Fellowships for Experienced Researcher 2011 ? Germany

Feodor Lynen Research Fellowships for Experienced Researcher – Germany

A Message from the Dean:
“The decision to undertake further study is a major decision. Choosing the right programme that fits with your educational and career development aims is very important. This decision will have potential to influence your future professional career and your ability to perform in that career. Aberdeen Business School has an excellent reputation in the higher education sector – Robert Gordon University is one of the top modern universities in Scotland and the UK.
At Aberdeen Business School we have one of the strongest portfolios of quality courses. Our courses are accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), and the The Institute of Export. Reflecting our vocational strength we are accredited by and have links to The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP), and also the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and The Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS).
It is for this reason that around 1100 candidates from over 90 countries join our Postgraduate Programmes each year. Our courses add real value in the labour market and allow you to differentiate yourself. Our graduates find our programmes challenging, but also invigorating and enjoyable. Whether you are a recent graduate wishing to develop a career path or whether you are an experienced candidate returning to study, there is a course for you.

Scholarship Description:Candidates are expected to have their own, clearly defined academic profile. This means they should usually be working at least at the level of a Junior Professor or Junior Research Group Leader or Habilitand or be able to document independent research work over a number of years. Scientists and scholars from all disciplines may apply for any target country abroad.
The academic host must be an academic working abroad who has already been sponsored by the Humboldt Foundation. Candidates choose their own research projects and their host abroad and prepare their own research plan. Details of the research project and the time schedule must be agreed upon with the prospective host in advance. The duration of the research fellowship (6-18 months) may be divided up into a maximum of three visits lasting a minimum of three months each. As a rule, no more than 36 months may elapse between the beginning of the first stay and the end of the last stay. Short-term visits for study and training purposes or for attending conferences are not eligible for sponsorship.
The Humboldt Foundation expects the host to contribute to financing the research fellowship. Over the duration of the fellowship, the host’s contribution should account for approximately a third of the total fellowship amount. However, host institutes in developing and threshold countries and in other selected countries (c.f. list of countries) are not required to make a financial contribution. If a host institute in another country experiences obvious difficulties in raising its contribution, the Humboldt Foundation may accommodate this particular case.

Scholarship Application Deadline: Any Time


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