Philipp Schwartz Initiative (Germany support for researchers at risk)

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The Philipp Schwartz Initiative from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation supports researchers at risk to continue their research in Germany. Applications may be submitted by these institutions in Germany:

  • public and state-recognised universities
  • Max Planck Institutes, Helmholtz Institutes, Leibniz Institutes, Fraunhofer Institutes
  • federal and federal state research institutions
  • other research institutions that can convincingly demonstrate their research portfolio and structures

Researchers at risk should contact potential host institutions in Germany. Nominees should have a PhD and not have resided outside their country for more than 5 years. The Fellowship provides 24 months of stipend and the host institution receives a lump sum of 20,000 EUR. Nominations close on March 4, 2022, except for those for Ukrainian scholars, which has been extended to March 18, 2022.

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