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DAAD-Funding Possibilities for Graduates and PostDocs MORE. Mobility for Young Researchers from Central and Eastern Europe Ankara, 11.10. 2005 Dr. Silke Ghobeyshi DAAD – Information Centre Ankara The DAAD Scholarship Programmes for Turkey For Ph.D candidates and Postdocs:

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DAAD-Funding Possibilities for Graduates and PostDocs


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MORE.Mobility for Young Researchers from Central and Eastern Europe Ankara, 11.10.2005Dr. Silke GhobeyshiDAAD – Information Centre Ankara


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The DAAD Scholarship Programmes for Turkey

  • For Ph.D candidates and Postdocs:

    1. Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and Young Academics and Scientist

    2. Helmholtz-DAAD-Fellowships

    3. Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarships for Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • Objective

  • Research grants provide young foreign

  • academicsand scientists with anopportunity

  • to carry out aresearch projectat a German

  • higher educationinstitution or non-university

  • research institute.


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • Research grants can be used to carry out:

  • Research projects at a German higher education institution for the purpose of gaining a doctorate in the home country


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • Research grants can be used to carry out:

  • II. Research projects at a German university for the purpose of gaining a doctorate in Germany

  • III. Research projects, but without aiming

  • for a formal degree/qualification


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • Duration

  • Depending on the project in question and

  • on the applicant's work schedule, grants

  • can be paid generally for between one and

  • ten months


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • in the case of full doctoral programmes in Germany for up to three years, and in exceptions for up to a maximum of four years.

  • Support can only be provided for the completion of a full doctoral programme in Germany when special support policy reasons exist


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • Requirements

  • DAAD research grants are open to:

  • - excellently-qualified university graduates

  • who hold a Master's degree at the time they

  • commence the grant-supported research

  • or

  • - already holding a doctorate/PhD (post-docs).


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • The application papers must:

  • generally include written confirmation of academic supervision by a professor in Germany

  • expressly refer to the applicant's project

  • thereby confirming that the host institute will provide a workplace


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • The most important selection criterion is:

  • a convincing and well-planned research project to be completed during the stay in Germany and which has been coordinated and agreed with an academic supervisor at the chosen German host institute.


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • Further Requirements:

  • German language skills are generally required, although the required level also depends on the applicant's project and topic

  • Age limit: 32 at the start of the award for grants scheduled to run for 7 months or more.

  • Age limit: 36 at the start of the award for grants scheduled to run for up to 6 months.


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Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and YoungAcademics and Scientists

  • Closing date for applications:

  • November 1st, 2005

  • Further informations:

  • www.daad.de

  • http://ic.daad.de/ankara


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2. Helmholtz-DAAD-Fellowships

  • The Helmholtz Association is Germany’s largest research organisation with an annual budget of around 2.2 billion euros and 24,000 staff concentrated in 15 research centres


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2. Helmholtz-DAAD-Fellowships

  • Helmholtz-DAAD Fellowships offer excellent young scientists and researchers the opportunity to do research at a Helmholtz Centre in Germany.

  • The special programme jointly run by the Helmholtz Association and the DAAD is intended for highly-qualified foreign doctoral and postdoctoral students.


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Helmholtz Association concentrates onthe following sixresearch fields:

  • Earth and Environment

  • Energy

  • Health

  • Key Technologies

  • Structure of Matter

  • Transport and Space


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Helmholtz-DAAD-Fellowships

  • Fellowship Types and Terms

  • Type Target Group Fellowship Goal Funding Term

  • A Doctoral Student Doctorate 36 month

  • B Postdoctoral

  • Student Research 12 to 24 month


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Helmholtz-DAAD-Fellowships

  • Requirements

  • Applicants for a Helmholtz-DAAD- Fellowship must:

  • be able to prove their excellent study or research achievements,

  • have completed their studies or research with a university degree for Type A or with a doctorate for Type B,


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Helmholtz-DAAD-Fellowships

  • 3. have an excellent knowledge of English, proven through submission of appropriate language certificates (e.g. TOEFL: 550/217);knowledge of German is welcome

  • 4. in general be not older than 32 years (Type A) or have completed their doctorate in the last two years (Type B).



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Helmholtz-DAAD-Fellowships

  • Closing date for applications:

  • December 15th, 2005

  • Further informations:

  • www.daad.de

  • http://ic.daad.de/ankara


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3. Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

The Leibniz Association is a scientific organisation

comprised of 84 non-university research institutes.

Leibniz Association cooperates with industry,

public administration and universities.


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3. Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

Leibniz Institutes are grouped into five sections:

  • Humanities and education

  • Economic and social sciences

  • Life sciences

  • Physical sciences

  • Environmental research


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TheLeibniz-DAAD-Scholarship is open to:

  • Highly motivated and qualified graduates, Ph.D. students and Postdocs aiming to carry out research at one of the participating Leibniz Institutes.

  • Candidates should be aware of the research profile of possible host institutes.

  • It is expected that the candidates rank among the top performers of their corresponding peer group.


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3. Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • Objective

  • The “Leibniz DAAD - Scholarships” provide young foreign academics and scientists with an opportunity to complete a research project at a Leibniz Institute.

  • The scholarships are financed by the partici-pating Leibniz Institutes and awarded according to the regular DAAD-scholarship conditions.


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Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • Scholarships and Duration

  • TypeFellowship goalDuration

  • ADoctorate (Ph.D.)

  • in Germany max. 36 months

  • BResearch projects

  • with the aim of gaininga

  • Ph.D in the home country12 to 24 months

  • CResearch projects

  • for Postdocs12 to 24 months


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Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • Requirements

  • Applications for a “Leibniz – DAAD – Scholarship” are open to excellently-qualified  university graduates who hold a Master’s degree at the time they commence the supported research (Type A or B)

  • or

  • who have already gained their doctorate / PhD (Type C).


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Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • The most important selection criteria are the previous study and research achievements in one of the research fields of the participating Leibniz Institutes.


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Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • English language skills (TOEFL: 550 / 217) are generally required and to be proved; the host Leibniz Institute is responsible for deciding on whether or not to fund a two-months German language course.


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3. Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • Applicants with the purpose of gaining a doctorate in the home country (Type B) have to provide proof that they are admitted as Ph.D. candidates at a university in the home country.


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Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • Applicants for a Type A scholarship are subject to an age limit of 32.

  • Applicants for a Type B scholarship should not be older than 36 years at the time of application.

  • Applicants for a Type C scholarship should not have exceeded the age of 42 years.


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Current offers::

  • 1. Biomedical Research

  • 2. Geophysics

  • 3. Microbiology, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology

  • 4. Molecular Biology and/or Biochemistry

  • 5. Theoretical Solid State Physics

  • 6. Chemistry, Nano-Sciences

  • 7. Plasma Physics and Plasma Technology

  • 8. Plasma Physics

  • 9. Plant genetics

  • 10. Biology, Evolution, Population Genetics

  • 11. Bioinformatics, Molecular BiologicalDatabases

  • 12. III/V compound semiconductor devices

  • 13. Crystal Growth


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Leibniz-DAAD-Scholarshipsfor

Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs

  • Closing date for applications:

  • December 15th, 2005

  • Further informations:

  • www.daad.de

  • http://ic.daad.de/ankara


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DAAD Information-Centre Ankara


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