Humboldt Research Track Scholarship For Graduate Students

Graduate students wishing to pursue a doctorate at Humboldt University of Berlin are invited to apply for a research track scholarship. The award is intended to help students in the transition period at the end of the master’s programme and at the beginning of the doctorate studies. The scholarship provides a monthly stipend of €800. The deadline is on Thursday 15th July 2021.

The Humboldt Research Track Scholarship is an award that provides master’s students with strong research skills funds to smoothly transition from the end of a master’s programme to the start of a doctorate programme.

The scholarships are awarded four times a year.

Scholars benefit from a monthly stipend of €800. Scholarship holders with children receive an additional €400 a month for the first child, plus €100 for each additional child.

To enable more prospective doctoral candidates with disabilities or chronic illnesses to prepare for a doctorate, applications from this target group will be given particular consideration.

Excellent academic results or an excellent degree and an original, high-quality proposal of the doctoral project.

The deadline is on Thursday 15th July 2021. 

 

Main Criteria

  • Completed online form, CV (max. two pages)
  • Research proposal draft (max. 2,250 characters)
  • Certificates of your academic degrees
  • Letter of recommendation from your Master thesis supervisor 

Find out more now. 


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