Listed alphabetically according to the city/ region
- DAAD: Support and assistance for Ukrainian students and scientists. On this page, the DAAD is providing offers of assistance from its partners as well as German and international institutes of higher education
- Jobs for #ResearchersAtRisk from academics.de
- The initiative of German universities to help Ukrainian students to find German university to continue their studies
- Universities of Applied Sciences are listing the opened support offers
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- The University of Augsburg offers ten scholarships funded by Germany Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) project “Future Ukraine”. Applications are accepted at all times. Contact: email@example.com.
- The University of Augsburg, with the Erasmus+ initiative, provides up to seven scholarships of EUR 1,100 per month for the summer semester of 2023.
- The University of Augsburg, The Jakob Fugger Center offers support for Research stays for two refugee Ukrainian visiting scholars in the winter semester 2022/2023.
- The University of Augsburg, International Master Program “International Business & Finance”: We would highly welcome Ukraine students in our next Master’s term, officially starting on 1 October 2022! But we will also support you IMMEDIATELY! You may send your application or a simplified e-mail to our assistant Julia Koch or myself (Julia.firstname.lastname@example.org; Thorsten.email@example.com). We will suspend for Ukraine students our official application period (for May/June).
- The University of Bayreuth offers bridge funding for researchers at risk from Ukrainian research institutions. These Bridge Fellowships enable researchers to connect to relevant research groups at the University of Bayreuth and explore further funding options from this safe location. Fellowship is 1400€ for nine months with easy procedure application (2-page cv, 2-page work plan and support from a host institute in Bayreuth). Deadline 15.05.2022
- Berlin University Alliance (BUA): Overview of actions and measures of the BUA partners and first contact points in Berlin for refugees
- Freie Universität Berlin established a short-term “Ukraine Emergency Fund” to provide support during this transitional and turbulent period, for example, for Ukrainian students who won’t be returning home at this time but whose official stay at Freie Universität is coming to an end. This support is also available for others (not just students). The program Academics in Solidarity supports displaced and endangered scholars through mentoring, academic counselling, systematic network building, and funding small research endeavors. It further benefits mentors by offering them special training as well as administrative and technical support both prior to and throughout the mentoring process. Berlin Free University, Institute for East European Studies: Bridging fellowships for scholars at risk from Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia
- Joined interdisciplinary master program Polymer Science increased by 10 people the number of people for admission with special support for Ukrainian students. Please, contact Dr. Ievgen Donskyi: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin: “The HU will make every effort to bring academics and students to the HU within the framework of sponsorship programmes so that they can complete their training and advance their research projects in Berlin.” 5 short fellowships for Ukrainian scholars (espec. historians, economists) for a maximum period of 6 months
- TU Berlin: “TU Berlin actively supports researchers and students from Ukraine in need of assistance, whether at TU Berlin or in Ukraine. To achieve this, the university will develop its existing programs for refugees and is also currently setting up a Berlin-Ukraine aid fund“
- The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) offers support to scientists from Ukraine as part of its “People – Ideas” funding program. With a call for applications for five positions for young scientists in innovative subject areas BAM enables refugees to continue their scientific work. Apply by 24 April 2022
- The German Rheumatism Research Center Berlin (DRFZ) is willing to accept Ukrainian and Russian opposition scientists, contact: email@example.com
- DAI German Archaeological Institute: Short-term fellowships for young scholars, specifically to support at-risk colleagues from Ukraine to conduct research at one of the DAI sites in Germany or abroad
- Institute for Advanced Study (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin) offers Yehudit and Yehuda Elkana Fellowship Program to Promote Free Scientific Exchange
- Mathematics Research Center MATH+ special fellowship program is an offer for refugees from Ukraine
- Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft offered free science courses for Ukrainian children who arrived in Berlin. Please contact Dr. Luiza Bengtsson (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to volunteer for teaching
- Prisma Ukraïna Postdoc Fellowships 2022/23 offers one Postdoctoral Resident Fellowship of up to 16 months in Berlin, four Postdoctoral Three-Month Resident Bridge-Fellowships in Berlin (within the period of 1 July–31 December 2022) and up to five Postdoctoral Non-Resident Fellowships from 3 to 12 months, starting 1 October 2022. Application deadline: 29 June 2022, 12:00 (noon) CEST
- Rathgen Forschungslabor of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin offers two scholarships for refugee Ukrainian emerging professionals. The scholarships are intended to enable emerging professionals to undertake their own research projects in the context of heritage science
- Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau launched a Wildau Welcome IT School for Ukrainian Students. The school aims to offer students who fled from Ukraine and had to interrupt their studies to continue their education at TH Wildau (Berlin) in order not to lose a semester at their home university
- SCRIPTS (Cluster of Excellence “Contestations of the Liberal Script) has set up an emergency fund for scholars at risk from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia
Bochum & Dortmund
- The Cluster of Excellence RESOLV is an interdisciplinary research project of the Ruhr University Bochum and the TU Dortmund University. It provides funding for research stays and visiting professors of up to 6 months for Ukrainian scientists to be hosted by one of our research groups. Funding is provided for scientists of all career levels, from graduate students to visiting professors, ranging from € 861 up to € 3,000 per month. Contact: email@example.com.
