If you’re embarking on the journey to earn a PhD scholarship, then you have a valuable opportunity to apply for the Travel Grants for European or Non-European Citizens in Germany.
Funded by the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds, the program is open for those eligible candidates who wish to pursue an experimental project in basic biomedical research.
To be eligible the participant can be European or Non-European Citizens with a PhD research degree in Biomedical
The call is open to European citizens working in Europe and overseas, and to non-European citizens who perform their MD, PhD or postdoctoral project in Europe, or will use the travel grant to work in Europe.
Applicants must pursue an experimental project in basic biomedical research and belong to one of the following groups of junior scientists:
PhD students or medical students pursuing an experimental doctoral thesis, a particular research project and graduates from abroad who have applied for a PhD project, but who have not yet worked with their potential PhD supervisor.
Travel grants are awarded for short-term visits of up to 3 months. We provide a flat-rate contribution which may cover the expenses for travel, lodging and course fees.
If you are excited towards this bursary then you are required to be registered as a PhD degree student at a recognized university. After taking affirmation, aspirants can send an online application via the application portal.
Must attach the summary of current research project outline of your experiments in the host laboratory, a statement in which you describe the connection of the planned training with your current research project, list of your publications, certificates of all examinations, photocopies of high school diploma/secondary certificate, letter of recommendation and evidence of expenses.
For being admitted, seekers are recommended to hold their bachelor and master’s degree certificates with good academic grades.
All claimants must have to meet the minimum English language requirements.