Bayer Fellowship Program

Publish Date: Jun 11, 2015

Deadline: Jul 10, 2015

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
  • Health economics
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.

Scholarships are granted exclusively to students from German-speaking countries wishing to study abroad, or to foreign students who are interested in a study project in Germany.

Applications can be generated from June 1, 2015 (11.00 h CET) to July 10, 2015 (24.00 h CET).
Click here for the online application form:
 Otto Bayer, Carl Duisberg, Jeff Schell and Kurt Hansen Scholarships

To apply for a Bayer Fellowship, please complete the form with all applicable information (mandatory fields highlighted with *).

Please also up-load the following additional documents (either in German or English language):

  • Confirmation letter of hosting institute
  • Most recent study grade transcript
  • Any additional individual documents which you might feel supportive (but please focus!)
  • Photo of you (pass photo or working environment)
    Approved file formats are: PDF, Word, JPG and GIF. Each attachment may not exceed 5 MB.

programs and target group summary:

  • Otto Bayer Fellowship: biology and molecular biology, bioengineering, bioinformatics, chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceutics, drug discovery
  • Carl Duisberg Fellowship: Human and veterinary medicine, Medicinal sciences, medical engineering, Public health, Health economics
  • Jeff Schell Fellowship: Agricultural sciences, agronomy, Crop protection, green biotechnology, environmental sciences, agricultural sustainability
  • Kurt Hansen Scholarship: STEM education / science teachers (biology and chemistry)

basic selection criterions (in all programs):

  • Individual study or research project (we support maximum duration of 1 year)
  • Pioneering spirit and a passion for science and society
  • Applicants must come for their project from abroad to Germany, or must go from Germany abroad
  • Programs are open for students or young professionals up to 2 years after the most recent graduation

The Foundation Team in Leverkusen (Germany, GMT +1) is happy to assist via phone (+49 214 30 41111) or email.

Here you can view the form in advance. 

Please be aware that your session will run off in case of inactivity.
Your session runs off at 1:47 PM (GMT + 2h) in case of inactivity.

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