 2022. Candidates must be able to identify they are individuals that have launched a business venture or sought out leadership roles in their school, at work, or in the local community (start-ups, volunteer groups, leadership boards, student clubs, etc).
KLU Hamburg is a highly ranked international university that offers excellent education and unique experiences for all students. The university KLU is the perfect place for everyone who wants to study in Hamburg Germany. And, aims to build a career in the area of logistics and supply chain management and beyond. It is a private university that offers various programs and courses which will well prepare students to take on international leadership positions.
Hertie School of Governance is now accepting applications for the Future of Europe Scholarship. This scholarship targets future policymakers and leaders who are passionate about European cooperation, who wish to analyze and respond to existing and upcoming new complexities on the continent, and who would like to pursue careers in European affairs.
The Hertie School is a private university based in Berlin, accredited by the state and the German Science Council. It prepares exceptional students for leadership positions in government, business, and civil society. Interdisciplinary and practice-oriented teaching, first-class research, and an extensive international network set the Hertie School apart and position it as an ambassador of good governance, characterized by public debate and engagement.
The Friedrich Schiller University offers scholarships for international students to pursue master’s degrees at the Abbe School of Photonics which is Masters Scholarships at University of Gena
Founded in 1558, the University of Jena is a modern university whose scientists are among the top researchers in their fields. There are more than 190 study opportunities in the humanities, social, and natural sciences at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. At Friedrich Schiller University, you will find career-oriented Bachelor programs, specialized teacher training, and attractive interdisciplinary Master programs.
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is offering the Georg Forster Research Fellowship Program in Germany to researchers from developing and transition countries. You can start the fellowship if you are accepted within two to twelve months from the date of selection. And if your application is rejected you must wait at least 18 months before re-applying.
About the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation: The Foundation promotes academic cooperation between excellent scholars and scholars from abroad and from Germany. Research Fellowships and Research Awards also allow you to come to Germany to work on a research project of your choice with a host and collaborative partner. If you are a scientist or researcher from Germany, you can benefit from support and carry out a research project abroad as a guest among more than 29,000 Humboldt alumni worldwide. As an intermediary organization for German cultural and educational policy, the Foundation encourages international cultural dialogue and academic exchange.
Applications are open for the Rest and Refuge Fellowship Program 2022. For 2022, they are inviting two journalists from countries with restricted press freedom to Berlin. The Rest and Refuge Fellowship program is a joint project of Reporters Without Borders Germany and the Taz Panter Foundation.
Participants can, if they wish, withdraw completely from public life and use the time in Berlin to work on their own projects. However, organizers also provide opportunities for further education, professional networking, and resilience building. For example, all fellows are given the opportunity to take a language course and get to know German media outlets. However, the primary goal is for the fellows to enjoy a sabbatical period and thus return to their home country strengthened. The fellowship is limited to a period of six months.
Applications are open for the CrossCulture Program (CCP) Fellowships 2022. With the CCP Fellowships, the CrossCulture Program (CCP) funds around 120 professionals and committed volunteers from 46 countries each year.
During two to three months of work-related stays in host organizations in Germany or CCP partner countries, participants deepen their expertise, establish new contacts and acquire intercultural skills. In turn, the host organizations benefit from the expertise, regional knowledge, and networks of the CCP Fellows. Participants can also attend intercultural workshops, networking, and professional events hosted by the CCP. After returning to their daily working lives, participants then bring the experience they have gained into their home organization.
In 2022, fellowships will be offered as digital as well as on-site fellowships. Subject to funding by the German Federal Foreign Office and based on their personal situation and COVID-19 entry requirements, participants may decide on one of these two options.
Applications are open for the Zukunftskolleg Herz Fellowships 2022. In 2020, the University of Konstanz won the Henriette Herz Award launched by the Alexander-von-Humboldt-Stiftung to promote the active recruitment of excellent international early career researchers and support their integration into the German and global academic community.
With the award, the Zukunftskolleg will offer Zukunftskolleg Herz Fellowships. The (post-)doctoral stipends for up to 4 months aim to attract excellent early career researchers from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The on-site stipends are complemented by a digital fellowship extending it to a 12-month Herz Fellowship. Zukunftskolleg Herz Fellowships will be awarded based on gender and diversity-sensitive nomination.
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