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 Germans wishing to go abroad to work in research. Here you can find information on funding opportunities, job offers, social security and tax issues and other topics relating to researcher mobility. The EURAXESS Germany [...]
European Liaison Office of the German Research Organisations
The "European Liaison Office of the German Research Organisations" is the joint service platform of the German research organisations united in the "Association for the Promotion of European and International Cooperation in Science e.V.". As a Central Research Facility, KoWi is financed by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) with offices located in Bonn and [...]
Refugee Scientists and Academics: DFG to Facilitate Participation in Research Projects
Given the current situation of refugees from conflict zones entering Germany, the German Research Foundation has disclosed the availability of additional funding for universities and research projects, e.g. funding of scientists with a refugee background.
Science4refugees initiative to match asylum seekers with academia
The European Commission has launched the Science4Refugees initiative to help refugee scientists and researchers find suitable jobs that both improve their own situation and put their skills and experience to good use in Europe's research system. Science4Refugees matches talented refugees and asylum seekers who have a scientific background with positions in universities and research institutions that are [...]
EURAXESS Germany - information for refugees
The German branch of the network for researchers in Europe provides information for refugees who wish to study or research in Germany, including addresses and further advice on legal issues, funding.
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