Call for Applications for the Philipp Schwartz Initiative
17 December 2020, by International Affairs
The ninth call of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation makes it possible for higher education institutions to host threatened foreign researchers for a period of up to 24 months. The application must be submitted by the university leadership and can include multiple candidates provided that the host institution can guarantee the academic supervision of the threatened foreign researchers.
Should you be in personal contact with threatened foreign researchers in your field of study and be interested in applying for funding, contact the Department of International Affairs(kristin.guenther"AT"uni-hamburg.de). There you will receive advice on preparing the application and further information on additional procedures. Even if you do not have contact with threatened foreign researchers in your field of study but are interested in hosting and supervising a threatened foreign researcher in your research group, you can contact the Department of International Affairs.
The relevant application documents must be submitted to the Department of International Affairs by 29 January 2021 at the latest. The obligatory threat assessment will be initiated by 5 February 2021 at the latest.