Partial Funding 1000 euros per month + allowance of 103 euros for the costs of materials.
Freie Universität Berlin
April and July (Annual)
Elsa-Neumann-Scholarships is open for students from germany.. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Freie Universität Berlin . The deadline of the scholarship is April and July (Annual).
Elsa-Neumann-Scholarships is available to undertake PhD level programs at Freie Universität Berlin.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
The base scholarship is 1000 euros per month, plus a lump-sum allowance of 103 euros for the costs of materials.
It is possible to be granted special allowances for travel costs. Scholarships are initially granted for a period of up to two years.
Each student is required to submit a report on his or her work and a statement from his or her academic supervisor at the end of the first and second years of the scholarship.
Aid is granted for a maximum period of three years.
Scholarships for completion of the dissertation are granted for a maximum of one year, without any possibility of extension.
Grantees are required to devote the vast majority of their time and energies to the work for which they are receiving aid.
only domestic students are eligible for this scholarship.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate performance that far exceeds the average, especially in their undergraduate degrees.
There must be reason to expect that applicants’ academic projects will make a significant contribution to the body of research in the field.
Applications must be accompanied by documentation of the student’s qualifications, a statement from his or her supervising professor, and a working plan that shows the reasons the student has chosen the particular topic, the status of preliminary work on the project, an outline of the research project, and a schedule for the implementation of the project.
Applicants must not have already received earlier public funding for the same project.
Scholarships are granted based on the decisions made by the inter-university Commission for the Allocation of Doctoral Grants (Kommission zur Vergabe von Promotionsstipendien), whose members are appointed by the Senator for Education, Science, and Research.
There are two deadlines per year, one in April and one in November. The office will announce the exact deadlines (cutoff dates). Successful applicants begin receiving funding on April 1 or July 1 of the year.