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Bonn fellowship application deadline approaching

The application submission deadline for the Bonn/UW-Madison graduate fellowship competition is

4:00 PM Wednesday, March 2, 2016
See http://fellowships.international.wisc.edu/graduate-fellowship-university-of-bonn-germany/ for specific submission instructions and information about the award and competition.

Applicants should be enrolled in a doctoral program at UW–Madison; applicants do not have to be US citizens. Preference will be given to dissertators; however, graduate students who have not yet passed preliminary examinations for the Ph.D. will be considered. The awards are not tenable for use after a terminal Master’s Degree. Please read all information carefully about the award and the specific submission instructions found here http://fellowships.international.wisc.edu/graduate-fellowship-university-of-bonn-germany/
If you have any questions about the competition or application, please contact Erin Crawley, fellow@intl-institute.wisc.edu.
The program in brief: The University of Bonn, Germany will offer one academic year award and several short-term awards to UW–Madison advanced graduate students who wish to pursue independent research under the guidance of a senior faculty member at University of Bonn. Although there is no general minimum language skills requirement, German skills should be commensurate with the needs of the project.

About the University of Bonn: This research university is considered one of Europe’s top institutes of higher education. Traditionally, UW–Madison applicants have come primarily from the humanities and social sciences, but in recent years we have had successful applicants in STEM fields. Bonn is recognized as a leader in mathematics, physics, chemistry, pharmaceutical research, and life- and neurosciences, with strengths also in an international computer sciences program.

Info session about Bonn/UW-Madison grad fellowship program

There will be an information session for graduate students interested in pursuing research at the University of Bonn, Germany during the 2016-17 academic year on a Bonn/UW-Madison graduate fellowship.

Thursday,December 10, 2015
3:00-4:00 PM
336 Ingraham Hall

The University of Bonn, Germany, will offer one academic year award and several short-term awards to UW–Madison advanced graduate students who wish to pursue independent research under the guidance of a senior faculty member. Although there is no general minimum language skills requirement, German skills should be commensurate with the needs of the project.

About the University of Bonn: This research university is considered one of Europe’s top institutes of higher education. Traditionally, UW–Madison applicants have come primarily from the humanities and social sciences, but Bonn is recognized as a leader in mathematics, physics, chemistry, pharmaceutical research, and life- and neurosciences, with strengths also in an international computer sciences program.

Applicants should be enrolled in a doctoral program at UW–Madison. Preference will be given to dissertators; however, graduate students who have not yet passed preliminary examinations for the Ph.D. will be considered. The awards are not tenable for use after a terminal Master’s Degree. For more information on the competition, go to the Graduate Fellowship Bonn University page on this site.

Christina Flach, Bonn University visit

Graduate students, if you are interested in learning more about the UW-Madison/University of Bonn graduate fellowship competition, please to come to an information session with
Christina Flach, the Exchange Programs coordinator at the University of Bonn.
Christina will talk about the research possibilities at the University of Bonn and related research institutes in the area and Erin Crawley will be on hand to answer questions about the campus competition. Pizza will be provided. The session will be held on:

Tuesday, February 4, 2014
11:30-12:45
336 Ingraham Hall

The campus deadline cannot be set until after Christina Flach’s visit. However, you can go here to find out information about the program in general and get an idea of what the competition entailed:
http://fellowships.international.wisc.edu/graduate-fellowship-university-of-bonn-germany/

If you are interested in attending, please send Erin Crawley an email, fellow@intl-institute.wisc.edu. Registration is not required, but it is helpful.

Univ. of Bonn Graduate Fellowship deadline: 4:00 PM, Wednesday, April 3, 2013

UW–Madison Graduate Student Fellowship Program at University of Bonn, Germany: The University of Bonn, Germany, will offer one academic year award and several short-term awards to UW–Madison advanced graduate students who wish to pursue independent research under the guidance of a senior faculty member. Although there is no general minimum language skills requirement, German skills should be commensurate with the needs of the project.

Academic year award: The academic year award pays fees at Bonn and provides a maintenance allowance of approximately 10,000 Euro for the year for a PhD student; 7,500 Euro for a MA student. This award runs from October 2013 through July 2014.

Short term awards: There are several short term awards available (duration could be one or two months, or one semester, depending on the needs of the project). Dissertators are preferred; however, graduate students who have not yet passed preliminary examinations for the Ph.D. will be considered. The awards pay fees at Bonn and provide a maintenance allowance of approximately 1000 Euro per month for a PhD level candidate, or 750 Euro per month for an MA level candidate. Short term awards cannot begin before January 2014.

The application deadline for both programs (the academic year and short-term awards) is 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Please see program description for application requirements. Complete applications should be submitted to: Dr. Erin Crawley, 328 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Dr., Madison, WI 53706.

About the University of Bonn: This research university is considered one of Europe’s top institutes of higher education. Traditionally, UW–Madison applicants have come primarily from the humanities and social sciences, but Bonn is recognized as a leader in mathematics, physics, chemistry, pharmaceutical research, and life- and neurosciences, with strengths also in an international computer sciences program

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