Information for (Early Career) Researchers
Have you completed your doctoral degree and plan to continue your research?
Are you a researcher at MIN and looking for ways to invite international visiting scholars or to go abroad as a visiting scholar?
Do you want to intensify collaborations with an international partner or initiate international mobility?
We are happy to help you find the suitable program!
Overview of funding and exchange programs
Funding your Research in Germany
Information about grants, fellowships and awards for international PhD students and researchers: Funding your Research in Germany
Agathe Lasch Visiting Scientists Program
Agathe Lasch Visiting Scientist Program
Named after the University of Hamburg's first female professor, the inter-faculty Visiting Scientist Program aims to empower women in fields where they are underrepresented and to make them visible. The University of Hamburg's Agathe Lasch Visiting Scholars Program provides for the establishment of two visiting professorships.
For more information, please visit the website of the UHH's Equal Opportunity Office.
DAAD project funding
Henriette Herz Scouting Programme
The Humboldt Foundation will make it possible to directly recruit individuals for its fellowship programme.
Effective immediately, successful researchers in Germany can apply to be a scout in connection with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation’s new Henriette Herz Scouting Programme. Humboldt Scouts can bring up to three individuals of their choice from abroad directly to Germany with a Humboldt Fellowship in order to conduct research together.
Fore more information, please visit: Humboldt-foundation-scouting-programme.
Annette Kade Postdoctoral Exchange Fellowship Program at the American Museum of Natural History's Richard Gilder Graduate School
The Annette Kade Postdoctoral Exchange Fellowship Program at the American Museum of Natural History's (AMNH) Richard Gilder Graduate School enables postdoctoral researchers from French and German institutions to come to the AMNH for three months to conduct research with an AMNH curatorial mentor.
Application Deadline: 11:59 pm (Eastern Time) January 5 2024