For internationally recognised researchers from developing and transition countries in accordance with OECD, submit a nomination to win €60,000 award prize.
Award winners will also get a research stay of up to 12 months in Germany. Many more benefits like individualized support, funding, invitations to numerous events and the opportunity to attend language courses will be offered.
Application Deadline: 31 October, 2020.
The associated benefits of participating in the program include:
The award enables a total stay of between six months and a full year, which can be split into multiple stays.
Eligible for nomination are Researchers
The nominee must have lived and worked in one of these countries for at least five years at the time of nomination.
Click here to see list of countries.
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The Georg Forster Research Award is a prize for internationally recognised researchers from developing and transition countries.
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation presents up to six Georg Forster Research Awards annually to internationally outstanding researchers from developing and transition countries in recognition of their academic record to date.
Named after renowned German ethnologist Georg Forster (1754–1794), the initiative is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
It is intended to support the long-term promotion of outstanding scientific multipliers in transition and developing countries whose research will contribute to improving living conditions in their countries of origin.
The closing date for this year’s nomination round is 31 October 2020.
The award winner will be selected by the independent Selection Committee comprised of researchers of all disciplines who will meet in the summer of 2021 to make the selection.
The Committee’s decision is based on
Nominators will be notified of the selection decision immediately after the meeting.
See Members of the Committee for the Allocation of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Awards here.
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