Student support funds for advanced students

For us the support of young researchers does not start in the doctoral phase but with the support of highly committed students in their last semester of study. We would like to meet the strong interest of advanced students with our student support fund for advanced students.

What can be funded with the help of the support fund?

1. Student research groups –StuReG
A StuReG is a group of at least six students who independently form a (interdisciplinary) research field, which has a close connection with the research question of the Cluster. The defined research field has to be broad enough to include the research interests of several participating students.

These StuReGs offer the possibility to discuss questions regarding students’ Master theses beyond bigger colloquia, to build working networks and to acquire the competences of research, science and conference management in a group, in which small workshops, conferences etc. can be organized.

As a general rule StuReGs can apply for support of max. 1000€/year. We can cover for lecturer and travel fees for invited speakers as well as costs for material. We can only reimburse costs that can be documented by original receipts.

APPLICATION FOR THE FORMATION OF A STUREG

APPLICATION FOR FUNDING OF A STUREG

2. Field research for Master’s theses
Students who are writing their final thesis in a cluster related topic and are planning research stays or archival stays can apply for a fund of 300€ once.

We can reimburse travel fees, visa and archival fees as well as costs for photocopying.
We can only reimburse costs that can be documented by original receipts.

APPLICATION FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF FIELD RESEARCH

3. Assistance for a research stay for foreign students
In individual cases the stay at Goethe University can be supported financially for foreign students, if their research interest can be found in the Cluster.

We can only reimburse costs that can be documented by original receipts.

APPLICATION FOR SUPPORT FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

Application

The application can only be issued with help of a PI. You find a list of the PIs here...
For your and our security of planning we would ask you to issue the application BEFORE conducting any of the procedures.
The reimbursement cannot be guaranteed.
Applications can be handed in any time.

Application forms
APPLICATION FOR THE FORMATION OF A STUREG
APPLICATION FOR FUNDING OF A STUREG
APPLICATION FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF FIELD RESEARCH
APPLICATION FOR SUPPORT FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS


Please send application forms and original receipts to
EXC Normative Orders
Max-Horkheimer-Str. 2
Hauspostfach 5
60323 Frankfurt

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