Ernst Mach-Grants (EMG) – ASEA-UNINETPosted on January 3, 2019

ASEA-UNINET supports the exchange of knowledge between partner universities in the member countries in Europe and South-East Asia (Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam). The main activity of the network is the organization and financial support of the exchange of scientists and postgraduates and the transfer of knowledge associated with this.The funding is organized by the OeAD-GmbH/ICM in cooperation with ASEA-UNINET (on behalf of and financed by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research – BMWF).
Applications are open to postgraduates who have obtained a master degree (including master thesis) or a doctoral degree (or equivalent degree) in various fields (including e.g. Natural Sciences, Technical Sciences, Human Medicine, Health Sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts) as well as to graduates in the field of music (only).

Country of origin:

Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines

Target country:

Austria

There are four types of grants:

  • Post-doc Grants (research grants)
    Duration: max. 3-9 months (new!)
    Grant benefit: 1,150 euro
  • PhD-Grants
    Grant for a complete PhD programme in Austria
    Duration: 36 months
    Grant benefit: 1,050 euros
  • Sandwich-Grants
    Grant for a partial study period during a PhD programme in Austria
    Duration: 9 months (new!)
    Grant benefit: 1,050 euros
  • Music-Grants
    Duration: max. 9 months
    Grant benefit: 1,050 euros

Additionally, scholarship holders receive a travel cost subsidy of max. 1,000 euros.

Maximum age:

  • Graduates and postgraduates: 35 years
  • Post docs: 45 years

Language proficiency:

Very good knowledge of English and/or German

Where to apply:

For more information and the online-application tool, please click: Ernst Mach Grant – Link.
Please be informed that paper-based applications are no longer accepted – online application ONLY via www.scholarships.at

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Closing date for applications:

March 31st, 2019

Contact:

Bureau of International Cooperation Strategy, The Office of the Higher Education Commission

Tel. 02-6105405