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Are you a student or young professional and are planning to embark on a particular project in Germany? Perhaps a scientific project, an internship, a specific course, a medical traineeship or a project related to your job? Through its Carl Duisberg Scholarships, the Bayer Science & Education Foundation provides you with financial support that will allow you to do this. The scholarships are targeted at students (up to doctoral level) and young professionals with up to two years of professional experience.
Who can apply?
Applications are invited from
- students and young professionals from Germany who wish to pursue a project abroad or
- students and young professionals from abroad who wish to pursue a project in Germany.
Applicants should be working in the following fields:
- human and veterinary medicine
- medical science, medical technology
- public health
- health economics
Applicants are also required to have an excellent academic record and must submit a clearly defined project including a research proposal and a cost schedule, as well as a confirmation by the host organisation that facilities are available.
What form does funding take?
The financing generally covers the cost of living, travel expenses and project costs. Each applicant is asked to set up an individual cost schedule to be approved by the Foundation Council.
When is the closing date for applications?
The next closing date for applications is 18 July 2016. Information can be found on the website of the Bayer Science & Education Foundation.
Terms and conditions of application
The terms and conditions of application can be found here:
www.bayer-foundations.com > Promoting Talents Across Borders