Heidelberg University: HAUS Scholarship for Bachelor’s or Master’s Students Enrolled at U.S. Universities
Heidelberg Alumni U.S. (HAUS) is pleased to invite applications for the HAUS Scholarship. The stipend is available to one qualified student from a United States university planning to study at Universität Heidelberg. The scholarship award is $5,000 for Master’s program students and $3,000 for Bachelor’s program students for the winter semester 2017/2018. To learn more about the opportunity and to apply, visit the scholarship page and application at the HAUS website.
Fellowship and Grant Database of the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research
Grants.at is Austria’s biggest online database for scholarships and research grants for all academic areas. Financial support options for undergraduates, graduates, teachers, and researchers range from classical grants and scholarships, allowances and prizes to extensive national, European and international research support programs. The OeAD grants database offers a robust search interface, so you can find specific entries that suit your needs. Visit Grants.at to start your search.
Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies
The Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies offers up to one year of research support at the Freie Universität Berlin. It is open to scholars in all social science and humanities disciplines, including historians working on German and European history since the mid-18th century.
The program accepts applications from U.S. and Canadian nationals, permanent and long-term residents. Applicants for a dissertation fellowship must be full-time graduate students enrolled at a North American university who have achieved ABD status by the time the proposed research stay in Berlin begins. Also eligible are U.S. and Canadian Ph.D.s who have received their doctorates within the past two calendar years.
The Berlin Program is based at, funded and administered by the Freie Universität Berlin. The program’s publicity and selection process is organized in cooperation with their North American partner, the German Studies Association (GSA).
Research proposal application deadline: December 1, 2015. For further information, please visit the FU Berlin website or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
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Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Programs
With two grant programs, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation offers prospective leaders and highly-qualified scientists and scholars from abroad the opportunity to conduct a project or to spend extended periods of research in Germany.
The German Chancellor Scholarships
German Chancellor Scholarships
Germany's Alexander von Humboldt Foundation awards ten German Chancellor Fellowships annually to young professionals in the private, public, not-for-profit, cultural and academic sectors who are citizens of the United States and is seeking applications. The German Chancellor Fellowship provides for a stay of one year in Germany for professional development, study, or research; applicants design individual projects and decide at which institutions or organizations to pursue them. Prior knowledge of German is not a prerequisite.
Details and application instructions.
Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers
Submit an application if you are a researcher from abroad with above average qualifications, at the beginning of your academic career and only completed your doctorate in the last four years. A Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers allows you to carry out a long-term research project (6-24 months) you have selected yourself in cooperation with an academic host you have selected yourself at a research institution in Germany.
Scientists and scholars of all nationalities and disciplines may apply to the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation directly at any time. The Humboldt Foundation grants approximately 600 Humboldt Research Fellowships for postdoctoral researchers and experienced researchers annually. Short-term study visits, participation in congresses and training courses cannot be financed.
Details and application instructions.
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AICGS Visiting Fellows Program
AICGS would like to announce a new fellowship opportunity, the AICGS Visiting Fellows Program. The Visiting Fellows Program is designed to provide scholars and specialists with a base while conducting their research in Washington, D.C. Visiting Fellows should be working on issues related to the AICGS mission, which is to strengthen the German-American relationship in an evolving Europe and changing world. Applications will be accepted year round. For more details and application materials, visit the AICGS website.
Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies Grant and Fellowship Program
The Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies (“BIAAS”) awards a fellowship and seeks grant proposals for projects aimed at promoting an understanding of the historic relationship between the United States and Austria.
BIASS Grant Program: Grant proposals may include requests for funding for research and writing projects, for literature, poetry and music projects, for seminars, institutes, lectures, translations, for the production of films and television programs, and the like. Grants will range from $5,000 to $25,000 unless a compelling case is made for larger grants.
BIASS Fellowship Program: A grant of up to $30,000 will be considered for support for salary, travel, or other necessary expenses. Applications from (i) graduate students, (ii) early-career professionals and (iii) mid-career professionals will be accepted.
