|Name||Awarding authority||Mobility type||Duration (from - to)||Maximum grant||Other (specific requirements...)||Elegible countries in which HEI of doctoral candidate is based|
|Lienert-Stiftung - Stipendien für Doktoranden||Lienert Foundation||outgoing mobility||3200€||PhD/Postdocs Field-specific: Biological psychology; statistics||Germany|
|Mobility Programme||Graduate & Professional Training Centre Ulm||outgoing mobility||0-1 month - 6 months or more||2000€||Active participation in events required; can only be awarded once per study cycle; application needs to be handed in at least 4 weeks before the travel||Germany|
|Vortragsreisenprogramm||DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service||outgoing mobility||max. 80% of the prooven ticket price of the flight (Economy)||Eligible are doctoral candidates, which are well embedded into the German scientific system and who’s main place of residence in the long run is Germany. Emeriti also fall into this category. |
Furthermore, German and foreign scientists, who do research in a foreign country, are eligible if they are financed by a German institution, but that insitution does not cover congress and presentation costs.
|Kongressreisenprogramm||DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service||outgoing mobility||Eligible are doctoral candidates, which are well embedded into the German scientific system and who’s main place of residence in the long run is Germany. Emeriti also fall into this category. _x000D_|
Furthermore, German and foreign scientists, who do research in a foreign country, are eligible if they are financed by a German institution, but that insitution does not cover congress and presentation costs.
|Kurzstipendien für Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden||DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service||outgoing mobility||1-6 months||Academic qualification: You must prove that at time of application you have been accepted as a doctoral student in a German higher education institution or that a dissertation topic was assigned to you. The acceptance to the doctoral studies cannot have happened more than 3 years ago, unless there are exceptional reasons for it. _x000D_|
Organisational requirements: You are responsible for the preparation of the stay abroad, especially concerning the position at the receiving institution and the needed arrangements regarding the project to be conducted. These preparations need to be concluded at the time of application.
|Jahresstipendien für Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden||DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service||outgoing mobility||7-12 months||Academic qualification: You must prove that at time of application you have been accepted as a doctoral student in a German higher education institution or that a dissertation topic was assigned to you. The acceptance to the doctoral studies cannot have happened more than 3 years ago, unless there are exceptional reasons for it. _x000D_|
Organisational requirements: You are responsible for the preparation of the stay abroad, especially concerning the position at the receiving institution and the needed arrangements regarding the project to be conducted. These preparations need to be concluded at the time of application. In the case that there are tuition fees at the receiving institution, you must ask for a waiver or reduction of them and should prove this at the applications stage.
|Funding for travel costs for participation in international conferences and workshops||Trier University||outgoing mobility||For members of Trier University only||Germany|
|Funding for research stay at Partner universities of Trier University||Trier University||outgoing mobility||1-3 months||For members of Trier University only||Germany|
|Exchange program with Jesus College, Oxford||Trier University||outgoing mobility||12 months||For members of Trier University only||Germany|
|Funding for research stay at Trier University Partner for PhD candidates from Partner universities||Trier University||incoming mobility||1-3 months||only upon invitation of a researcher of Trier University, no direct application possible (Research Initiative Rhineland-Palatinate, till 2023)||specific HEI: only upon invitation of a researcher of Trier University, no direct application possible (Research Initiative Rhineland-Palatinate, till 2023)|
|Scholarships for international PhD candidates doing their PhD at Trier University in the final stage of their degree||DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service||incoming mobility||up to 6 months||international|
|Teaching Assistantships for international PhD candidates doing their PhD at Trier University||DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service||incoming mobility||up to 6 months||international|
|https://www.gerda-henkel-stiftung.de/en/grants||Gerda Henkel Stiftung||Research projects in the following fields are supported in particular:|
History of Art
Historical Islamic Studies
History of Science
History of Law
Prehistory and Early History; Projects and individuals in the following areas are not supported:
Natural and Engineering Sciences
Linguistics and Literature Studies
Drama or Film Studies
|Studienstiftung des Abgeordnetenhauses||Abgeordnetenhaus Berlin||incoming mobility||10 months||1,100€/month||France, United Kingdom, United States, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan|
|Study Exchange German Language and Literature Studies_x000D_||Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg||incoming mobility||2000||highly qualified students of the German language and literature||Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia|
|Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme||Tempus Public Foundation||incoming mobility||1-2 semesters||415-530€/month||Federative Republic of Brazil, Japan, Kingdom of Cambodia, Lebanese Republic, Mongolia, People's Republic of China (only Hudec applicants), Republic of Albania, Republic of Belarus, Republic of India, Republic of Korea, Republic of Turkey, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Russian Federation, Syrian Arab Republic, United Mexican States.|
|Mobility for doctoral research||University of Trento||outgoing mobility||3-6 months||3000€/3months||Beneficiaries: PhD students regularly enrolled at the University of Trento. Where: at one of UniTrento partner Universities located in an extra-EU country; Applications received are considered for funding on a monthly basis (at the end of the month). The list of accepted students will be available by the 15th of the month after application._x000D_|
Mobility will be possible after 30 days from the end of the month of application (e.g.: if the application was done in January, the departure will be possible from March).
