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International Collaboration Package

KHYS aims at increasing the number of KIT doctoral researchers who make a research stay abroad. This is why we have implemented the International Collaboration Package. The objective of the package is to promote the mobility and networking of doctoral researchers and sustainably establish these by means of fostering international collaborations. The International Collaboration Package is a modular funding scheme that consists of four different modules:

 

  • Module 1: Strategic meetings at the collaboration partner’s organization
  • Module 2.1: Strategic meetings at KIT
  • Module 2.2: Short-term stays of doctoral researchers of the partner’s organization at KIT
  • Module 3: Short-term stays of KIT doctoral researchers at the partner’s organization

 

Please note that for the current call for applications it will be possible for the first time to apply for funding for journeys of professors or postdocs and doctoral researchers from abroad to come to KIT (cf. Modules 2.1 and 2.2). The funding can cover one or several of the modules. However, every package has to include Module 3. All of the planned activities have to take place before December 16, 2018.

 

Target group:
KIT professors, heads of KIT institutes, or heads of a certified KIT junior research group; doctoral researchers of KIT

 

Scope of funding:
The maximum sum for each funding package is EUR 10,000. Each package can cover one or several of the four modules. However, every package has to include Module 3. This means for example that the total sum of EUR 10,000 could be used for Module 3.

More detailed information on the scope of funding for each module can be found here.

 

 

In addition a pdf file containing all information is available for printing.

 

 

If you have any questions concerning the International Collaboration Package please contact Jutta Klein-Hitpaß.

This measure is promoted by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

 

 

 

 DAAD

 

BMBF