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Research promotion and funding in Germany

Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) / Federal Ministry of Education and Research


The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is the political body in charge of vocational and higher education and training and research. It is organised into eight departments. The Central Services department is in charge of human resources, budget controlling, including grant awarding proceedings, and information technology in the BMBF. The seven other departments [...] 

Funding your research in Germany (2017 publication)


The brochure explains German research funding policy programmes and the underlying rationale. Target group: international graduate and postgraduate students, researchers. 

Research in Germany: Land of ideas (interdisciplinary portal)


The web portal is a joint venture of the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and partners in industry, it addresses researchers and students from abroad. Germany is presented as a country with a tradition in research and invention, and its current role as a leading figure in terms of invention and innovative research is emphasised. International researchers are [...] 
Dokument von: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

Strengthening Germany`s role in the global knowledge society: Strategy of the Federal government for the Internationalization of Science and Research


The English language summary of the strategy paper, which was presented on behalf of the government in February 2008, outlines the challenges and opportunities Germany faces in the light of globalisation, and its future strategy regarding collaboration and competition in research and science. Focus is placed on excellence, innovation and the mobility of high potentials [...] 

FAQs: Preparing a successful research stay in Germany


The brochure provides some practical tips and information to help researchers prepare for a research stay in Germany. However, because the landscape is developing so dynamically, the brochure can make no claim to be complete but it offers links to websites where you can find the latest information on visa regulations, health insurance questions, the various kinds of research [...] 
Dokument von: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

The German doctorate − A guide for doctoral candidates (2015)


This booklet for (prospective) international doctoral students shows the different options for doing a doctorate in Germany. It explains the formal requirements, gives some practical advice on finding the right supervisor or doctoral programme. It also presents sponsoring and funding options.  

Research careers in Germany – a guide for international postdocs and experienced researchers (2016)


This brochure outlines the career opportunities Germany offers international postdocs and experienced researchers. It also contains some practical advice about visas, insurance and living in Germany. 

Funding Advisory Service by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research


This website is provided by the Federal Ministry of Education, and Research in Germany. It offers information on research funding programmes by the federal states, the government, private foundations, and the European Union. A ´´News´´ section provides current information and time schedules. 
Dokument von: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

BMBF Programme for the Promotion of Empirical Educational Research


This portal provides information on the Framework Programme for Empirical Educational Research, launched by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research in November 2007. Research priorities within the Framework Programme are introduced and users will find details regarding current projects, calls, funding directives. In particular, the portal provides information for young [...] 
Dokument von: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

EURAXESS Germany - Germany for Researchers


EURAXESS Germany is the National Coordination Point at the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, an information and advice point for internationally mobile researchers wishing to come to Germany or go abroad to work in research. On this website you can find information on funding opportunities, job offers, social security and tax issues and other topics relating to researcher [...] 

Germany Thinks - the German research landscape


The Goethe Institute dossier on social sciences and research portraits individual institutions and researchers in the area of (applied) social sciences, and an alphabetical list of research centres in Germany. Furthermore, links to various subdisciplines can be activated (religion, law, philosophy, urban development). 

Germany Thinks: Research Centres A-Z


An alphabetically sorted list of research institutions in Germany with a focus on social and cultural sciences. A short description of the institutes can be activated, including key words, and links to the website. 

The European dimension of research promotion

Euraxess: Researchers in Motion


The European Researcher`s Mobility Portal is a joint initiative of the European Commission and the 33 countries participating in the European Union’s Sixth Framework Programme for Research. The Portal offers a more favourable environment for career development opportunities for researchers in the European Research Area by providing the necessary structured information as [...] 

Green Paper European Research Area: New Perspectives


The Green Paper, which was adopted by the European Commission on April 4, 2007, launches a debate on the developments in the European Research Area, as defined by the EU Council in the Lisbon Strategy in 2000. As developing countries such as China and India are making rapid progress in research and development, the Green Paper states the need for mobility in research in the [...] 

Conditions of Entry and Residence of Third Country Highly-Skilled Workers in the EU (European Migration Network)


This EMN Synthesis Report aims to summarise and compare, within a European perspective, the findings from eleven National Contact Points (Austria, Belgium, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Sweden, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom) of the European Migration Network (EMN), on the conditions of entry and residence of third country highly-skilled workers in [...] 




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