|LV state fellowship for research||State Education Development Agency Latvia||incoming mobility||up to 5 months||30€/day + 300€/month for accomodation||Only academic and scientific staff of foreign higher education and research institutions are eligible candidates (only eligible countries, subject to change, see http://viaa.gov.lv/eng/scholarships_gov/latvian_scholarships/)||Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, France, Georgia, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Peru, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Tajikistan, The People's Republic of China, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Japan, Lithuania, Norway, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland|
|Short-Term Studies||Education Exchanges Support Foundation||incoming mobility||1-2 semesters||approximately 468€/month||Lithuanian state scholarships cannot be double funded from other sources, e.g. other scholarships or other academic exchange programmes; Elegibility criteria: 1. The candidate has to receive an official approval of acceptance from the chosen Lithuanian higher education institution.|
2. The candidate has to be a student of a higher education institution of the particular country mentioned in the table above.
3. The candidate has to have good knowledge of Lithuanian, English or other language required to study the chosen study programme (the minimum of B2 level of study language according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is required). 4.
|Scholarships for short-term studies in Lithuania offered for candidates who are students of higher education institutions of the following countries:
• The Eastern Partnership countries: Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia.
• ASEM countries: Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, the Philippines, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, China, South Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Pakistan, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.
• Lithuania priority export market countries: Sweden, Germany, Norway, Finland, the United Kingdom, France, Poland, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, Latvia, Estonia, the United States, Israel.
|LT Short-Term Studies||Education Exchanges Support Foundation||incoming mobility||1-2 semesters||approximately 585€/month||• 5 scholarships for Lithuanian short-term (1-2 semesters) studies are offered for candidates who are students, lecturers or researchers (researchers in linguistics or philology only) of higher education and research institutions of all countries of the world.|
• 5 scholarships for Lithuanian short-term (1-2 semesters) studies are offered for candidates who are foreigners of Lithuanian origin of all countries of the world.
Programme requirements for the Lithuanian studies
Applicants for the Lithuanian studies scholarship are required to choose or design their study programme which might include subjects such as Lithuanian philology, linguistics, literature, Lithuanian history, ethnology and folklore, culturology, etc. Applicants for the Lithuanian studies are required to aggregate 30 ECTS per one semester.
For choosing the higher education institution for Lithuanian short-term (1-2 semesters) studies, candidates are advised to use AIKOS platform, selecting key words “Lithuanian philology” and etc. for search. Candidates are advised to contact an international office of the chosen higher education institution for more detailed information about studies that the institution offers.
|State Scholarship Program||Education Exchange Support Fund||incoming and outgoing mobility||Citizens of Lithuania|
|Alexander von Humboldt Polish Honorary Research Scholarship||FNP (Fundacja na rzecz Nauki Polskiej)||incoming mobility||3-6 months||4,000€/month||German researchers (NOT PhD students???)||Germany|
|Exchange Programme for Students and Scientists as Part of Bilateral Cooperation||Foreign partner institutions in sending countries||incoming mobility||Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Greece, Hungary, Israel,
Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Macedonia, Mexico, Mongolia, Germany, Romania, Serbia,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, Vietnam, Yemen.
