- Fully Funded
- University of Hamburg
- All Subjects
- International Students
The University Of Hamburg PhD Scholarship in Germany is open to international students.
The University of Hamburg is offering fully funded PhD Scholarships for international students in subjects taught at the university. The University Of Hamburg PhD Scholarship will cover tuition fee support. The scholarship is open to all those international students who fulfils admission requirements. You must have graduated with above-average grades and intend to pursue your doctoral project at Universität Hamburg.
The Fully Funded University Of Hamburg PhD Scholarship In Germany 2023 is available to undertake PhD level programs at the University of Hamburg.
The following subjects are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
- Scholarship funding, generally granted for a year, should succeed employment immediately. Exceptions will be made for special cases. You may be allowed 4 years of employment plus 3 more years of work (absolute max!) if family-related reasons prevented you from continuing sooner.
- The monthly fellowship amount is EUR 1200. Parenting fellows may be eligible for an additional EUR 154 for childcare. Verification for the latter has to be provided by the applicant.
- Fellowships are granted for one year. Stipends may be extended for an additional year. Completion fellowships cannot be extended!
- If your spouse or husband is fully employed please inquire with the office about funding opportunities.
students from all nationalities are eligible for PhD Scholarships at the University of Hamburg.
- HmbNFG-scholarships are open to all Hamburg students who meet the requirements. However, students of medicine (UKE) can only apply if their main topic for the doctoral study lies mainly within another faculty, such as medical psychology, pharmacy, biology, chemistry or physics. The standard procedure for students of medicine at the UKE is to write course-related doctoral theses.
- Your university graduation should not date back more than one year. If your final exam is longer ago, chaces of receiving a scholarship are reduced. In special cases we may also consider applicants who graduated up to three years back (absolute max!), for instance, when family-related or health reasons have prevented you from continuing sooner.
Please use the forms under “Downloads” to apply; it is very important that you follow the above instructions on application procedure specifics.
You can only apply for extensions of stipends during the application period. Your application must comprise a research report and two expert reviews.
Applicants should not apply without having taken all their exams. One working day before the awarding conference of ZANF (central commission for the promotion of young scientists-usually in January and Juni/July) all grades have to be handed in latest for being considered for the scholarships.
Applicants are responsible for the timely and complete submission of all requested documents! For formal reasons, late applications will not be accepted. The date of online submission applies. Certificates and diplomas may be submitted within a one-week extended deadline – please enquire after the exact date!
Please address applications to:
Your application will be examined by the responsible departmental committees for young researchers’ funding. All committees state their assessments of the individual candidates and their projects in a priority list. The final decision lies with the University’s central committee for young researchers’ funding (Zentraler Ausschuss für die Nachwuchsförderung, ZANF).
Chances of success
Twice a year we receive 60 applications; approximately 15 candidates are accepted. About 30 extensions are granted.
Source / More information: Official Website HERE.