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Scholarships and Funding

Scholarships provided by Charité for the promotion of women.

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On behalf of the Medical Faculty of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the Committee for the Promotion and Support of Young Researchers (Kommission für Wissenschaftliche Nachwuchsförderung und Weiterbildung) invites applications for the Rahel-Hirsch-Fellowships scheme. This scheme offers 5 Fellowships to early-career researchers planning on pursuing the extended postdoctoral qualification period known as 'habilitation'. The fellowship scheme is aimed at young researchers who, due to their solid track record in science/research and, wherever possible, teaching, are likely to be in a position to complete the habilitation period in a timely manner. Fellowships are awarded by Charité’s Committee for the Promotion and Support of Young Researchers.

Lydia-Rabinowitsch Fellowships

The Medical Faculty of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin invites applications for the Lydia-Rabinowitch Fellowships. This fellowship scheme was first instituted by the Faculty Council on 3 September 2007, with fellowships awarded every year as part of the Faculty's endeavors aimed at promoting women in research. The fellowship scheme is aimed at postdoctoral researchers and W2 professors on fixed-term contracts who, for family and/or personal reasons, were forced to take a career break, and who would like to qualify for a senior position in research and teaching.
To find out more about these fellowships and their purpose, and for details on how to apply, please go to the intranet page of the Committee for the Promotion of Women.

Stipendienlotse (scholarship database)

Further scholarships/fellowships are available from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

'Stipendienlotse', an interactive scholarship database, provides potential applicants with comprehensive information on current scholarship/fellowship programs.