|UWERTURA||National Science Center Poland||incoming mobility||3-6 months||For doctoral researchers who have carried out or are carrying out, as Principal Investigators, research projects funded by the NCN, and are not European Research Council (ERC) grantees and plan to apply for ERC grants||international|
|Bourses de recherche doctorale et postdoctorale «Eugen Ionescu»||Agence universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF)||outgoing mobility||3 months||The scholarship is for French-speaking teachers and / or researchers that are members of AUF.|
|Hermanos Balaguer-Gonel Mobility Grants||Fundación Hermanos Balaguer-Gonel||outgoing mobility||2500||The recipients must be natives or residents of the province of Castelló. For students of Universitat Jaume I. After 2nd year of PhD studies.|
|Ayudas a la movilidad para estancias breves y traslados temporales de beneficiarios FPU||Spanish government||outgoing mobility||1-2 months - 3-6 months||Spain|
|GRC Travel Grants||Graduate Campus University of Zurich||outgoing mobility||2 weeks - 2 months||CHF 3400 (overseas)||All PhD candidates matriculated at UZH as well as postdoctoral researchers at UZH are eligible to apply. There is no conference funding available. Activity must be supported by advisor, and it has to be relevant for the career and research of applicant.||Switzerland|
|Doc.Mobility||Swiss National Science Foundation||outgoing mobility||6-18 months||- Matriculation as a doctoral student for at least 12 months ( exemptions are possible in justified cases)|
- Swiss nationality, permanent residence, residence or cross-border commuter permit, or marriage resp. registered partnership with a Swiss
- Activity of no less than 12 months at a research institution in Switzerland (for applicants who do not hold Swiss nationality)
|CEEPUS Programme (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies)||HEIs of eligible countries||incoming and outgoing mobility||min. 1-2 months - no max. duration||varies between countries (rates are adjusted to the local cost of living)||Only for CEEPUS countries resident students||Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Kosovo|
|Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions)||European Commission||outgoing mobility||Member States (MS) of the European Union (EU), including their outermost
regions; Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) linked to the Member States; associated countries (AC); and the following countries, except where this is explicitly excluded in the call text:
Afghanistan, Algeria, American Samoa, Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh,
Belarus, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia,
Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, Colombia, Comoros,
Congo (Democratic People’s Republic), Congo (Republic), Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire,
Cuba, Djibouti, Democratic People's Republic of Korea ,Dominica, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia,, Ghana, Grenada,
Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Buissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq,
Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kosovo*, Kyrgyz Republic, Lao, Lebanon,
Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Marshall
Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Micronesia, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique,
Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palau, Palestine**,
Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and
Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Africa,
South Sudan, Sri Lanka, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Sudan, Suriname, Swaziland, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand,
Timor-Leste, Togo, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uganda, Uruguay, Uzbekistan,
Vanuatu, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
|Erasmus+||HEIs of eligible countries||incoming and outgoing mobility||3-12 months||Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom, Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Serbia|
|COST actions||COST (European Cooperation in Science & Technology)||incoming and outgoing mobility||Who can participate? Researchers and innovators from universities, public and private institutions, NGOs, industry and SMEs. Particular emphasis is placed on activities involving researchers from less-research-intensive COST Member countries with a view to increasing their participation.|
Thus, COST Actions are open to:
– all fields of science and technology (including interdisciplinary, new and emerging fields);
– all types of institutions (academia, public institutions, SME/Industry, NGO, European/International organisations, etc)
– all career stages; and
– all COST Members (based on mutual benefit). Non-COST Members can join based on mutual benefit, they are spread across the Near Neighbour Countries and International Partner Countries. For more information on international cooperation, please click here.
