A German scholarship is an attractive way for (prospective) PhD candidates to fund their research. The advantages of a scholarship can include: belonging to a prestigious organization, networking, having international research paid for, exclusive events and seminars, and more freedom due to financial independence from your supervisor. Nonetheless, knowing if a scholarship is right for you can be a daunting task. Deciding where to apply, knowing how much time and effort to invest, or mastering all application documents can prove challenging. In this workshop, we aim to 1) give you a general idea of which German scholarship institutions exist; 2) assist you in deciding which ones suit you best; 3) and go over what the application process entails. Maia George, the course instructor, is a PhD-scholarship alumna and member of the admission committee of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation (German: Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes).
Maia George is an alumna and current member of the admission committee of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation (German: Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes). She is an academic coach and a doctoral candidate for Philosophy awaiting the date of her viva. As a researcher, she covers topics like the ethics and societal responsibility of research, postcolonial responsibility, commemorative culture, and Philosophy of History. As an academic coach she has experience as a former Research Assistant und Research Fellow of LehreLernen of the university in Jena, the institution for didactic qualifications in higher education. The topics she covers as an academic coach include scholarship application, time management, social media for transitioning to industry, science communication, research ethics and philosophy of science.
- 5 May 2022, 9:00 - 12:00 h
- 6 May 2022, 9:00 - 12:00 h
A week before the event we will send you the link to the online workshop.
A week before the event we will send out the link to the online workshop.
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