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The Leibniz Association brings together 95 research institutions covering various scientific disciplines. Fostering young talent is of great importance to the Leibniz Association. Leibniz is the first non-university research organisation to define career guidelines that offer a framework for working conditions and career development at Leibniz Institutes.

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Jobs at the Leibniz Association

Leibniz Institutes conduct both basic and applied research, often with an interdisciplinary approach. The Leibniz Association advertises its vacancies on its job portal. > Careers

Funding programmes:

Leibniz Graduate Schools and Leibniz ScienceCampi

PhD students find ideal conditions for completing a doctorate in a structured doctoral programme that can take place either at a Leibniz Institute or a partner university.


Individual Doctoral Projects at Leibniz Institutes

PhD students can complete a doctorate while working in an excellent interdisciplinary research environment at a Leibniz Institute.


International Visiting Scholars at Leibniz Institutes

International senior researchers can conduct research at a Leibniz Institute in Germany that relates to their specific field of interest.