|Fulbright Foreign Student Program||Fulbright Belgium / Luxembourg / Schuman (Co-funded by the European Union)||outgoing mobility||4-12 months||up to 2,000€/month||European citizens|
|Studentships and Fellowships of FCT||Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia||Work needs to be fully or partially carried out in a portuguese institution; Open to all scientific fields; no minimum number of years in research required; BIs can be in the country, mixed or abroad, depending on the work plan; In the case of mixed BI, the period of the work plan that takes place in a foreign institution may not exceed two years.||International|
|Forskningsstipendier||Svensk-Franska Stiftelsen||outgoing mobility||SEK 200 000||Applicant has to be a Swedish citizen|
|Stiftelsemedel för forskning||Lindhés Advokatbyrå||outgoing mobility||SEK 100 000||Medical research|
|Travel grants for doctoral students in preclinical and clinical medical research||The Swedish Society for Medical Research||outgoing mobility||SEK 50 000||Preclinical and clinical medical research only|
|Japanese Studies PhD Research Grants||The Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation||outgoing mobility||1 month - 1 year||10000 €||The applicant should be enrolled as a PhD student at an institution/university in a Nordic country (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden) within any academic field, but focused on studies of contemporary Japan.||Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden|
|Research grant of the "Helge Ax: son Johnson's foundation"||Helge Ax: son Johnson's foundation||outgoing mobility||Not stated but usually in the range of SEK 20 000 - SEK 50 000||Grants can be applied for by an individual who is a Swedish citizen or affiliated with Sweden, a Swedish institution or school; Support all scientific fields except medicine||Sweden|
|Visegrad Scholarship Program||Visegrad Fund||incoming and outgoing mobility||1-2 semesters||The amount of the support is €2,500/semester for scholar + €1,500/semester for the host institution||The country of your citizenship, permanent residence and home university must be different from the country of the host institution; moreover, the applicant’s previous level of university studies must be completed in a country other than where he/she applies for the scholarship. The distance between the applicant’s current employer/university or the permanent residence and the host university/institute must be above 150 km|
|Scholarship Programme for Young Professors and Researchers from Latin American Universities||Coimbra Group||incoming mobility||2 weeks-4 months||varies by receiving institution||Requirements for the applicants: 1.1 To be a national of and currently resident in a Latin American country. Candidates already living and/or studying in Europe will not be considered. 1.2. To hold a university degree or equivalent. 1.3. To be linked as a professor or researcher to a Latin American University recognised as such by the authorities of the country. 1.4. To use the Coimbra Group Office electronic application process. Only one application per candidate will be accepted. 1.5. To submit online an Acceptance Letter/email from the tutor/partner with whom the work programme will be undertaken in the host institution. This document is mandatory. 1.6. To be born on or after 1 January 1980. 1.7. Previously selected candidates can apply for a second grant, but they will not be prioritised.||Latin America|
|Scholarship Programme for Young African Researchers||Coimbra Group||incoming mobility||1-3 months||varies by receiving institution||Applicants should be: born on or after 1 January 1975, nationals of and current residents in a country in Sub-Saharan Africa, current staff members of a university or an equivalent higher education institution in Sub-Saharan Africa, preferably of doctoral/postdoctoral or equivalent status.||Sub-saharan Africa|
|Utrecht Network Young Researchers Grant 2020||Utrecht Network||incoming and outgoing mobility||1-6 months||1000€||Prerequisites: Masters/PhD level, Length of stay: 1 – 6 months (mobility is not restricted to semesters, but may also take place during the holidays), Students, who are eligible for an ERASMUS grant, cannot apply for this grant,|
|Sylff Research Abroad||Sylff Association||outgoing mobility||US$5,000||The applicant should fulfill the following conditions: He/she is a current or past recipient of a Sylff fellowship; He/she is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at ANY institution of higher learning; He/she intends to conduct research abroad that is directly related to his/her PhD dissertation.||international|
|Doctoral School mobility grants||Universitat Jaume I - Doctoral School||outgoing mobility||3 months||2500||on the basis of research excellence; The aid cannot be applied for a stay in the country of origin of the applicant, and if the doctoral student has previously carried out a research stay in foreign centers lasting three months or more.|
|Fundació Montcelimar (Scholarship for PhD stays abroad)||Fundació Montcelimar||outgoing mobility||0-1 months - 2-3 months||25EUR/day (Spain); 40 eur/day (Abroad) + travel expenses||To be a UB student|
|Becas Santander (Santander Scholarships)||Santander||incoming and outgoing mobility||international|
|Bolsa Fulbright para Doutoramento||Fulbright Program Portugal||outgoing mobility||Open to all scientific fields, except programmes linked to medical practice/contact with clinical patients/medicines prescription and administration; no minimum number of years in research required; admission/enrolment in a doctoral programme in a university in the USA.||Portugal, United States|