- Leibniz-Institute for Educational Media: Different fellowship programmes to support Ukraine and persecuted Russian researchers
Cottbus & Senftenberg
- The Chair of IT Security at the Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg supports Ukrainian scientists who want to pursue or start their academic careers in the field of IT security. We offer the necessary support for potential candidates who are looking for financial aid (e.g. in the form of a scholarship). We can help the candidates with the preparation of the documents/proposals and other organizational issues in order to get scholarships from the relevant funding bodies, which offer financial support to the Ukrainian scientists. The funding can then be used for research work and / or PhD at the Chair of IT Security. More information about us can be found here
Darmstadt & Mainz
- The Collaborative Research Centre Transregio 146 “Multiscale Simulation Methods for Soft Matter Systems” is offering research opportunities to Ukrainian scientists who fled Ukraine. If you are for example a physicist, chemist, mathematician, computer scientist or engineer, and your research interests are within the scope of the TRR146, please contact us, and we will figure something out. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dresden University of Technology announced the Georgius Agricola Scholarships for a Research/Study Stay
- Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR): Applicant portal for researchers from Ukraine
- The Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden (IFW) and Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) offer Scholarship (6-12 months, phd students and senior researchers) to enable Ukrainian scientists, who had to leave their home country as a result of the invasion by the Russian army, to continue their research work for at least a limited time in Dresden
Duisburg & Essen
Duisburg, Essen & Bochum
- Collaborative Research Centre / Transregio 247 provides funding for research stays and visiting professors of up to 6 months for Ukrainian scientists to be hosted by one of our research groups. Please contact: email@example.com, sending your CV and one-page outline of possible projects within CRC/TRR 247
- Erfurt University. The “Religion and Urbanity” research group at the Max Weber Kolleg of the University of Erfurt is offering a nine-month fellowship for refugee postdocs who have previously worked at a university in Ukraine
Erlangen & Nürnberg
Frankfurt am Main
- Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main offers five scholarships to Ukrainian historians who are forced to leave their country. Scholarships consist of 3000 € per month each and are initially limited to four months. They address post-doctoral scholars in medieval and early modern history with a focus on religious plurality. There is no deadline and no formal application
- Justus Liebig University Giessen (JLU): Aid fund by the Central Hessian universities and the Research Campus of Central Hessen (FCMH)/ Фонди допомоги від університетів центрального Гессена, joint call for applications for students, doctoral candidates and researchers from Ukraine (support for up to 6 months)
- 11 PhD Student Positions available at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in a DFG-Funded Research Training Group in cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, and biophysics. More information here
- EURIZON Fellowship Programme for Ukraine will provide support and training opportunities to scientists, RIs staff and managers from Ukraine.
- Hamburg is building a “science bridge” to help scholars and students at risk in Ukraine. Total fund 100’000€ Contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Leibniz Information Center for Science & Technology/ University Library (TIB) offers a grant programme for librarians and scientists who had to flee Ukraine and is working together with Leibniz Universität Hannover and the Leibniz Association on other programmes to support them. Please contact TIB: at email@example.com
- The Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony e.V. is a non-university research institute that has existed for 40 years and is mainly financed by the state of Lower Saxony. Contact Prof. Dr. Tillmann Bartsch: tillmann.Bartsch@kfn.de
- The Faculty of International Business of the Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences offers to Ukrainian students admission into Bachelor of Arts in International Business – Intercultural Studies programme with special accommodations, including no international tuition fees, an expedited application procedure and flexibility in requirements. This flyer contains information about the special offer, who to contact, and information about the Faculty and the programmes.
