April 2021

The German city of Mannheim is proof that promoting music and creativity can have a positive impact on a city’s development – and thus has been awarded the title “City of Music” by UNESCO. What’s more, meet multi-award-winning cell and molecular biologist Chun So from Hong Kong who talks about his research at the Max Planck Society. Keen on funding opportunities? Apart from our current calls, the recently updated brochure “Funding your research in Germany” is available now. Last but not least, don’t miss out on our upcoming events. We look forward to (virtually) seeing you!

Current calls

Upcoming events

"Research in Germany" at the Virtual Annual Meeting 2021 of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

Learn about cancer research in Germany! Find out more about funding opportunities, German cancer research institutions and projects, and get in touch with our experts at this AACR online event from 10 to 15 April and 17 to 21 May.

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"Research in Germany" at the virtual NPA conference

Advance your postdoctoral career from 15 to 16 April and join the "Research in Germany" team at the National Postdoctoral Association Annual Conference to discuss your research and funding opportunities in Germany.

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"Research in Germany" at the BCF Career Event Online

Meet representatives of "Research in Germany" at the largest career fair for life sciences, chemistry, food and pharma on 12 May! Register for free and learn more about universities, scholarships, work and research opportunities in Germany.

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Free "Research in Germany" online course: How to apply for a PhD in Germany

Register now for our free online course on how to apply for a PhD in Germany. You will learn more about where to find a PhD position, how to write a good application and about the German research landscape.

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