For more information on the application process, visit the Botstiber website.
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Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program
The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program is a distinguished transatlantic initiative that each year offers twenty accomplished young Americans the opportunity to complete a high-level professional development program in Germany. Fellows are recruited from business administration, journalism, law, public policy and closely related fields. No German language skills are required at the time of application.
Over the course of a nine-month program, Bosch Fellows complete two work phases at leading German institutions, both customized to each fellow’s professional expertise, and attend three seminars with key decision-makers from the public and private sectors, taking place across Europe.
The program is fully funded by Robert Bosch Stiftung, one of the largest foundations in Germany, with the goal of creating a new generation of American leaders who have firsthand experience in the political, economic and cultural environment of Germany and the E.U.
More information is available on the Robert Bosch Stiftung website.
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Teaching Ambassador Fellowship Through US Dept of Education
The year-long Teaching Ambassador Fellowship supports the Department’s mission by employing a cadre of outstanding teachers to contribute their classroom expertise to the national dialogue and in turn facilitate discussions with educators across the country. For the Fellows, the program adds greater knowledge of educational policy and leadership to their toolkits to contribute to solutions at all levels for long intractable challenges in education.
Teachers perform many vital leadership activities in classrooms and schools, but too often lack opportunities to contribute their knowledge to the development of education policy on a broader scale. The U.S. Department of Education designed the Teaching Ambassador Fellowship to enable outstanding teachers to bring their classroom expertise to and expand their knowledge of the national dialogue about education. In turn, Teaching Ambassador Fellows facilitate the learning and input of other educators and community members.
The Teaching Ambassador Fellowship program offers two separate year-long paid positions: the Washington Fellowship is a full-time appointment based at the Department’s Headquarters in Washington and the Classroom Fellowship enables teachers to participate on a part-time basis for the Department, in addition to their regular school responsibilities, working in collaboration with the Department’s Regional Offices.
Fellows spend a year gaining greater knowledge of the content of key federal programs and policies, in addition to the context and process by which they are designed and implemented. Fellows share their expertise with federal staff members; provide outreach and communication about federal initiatives to other educators on behalf of the Department; and facilitate the involvement and understanding of teachers in developing and implementing these efforts at the federal, state and local levels, to improve the likelihood of their success.
For more information and application materials, visit the U.S. Department of Education website.
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DAAD Grants for Graduate Students
Explore the various grants and fellowships offered to current and recently graduated, advanced degree students in diverse fields by the German Academic Exchange Service. Opportunities include study scholarships, research grants for students and professionals, interships, and intensive language courses.
DAAD Grants for PhD and Postdoctoral Students
Explore the various grants and fellowships offered to scholars and professionals by the German Academic Exchange Service, including general scholarships, summer seminars, and research grants partnering with AICGS, DLR, and Leibniz.
DAAD Grants for Faculty and Researchers
Explore the various grants and fellowships offered to faculty by the German Academic Exchange Service. Faculty support ranges from funding for conferences to language programs in Germany.
The Fulbright Commission promotes linkages between U.S. scholars and professionals and their counterparts at host institutions abroad.
Find more informaiton about Fulbright opportunities to German-speaking countries on the Fulbright website:
Fulbright Scholar Program CIES website
Fulbright Commission website
German Historical Institute Programs and Fellowships
The institute offers a variety of grants and programs for young scholars across a variety of historical focus areas, including Economic, Social, Business, African-America and Jewish History. Find all the grants and programs on the German Historical Institute website.
Max Planck Society Research Scholarships
To foster individual research projects, the Max Planck Society offers foreign researchers the possibility of obtaining a scholarship. These scholarships are typically granted for a period of between two and four months. Preference is given to those researchers whose work promotes and advances the goals of the research program and the research focuses of the Institute. The application period for a scholarship in the following year closes on May 31 of the previous year. Find all the grants and programs on the Max-Planck-Institut website.