- The Heidelberg University provides the help and information for students and lists the offers of assistance and support from inside and outside the academic community
- Institute for Theoretical Studies: Job opportunities for suitably qualified scientists at different levels, ranging from internships to guest scientist positions
- Aid fund by the Central Hessian universities and the Research Campus of Central Hessen (FCMH)/ Фонди допомоги від університетів центрального Гессена, joint call for applications for students, doctoral candidates and researchers from Ukraine with connections to Philipps University Marburg (UMR), Justus Liebig University Giessen (JLU) or Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen – University of Applied Sciences (THM) (support for up to 6 months)
- Hessen Fonds: scholarship programme for persecuted scientists in Hessen
- Leibniz Insitute for Jewish History and Culture – Simon Dubnow offers short-term fellowships for Ukrainian researchers of Jewish Studies/History for up to 3 months, and to host Ukrainian researchers
- TH Lübeck – Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture – is looking to fill a management position (full/part-time / probably TVL 13) in Lübeck for the establishment and operation of a digital communication system in architecture and civil engineering together with Ukrainian universities. We are looking for an active, independent person with organizational skills and knowledge of Ukrainian, English and possibly German. The position is limited until the end of 2022 with the option of extension. For queries and short application: Prof. Dr. Helmut Offermann firstname.lastname@example.org
- Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz: Six-month internship for students or young scientists with Ukrainian citizenship
- Leibniz Institute for European History: Fellowship program aimed at PhD students and postdocs from Ukraine
- Philipps University Marburg (UMR): Aid fund by the Central Hessian universities and the Research Campus of Central Hessen (FCMH)/ Фонди допомоги від університетів центрального Гессена, Joint call for applications for students, doctoral candidates and researchers from Ukraine (support for up to 6 months)
- The Deutsches Museum offers short-term Scholarships (max. 6 month) to researchers from Ukraine under the “Scholar in Residence” programme to conduct research in close collaboration with the museum staff in Munich
- Department of History at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU), together with the German-Ukrainian Historical Commission, Project House Europe and Center for Global History, has launched a program that enables Ukrainian scholars in the historical sciences to spend up to six months at LMU
- Technische Universität München, Institute for Advanced Study established a fellowship program to provide scholarships for an initial six-month research stay. The fellows will be provided with office space at the TUM-IAS in Garching and will conduct research on promising projects in cooperation with a TUM professor. The fellows and their families will also be provided with accommodation
- Technische Universität München Graduate School supports doctoral researchers affected by the war in Ukraine and welcomes them to Munich and TUM. The #SupportUkraine@TUM-GS website provides information about doctoral research opportunities and financial support options at TUM, as well as an overview of further offers at TUM specifically designed for Ukrainian researchers who wish to continue/do their doctorate at TUM. With extended Welcome Sevices especially for Ukrainian doctoral candidates, the TUM Graduate School also offers individual support and advice
- The University of Passau provides information related to the Ukraine crisis as well as on support services and contact centres: orientation for refugees, offers counselling and psychosocial support for Ukrainian nationals and collating legal information that you may need when contacting German government departments and services.
- Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies together with Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies offers support for humanities and social scientists who have fled Ukraine and come to Regensburg. Contact email@example.com
- The University of Regensburg is offering a guide for refugee students and academics who want to study or research at the UR. In addition, the university is offering a special German courses for Ukrainian students, who do not have any German proficiency yet
- The Center for Entrepreneurship of the Reutlingen University initiated an initiative for students (app 5 students) to attend lectures. Contact Dr. Lyubomyr Matsekh firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Technical Univeristy of Applied Sciences Rosenheim offers Bachelor’s and Masters’ degree programs in English as language of instruction. These courses require either no or only basic German language skills (A2). Starting 20.06 the TU and Volkshochschule Rosenheim offer a German language intensive course for refugees without prior knowledge
- The University of Speyer: Certificate Programme ‘Public Leadership and Administration’ for (Future) Senior Civil Servants in the Ukrainian Government and Administration. The programme has been specifically designed for Ukrainians who have recently come to Germany. Speyer University can offer 20 – 25 study places
- Trier Center for Digital Humanities: Regular fellowships for PhD students and postdocs open to Ukrainian young scholars
- CaCTüS offers one paid 3-months research internship in Tübingen open to students who fled Ukraine and are now in Germany. The research project requires some programming experience and interest in data analysis and the brain. The internship will take place from July – September 2022 at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics. The application deadline is 15 May 2022. More information about here
- Eberhard Karls University: Scholarships for Ukrainian scholars (postdoc and higher qualification)
- University of Tübingen is offering 10 Research@Tübingen scholarships for Ukrainian scholars (for up to 12 months). If you know of any Ukrainian scholars who were able to flee the country, please get in touch with email@example.com. The University of Tübingen has extended the application deadline for ‘non restricted programmes’ for Ukrainian citizens until 31.03.2022. A tuition waiver for students from Ukraine is currently under consideration. More information here.
- The Medical Faculty of the University of Tübingen has set up an emergency fund for the support of Ukrainian persons at risk who can be assigned to the area of “laboratory personnel” (e.g. medical technical assistance) in the broadest sense. Further education and training grants can be awarded for an initial period of 6 to a maximum of 12 months.
- The iFIT Cluster of Excellence supports Ukranian researchers and offers three positions to scientists (doctoral/postdoctoral level), who are willing to continue their scientific work in Germany. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- RheinMain University of Applied Sciences offers four fellowships to scholars with Ukrainian citizenship who live and work in Ukraine and have been affected by the war. Due to the orientation of the faculty, we particularly invite scholars from the fields of social work or related disciplines like education, healthcare, non-profit management, social sciences, or humanities
- The Interdisciplinary Centre for Science and Technology Studies (IZWT) at Wuppertal University: Scholarships for researchers from Ukraine who work within the scope of the research fields of the IZWT (philosophy of science, history of science and technology, sociology of science)
- Alumni Association, Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg is publishing job advertisements and has increased the Ukraine emergency aid fund of the University of Würzburg by 20,000 euros. The International Students Office and the Welcome Center manage the fund and distribute the money to needy Ukrainian students and scientists at the University of Würzburg
- Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg offers