of Duisburg-Essen offers ARUS International Doctoral Program in Germany. International doctoral candidates can apply for this scholarship. The scholarship is provided for Advanced Research in Urban Systems (ARUS). Two scholarships are offered for the tenure of six semesters (3 years). The scholarship covers a stipend of € 1,000.00 / month. Scholarships are available in graduates ARUS engineering, planning, space, social sciences and humanities courses that locate their research subjects in an urban context. The International Doctoral Program application closing date is April 30, 2013. Applications should be sent by post.
Study Subject(s): The scholarship is provided for Advanced Research in Urban Systems (ARUS). Placing great emphasis on trans-departmental collaboration and interdisciplinary research on crucial issues in urban studies.
Course Level: This scholarship is for pursuing PhD degree level.
Scholarship Provider: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Scholarship can be taken at: Germany
Eligibility: -The program is ARUS Aimed at graduates with backgrounds in the social sciences, humanities, education, engineering, or urban planning.
-Graduates from Germany and abroad (or Comparable Masters degree, with above-average final marks) can apply.
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Graduates from Germany and abroad can apply for this program.
Scholarship Description: Training for reflection competent experts for the sustainable development of urban space with career opportunities in science and practice. The scientific study of the graduates will enable ARUS identify in prominent positions with responsibility complex urban problems, to describe, to analyze, to find solutions and to accompany their successful implementation competent.
Number of awards offered: Two scholarships are awarded.
Duration of award(s): ARUS is a demanding three-year research program of high academic quality and offers candidates a variety of academic advising and support opportunities. Selected foreign doctoral students receive a stipend of € 1,000.00 / month granted over three to four years.
What does it cover? ARUS and the DAAD award two scholarships (1000 € per month for two years, option for extension) for dissertations (in English or German) to be written by a foreign student (students from emerging nations are preferred) in the field of urban studies.
Selection Criteria: Not Known
Notification: Not Known
How to Apply: By submitting the application, applicants are applying for a scholarship automatically. If they are among the best candidates / inside, then they will receive a scholarship.
Scholarship Application Deadline: The International PhD application closing date is April 30, 2013.