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Philipp Schwartz Initiative (Germany support for researchers at risk)

The Philipp Schwartz Initiative from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation supports researchers at risk to continue their research in Germany. Applications may be submitted by these institutions in Germany:

  • public and state-recognised universities
  • Max Planck Institutes, Helmholtz Institutes, Leibniz Institutes, Fraunhofer Institutes
  • federal and federal state research institutions
  • other research institutions that can convincingly demonstrate their research portfolio and structures

Researchers at risk should contact potential host institutions in Germany. Nominees should have a PhD and not have resided outside their country for more than 5 years. The Fellowship provides 24 months of stipend and the host institution receives a lump sum of 20,000 EUR. Nominations close on October 21, 2022.

Discipline: All disciplines

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