|Cotutelas Pessoa_x000D_||Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (Portugal) and CAMPUSFRANCE (France)||incoming and outgoing mobility||12.000 euros per project (3 years)||Open to all scientific fields; no minimum number of years in research required; The Portuguese institution must ensure that the French institution that collaborates with it presents an identical proposal to Campus France. Important: Only projects submitted simultaneously in both countries will be considered. Projects must be written in Portuguese, on the Portuguese side, and in French, on the French side.||France, Portugal|
|Mobility Confap Italy||single FAP or hosting institution||incoming and outgoing mobility||Research Themes: All disciplinary fields. Language: In the majority of cases, English will be the language required. In specific disciplinary fields or in specific Brazilian universities, Portuguese language proficiency could be required. Obligations of the grant holder: The grant holder must comply with the legal requirements, in term of insurance and immigration (visa, etc.) of the host Country and University. Fees: Sandwich PhD/master students/post doc will not pay any fee for the mobility period.||Italy, Brazil|
|Fellowships for doctoral Research in the U.S.A.||Belgian American Education Foundation||outgoing mobility||12 months||30000||Doctoral applicants should have completed by July 1, 2020 no more than 2 years of their PhD program. Other eligibility requirements: 1. hold the Belgian nationality; 2. be enrolled in a Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree program at a Belgian university; 3. have an outstanding academic record; 4. have a good command of the English language.||Belgium|
|Fellowships for Study or Research in BE||Belgian American Education Foundation||outgoing mobility||6-12 months||28000||Applicants must either at the time of application be registered in a Ph.D. or equivalent degree program in the United States, or while holding the BAEF Fellowship register in a graduate program (Master's or Ph.D.) in Belgium, or hold a Master's, Ph.D., or equivalent degree. Post-doctoral applicants should by July 1, 2020 have no more than 2 years since obtaining their Ph.D. degree. Knowledge of Dutch, or French, or German is optional.|
|Grant for participation in a conference abroad||Flemish Research Foundation (FWO)||outgoing mobility||Throughout the entire period of your stay abroad, you are affiliated to a university or university hospital in the Flemish Community or to a federal or Flemish scientific institute. As a PhD student you should have obtained a master degree in one of the member states of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland. For participation in a conference in Europe, you need to have at least one peer-reviewed publication. For participation in a conference outside Europe, you should preferably already have three or more accepted peer-reviewed publications. You give a presentation (poster or oral) at the conference. In case you already receive a bench fee within a granted mandate or fellowship, you cannot apply for a travel grant for a conference, short study visit or participation in a workshop/course in one of the member states of the EEA or Switzerland, since this bench fee can be used for these purposes. For short study visits, workshops/courses, and conferences, a maximum of two grants per person and per civil year can be awarded.||Belgium (flemish community)|
|Grant for a short study visit abroad||Flemish Research Foundation (FWO)||outgoing mobility||max. 31 days||1650€||Throughout the entire period of your stay abroad, you are affiliated to a university or university hospital in the Flemish Community or to a federal or Flemish scientific institute. As a PhD student you should have obtained a master degree in one of the member states of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland (see regulations for more detailed information). You have at least one peer-reviewed publication. Remark: in case you cannot comply with this requirement, you should clearly motivate this in the appropriate section in the online application form. In case you already receive a bench fee within a granted mandate or fellowship, you cannot apply for a travel grant for a conference, short study visit or participation in a workshop/course in one of the member states of the EEA or Switzerland, since this bench fee can be used for these purposes. For short study visits, workshops/courses and conferences, a maximum of two grants per person and per civil year can be awarded.||Belgium (flemish community)|
|Grant for participation in a workshop or course abroad||Flemish Research Foundation (FWO)||outgoing mobility||1650€||Throughout the entire period of your stay abroad, you are affiliated to a university or university hospital in the Flemish Community or to a federal or Flemish scientific institute. As a PhD student you should have obtained a master degree in one of the member states of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland (see regulations for more detailed information). You have at least one peer-reviewed publication. Remark: in case you cannot comply with this requirement, you should clearly motivate this in the appropriate section in the online application form. In case you already receive a bench fee within a granted mandate or fellowship, you cannot apply for a travel grant for a conference, short study visit or participation in a workshop/course in one of the member states of the EEA or Switzerland, since this bench fee can be used for these purposes. For short study visits, workshops/courses and conferences, a maximum of two grants per person and per civil year can be awarded.||Belgium (flemish community)|
