Carl Duisberg Scholarships for German and International Medical Students, 2015-2016

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Bayer Foundation is inviting applications for scholarships German and international for medical students. The Carl Duisberg Scholarship is open to students of or young professionals with up to two years work experience in: Human and veterinary medicine, Medical sciences, medical engineering, Public Health and Health economics.  Support is generally intended to cover the cost of living, travel costs and incurred project costs. Each applicant can request a specific amount of support by submitting a “cost plan”, and the Board of Trustees then comes to a decision based on this request. The deadline for applications is July 10, 2015.

Study Subject (s): The Carl Duisberg Scholarship is open to students of or young professionals with up to two years work experience in: Human and veterinary medicine, Medical sciences, medical engineering, Public Health and Health economics.
Course Level: The scholarship can be used for special study courses, individual laboratory assignments, summer schools, research classes, internships, or Master’s or PhD theses.
Scholarship Provider: Bayer Foundation
Scholarship can be taken at: Germany and Abroad

Eligibility: Applicants should demonstrate a pioneering spirit for science and society, above-average study grades, a high level of motivation and a compelling individual project idea. The scholarship can be used for special study courses, individual laboratory assignments, summer schools, research classes, internships, or Master’s or PhD theses.

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: German and international medical students are eligible to apply.

Scholarship Description: Carl Duisberg Scholarships for Medical Students - 2The Carl Duisberg Scholarship is open to students of or young professionals with up to two years. Applicants should demonstrate a pioneering spirit for science and society, above-average study grades, a high level of motivation and a compelling individual project idea. The scholarship can be used for special study courses, individual laboratory assignments, summer schools, research classes, internships, or Master’s or PhD theses.

Number of award(s): Not Known

Duration of award(s): Scholarships are offered for one year.

What does it cover? Support is generally intended to cover the cost of living, travel costs and incurred project costs. Each applicant can request a specific amount of support by submitting a “cost plan”, and the Board of Trustees then comes to a decision based on this request.

Selection Criteria: Applicants who passed the multi-level selection process successfully will be invited to an Interview Center to Leverkusen this day. After the interviews the Foundation Committee decides on the scholarships.

Notification: Not Known

Online Application: To apply for a scholarship, please fill out this form completely. The following file attachments are compulsory: Letter of approval of the German university you want to study at, a passport photo, credentials (school leaving certificate, intermediate examination, in case of PhD projects also certificate of final examination), Language test results (English is compulsory, German is voluntarily) and a letter of recommendation of your professor (if existend).

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Scholarship Application Deadline: The deadline for applications is July 10, 2015.

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