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Research in Germany

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Germany offers excellent research opportunities for EU/international PhD students and researchers. Universities and other higher education institutions as well as public- and private-sector non-university research institutions and large research funding organisations support international researchers with postdoctoral jobs and fellowships. Interesting development opportunities for international researchers also exist in research-intensive industry and with small and medium-sized enterprises. Many companies also work closely with universities and research institutions in application-oriented research and development.

Early Career Research Symposia

Early Career Research Symposium on Cross-Border Mobility. Organised by the German Academic Exchange Service, together with Max Weber Forum for South Asian Studies and ICAS:MP Metamorphosis of the Political for doctoral students and fresh PhDs. Last date for Application: 20 May 2024.

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Medical student draws atoms on a glass wall in the lab.

Information for PhD Students

Read more about the different ways of doing a PhD in Germany, your funding opportunities and some practical advice to prepare for your doctoral visit.

Three researchers with technical equipment in the test lab.

Information for Junior Researchers

Germany offers many opportunities for Postdocs: You can become eligible for appointment to a professorship by completing the habilitation process, work as a junior professor or lead a junior research group. Industry also offers alternative career opportunities.

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Three researchers view content on a laptop in the test lab.

Information for Senior Researchers

Germany offers international researchers a diverse research-oriented higher education landscape, globally recognised research institutions and a research-intensive industry that leads the world in many areas.

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Researcher tests investigative device at the German Aerospace Centre in Cologne.

Research Institutes

Find out about Germany’s different types of research institutions: universities, universities of applied sciences, non-university research institutes, companies and federal as well as state (Länder) institutions. Profiles of each type of research organisation can be found here.

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Researcher tests new glass solar panels

Research Funding

Research funding in Germany is provided by government bodies, various organisations, including many of the large non-university research institutions, and industry. Here you find a wide selection of funding programmes for international PhD students and researchers.

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