Young Researchers Fund
Santander Summer School for Doctoral Students – presentation of research projects
Young Researchers Fund
Supporting doctoral candidates through completion grants and travel allowances
The Young Researchers Fund aims to support outstanding doctoral candidates – through contributions or endowments in any amount.
Current funding instruments:
- Completion grants for a maximum of 1,000 euros a month for up to six months
- Travel allowances of up to 1,500 euros to make possible research stays or participation in international conferences and workshops.
Supporters interested in the up-and-coming generation can also request to support individual projects such as the Santander School School for Doctoral Students.
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Santander Summer School for Doctoral Candidates
Since 2013, young researchers from renowned universities in Latin America, Europe and Asia meet regularly in Heidelberg, Chile, India and Japan to discuss innovative research topics with a view toward societal development. With the increasing internationalisation of research, it is important to encourage the mobility of today‘s young researchers. The Santander Summer School for Doctoral Students makes a significant contribution to this effort.
"This has been my first summer school and I really appreciate being part of it. What I love about this summer school is that the course is not so huge. You can get in touch with other students and professors and share advice. Everyone is so helpful. Also, the location is perfect, small and cozy. I like it."
doctoral student, Universität Zürich
We want to thank Santander Universitäten for its support which also makes sure that this exchange will continue for the next several years.
Learn more about Santander Summer School.
Tanja E. (travel allowance)
The travel allowance allowed me…
to get to know top researchers in my field of research, to get valuable feedback for my own research as well as to defend my own work against criticism.
For me, typical Heidelberg is …
the combination of progress and comfort.
Moments during my studies in Heidelberg that will last forever…
"Tanja, there is no such ONE Buddhism!“ – this is what one of my lecturers told me in one of my very first seminars in my Minor, theology, when I was trying to reproduce what I have read in some introductory book. The sentence is one of the most important sentences of my studies in Heidelberg because it always reminds me to have a look at seemingly simple social phenomenons in a more differentiated way.”
Continue to strengthen research at Heidelberg University – support the experts and leaders of tomorrow by contributing to the YOUNG RESEARCHERS FUND today.
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