The scholarships will cover monthly allowances of 1.050 EUR, health insurance, accommodation (student dormitory or apartment), and travel allowance.
The Candidates’ desired area of study or research should be one of the following:
Human Medicine, Health Sciences
Candidates should provide two letters of recommendation, a fully completed Online Application including a CV and a project plan describing all plans and preparatory work completed for the research to be undertaken in Austria, a scanned passport, confirmation that proves the candidate’s participation in a study programme (Bachelor, Master/Diploma or PhD) at the candidate’s home university.
- The scholarships are available for citizens of all countries except for Austria. Candidates should be undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate students;
- Candidates should be descendants of forced labourers (regardless of their country of origin) or people coming from countries that suffered under the Nazi regime, especially from the recruitment of forced labourers;
- Applicants must not have studied/pursued research/pursued academic work in Austria in the six months prior to taking up the grant.
The age limit for candidates is 40 years (born on or after September 1, 1977) for doctoral students and 35 years (born on or after September 1, 1982) for other students.