|Grant for a long stay abroad||Flemish Research Foundation (FWO)||outgoing mobility||1-12 months||19800€||Throughout the entire period of your stay abroad, you receive a salary or scholarship with a minimum appointment of 50% from a university or university hospital in the Flemish Community or to a federal or Flemish scientific institute. As a PhD student you should have obtained a master degree in one of the member states of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland (see regulations for more detailed information). You have at least one peer-reviewed publication. Remark: in case you cannot comply with this requirement, you should clearly motivate this in the appropriate section in the online application form. Only one Grant for a long stay abroad can be allocated per person and per civil year. The total maximum duration of long stays is one year per term of three years.||Belgium (flemish community)|
|Scientific Prize Gustave Boël - Sofina Fellowships||FWO and F.R.S.-FNRS||outgoing mobility||either 6 or 12 months||20800€||You are a PhD student with a paid affiliation at a Belgian university at the deadline of the call and when leaving for your research stay abroad; beneficiaries of clinical PhD fellowships, as well as candidates from the Royal Military Academy, are eligible; You have obtained a MA or MSc after November 1, 2015; You have a clear attachment to Belgium; you have been affiliated to a Belgian university for at least one full year prior to the submission deadline and will be affiliated to a Belgian university for at least the entire duration of the research stay. Applicants should have an outstanding academic record (study results; academic results in your PhD research if already started) as well as an excellent command of the language which will be used at the host institution.||Belgium|
|Individual Travel Grant||Radboud University||outgoing mobility||maximum 4 months||1200€||There are certain requirements that you need to fulfil in order to be eligible for this grant: You are enrolled as a (fulltime) student at Radboud University; The duration of your study-related programme abroad is at least 2 (consecutive) months; The study, internship or research takes place abroad; You don't receive an Erasmus+ grant, Holland Scholarship Programme grant, or Radboud Honours Academy grant; You will be awarded European Credits (ECs); You have not received a Holland Scholarship or Individual Travel Grant for a long-term stay yet in your current study cycle; Per study cycle, you may apply for one long-term grant.||The netherlands|
|Bourse de mobilité||Communauté Française de Belgique||incoming and outgoing mobility|
|MIT-BE - Université catholique de Louvain Seed Fund||MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives MISTI||incoming and outgoing mobility||30000||United States, Belgium|
|MIT-KU Leuven Fund||MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives MISTI||incoming and outgoing mobility||30000||United States, Belgium|
|Fulbright NOR Studentstipend||Fulbright Norway||outgoing mobility||min. 4 months||NOK 50,000 to NOK 200,000||The US Fulbright program offers a variety of long- and short-term opportunities for US citizens to study, conduct research and teach in Norway, and for Norwegians to study, conduct research and teach in the US|
|GRADUATE STIPEND - Stipend for master og PhD studenter||NORAM||outgoing mobility||3-12 months||USD 20000|
|STER – Doctoral scholarships for foreigners||Polish HEIs|
|START||FNP (Fundacja na rzecz Nauki Polskiej)||incoming mobility||12 months||PLN 28,000||ADDRESSEES: Outstanding young scholars with significant successes in their field of science, who: a) have achievements documented by publications (articles in recognized scientific journals or books); b) are PhD students or doctors in Poland or carry out R&D works * in Poland in an entity whose one of the statutory objectives is conducting scientific research or development works; c) they did not exceed the age of 30 in the year of submitting the application (candidates born in 1989 or later may apply for a scholarship in the next competition). This age may be extended under certain conditions.||Poland|
|Obtenir une bourse pour effectuer un séjour de recherche de niveau doctoral / postdoctoral au Canada||Wallonia-Brussels International (WBI) and Mitacs||outgoing mobility||12-24 weeks||The program is open to all university disciplines, without restriction.||Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels)|
|Concours annuels de bourses de voyages||Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles||outgoing mobility||2-6 months||4880€||Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels)|
|Bourses de recherche Globalink||Université de Montreal et Mitacs||incoming mobility||12-24 weeks||CAD 6000||The student must have a supervisor at his home university and another at the University of Montreal. The student has the responsibility for finding the supervisor at UdeM; Application required 16 weeks before the start of the research project; Research funding only. No courses / seminars can be taken during the research;||Germany, Belgium, Brazil, China, South Korea, United States, France, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg (University of Luxembourg), Mexico, Singapore, Switzerland (University of Lausanne), United Kingdom, Taiwan , Tunisia, Ukraine (from abroad only), other member countries of the European Union (only for professors holding a grant from the European Research Council or the MSCA-RISE Program)|
|Graduate Studies and (Pre)Doctoral Research||Fulbright Belgium / Luxembourg / Schuman||outgoing mobility||4-9 months||19000|
|Séjour à l’étranger||FNRS||outgoing mobility||4200€||Applications need to be submitted at least 2 (EU) or 3 months (non-EU) before the research stay||Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels)|
|Réunion scientifique à l’étranger||FNRS||outgoing mobility||1700€||Applications need to be submitted at least 2 (EU) or 3 months (non-EU) before the conference||Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels)|
|Bourse de séjour scientifique||FNRS||incoming and outgoing mobility||1-3 months (can be renewed twice)||1300€/month + travel grant||Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels)|