Apply Now: Kiel University Doctoral Scholarship Program In Germany- 2018/2019
Outstanding International Research Students are welcomed to apply for the 2018/2019 The Kiel University Doctoral Scholarship Program offered by the Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes Kiel University, Germany. The Scholarship will be taken in the field of Humanities, the Natural and the Social Sciences.
In the Graduate School, PhD projects in principle are designed to be finished within 3 years. The GS curriculum is taught in English and it rests on an introductory workshop and four pillars.
The global theme of human development in their cultural and natural environment is linked to the detection of cross-linkages between different factors: the influence of man on nature and vice versa. The Graduate School “Human Development in Landscapes” joins expertise from a wide range of disciplines, as represented by 16 institutes from five CAU Faculties, the Schloss Gottorf Archaeological State Museum, and the Leibniz Institute of Science Education (IPN).
- Application Deadline: December 31, 2017
- Course Level: Scholarships are available to doctoral researchers.
- Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded to pursue a unique research environment positioned at the interface of the Humanities, the Natural and the Social Sciences.
- Scholarship Award: The initial scholarships are granted for two years with the prospect of being extended for the third year. A monthly scholarship grant currently amounts to 1450€. All scholarship holders can apply for research funds from the Graduate School.
- Nationality: International students
- Number of Scholarships: Up to 5 scholarships are available.
- Scholarship can be taken in the Germany
To be eligible for the Kiel University Doctoral Scholarship, Applicants must meet the following;
Eligible Countries: International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme.
Entrance Requirements: University is seeking highly qualified and motivated doctoral fellows to conduct high-quality interdisciplinary research. Eligible candidates must hold an outstanding university degree (MA, MSc or equivalent) in a field relevant to the multidisciplinary theme of “Human Development in Landscapes”. The graduate program is jointly offered by academics in the Humanities, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, and Social and Life Sciences. Thus, the Graduate School fosters the formation of interdisciplinary PhD teams. The GS welcomes applications from outstanding young researchers with a MA, MSc, Diploma or equivalent degree in the fields of Archaeoinformatics, Archaeozoology, Archaeobotany, Historical Geobotany, Plant Ecology, Ecosystem Research, Landscape Ecology, Geoinfomation, Soil Science, Mineralogy, Microanalysis of Materials, Materials Science, Geophysics, Physical Geography, Isotope Research, Palaeoclimatology, Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, Archaeology, Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, Social and Economic History, Regional History, Economic Regional Research, Classical Philology, Slavic Language and Literature, Medicine, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Medieval and Modern Church History, Environmental History, Environmental Archaeology, Environmental Anthropology; Multimedia Information Processing. Related fields are also welcomed provided that your PhD topic is related to the research areas at the Graduate School: Clusters.
English Language Requirements: The PhD programme is taught in English. Nevertheless, it will enrich your stay in Germany and open to you many possibilities during and after your PhD. The university offers language courses for all levels. Currently, the GS has a rate of about 30% of foreign doctoral fellows, whose mother tongue is not German.
How to Apply: The documents needed for the application are:
- An outline of your research project (for topics and formal requirements follow the links to the position announcements). This outline must be written in English.
- A curriculum vitae
- A copy of the degree certificates from institutes of higher education (including transcripts)
- Two letters of reference from professors or scholars in similar position
- proof of English proficiency