The University of Tübingen has close ties with several international research institutions. These offer a variety of funding schemes for researchers of all career levels. Furthermore some funding opportunities pertain exclusivly to the University of Tübingen and are thus offered in close cooperation with the University.
Durham and Tϋbingen wish to develop a stronger bilateral relationship, building on their collaborations through the Matariki Network of Universities. The Tϋbingen-Durham Seedcorn Fund follows delegations hosted by each partner and an MoU first signed in 1989.
Through a competitive process, Durham and Tϋbingen universities will jointly advertise, select and fund projects in research and education. Successful research projects are expected to result in third-party funding applications.
These fellowships offer the opportunity to spend three months working on collaborative projects with colleagues at Durham’s Institute for Advanced Study. As the university’s flagship research institute, the IAS aims to foster creative and collaborative interdisciplinary research, set tomorrow's agenda and leave a legacy of embedded research projects in Durham.
The China Scholarship Council (CSC) and the University of Tübingen have established a PhD Program which supports Chinese nationals inside and outside of China wishing to carry out all or part of their PhD study in Tübingen.
The aims are to provide high quality research training to qualified students from Chinese universities and develop education and research collaborations between the University of Tübingen and Chinese universities and research institutions.
Two funding lines are promoted:
Professors at the University of Tübingen who are interested in hosting a Chinese doctoral candidate in either funding line A or B can contact either Dr. Alexander Joost (eccs.md) or the Unit for International Research Cooperation and Research Strategies ( @gmail.cominternational.research) @uni-tuebingen.de
This Fellowship offers current and emerging peace leaders the opportunity to increase their capacity to prevent and resolve conflict through academic training, field experience and professional networking. Fellows earn either a master’s degree or a professional development certificate in peace and conflict studies at one of the six Rotary Peace Centers – one of which is the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center. Requirements: Bachelors degree plus three years of related work experience.
Applications are accepted through May 31, 2018, for graduate studies commencing Fall 2019. Information is available on the attached handout and instructions on the application process through the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center’s website. Flyer