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Ernst Mach-Grants - next closing date: 15.03.2016

Montag, 02. November 2015 - 22:10 Uhr

Ernst Mach-Grants – ASEA-UNINET (formerly known as Technology Grants South-East Asia)

ASEA-UNINET supports the exchange of knowledge between partner universities in the member countries in Europe and South-East Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam). The main activity of the network is the organization and financial support of the exchange of scientists and postgraduates and the transfer of knowledge associated with this.

The selection of the candidates takes place locally by Austrian university professors.

Applications are open to postgraduates who have obtained a master degree (including master thesis) or a doctoral degree (or equivalent degree) in various fields (including e.g. Natural Sciences, Technical Sciences, Human Medicine, Health Sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities Arts) as well as to graduates in the field of music.

There are four types of grants

  • Post-doc Grants (research grants)
    Duration: max. 9 months
    Grant benefit: 1,040 euro
  • PhD-Grants
    Grant for a complete PhD programme in Austria
    Duration: 36 months
    Grant benefit: 940 euros
  • Sandwich-Grants
    Grant for a partial study period during a PhD programme in Austria
    Duration: 12 months
    Grant benefit: 940 euros
  • Music-Grants
    Duration: max. 9 months
    Grant benefit: 940 euros

Additionally, scholarship holders receive a travel cost subsidy of max. 730 euros.

Deadline

Next closing date for the submission of applications: 1 December 2015 15 March 2016

Link and download

For more information and the online-application tool, please click: Ernst Mach Grant - Link

or see the download file: Ernst Mach Grant - Information sheet

Use the step-by-step guide as a support for filling out the online application: Step-by-step-guide


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