Internal and External Scholarship Opportunities for Studying at Freie Universität Berlin
The liaison office in Moscow doesn’t have the authority to give out scholarships on its own. Instead it offers counsel and administrative help in applying for scholarships and grants for students of Freie Universität Berlin and those interested in studying or interning at Freie Universität. Information on scholarships and grants can be found under DRS Doctoral Programs, directly on the web page of Dahlem Research School and in the list below.
Financial Aid by the Center for International Cooperation of Freie Universität
The Center for International Cooperation (CIC) offers students of Freie Universität and exchange students financial aid with flexibility and free of bureaucratic obstacles, thus filling the gap in scholarship opportunities at Freie Universität Berlin for international students. It focuses on short-term financial aid and support for limited time periods and continuous activities aimed at maintaining the existing international connections and academic partnerships as well as creating new ones. Special attention is paid to establishing new networks for doctoral students.
Financial Aid for a Master's, Doctoral, or Postdoctoral Programs at Freie Universität Berlin
Scholarships from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Every year DAAD offers various scholarship programs for the Russian Federation. Scholarships can be obtained individually or as part of a group and cover language courses, master’s and doctoral programs, and academic internships. A current list of programs can be found on the homepage of DAAD Office in Moscow.
Grants from German Research Organizations
Large research organizations in Germany also offer grants for specific research projects or individual researchers.
For further details please refer to the homepage of the organization of your choice
Research Grants of the Library of the John F. Kennedy Institute
The Library of the John F. Kennedy Institute is considered one of the most comprehensive of its kind outside North America. Each year its impressive collection is used by a significant number of academics, journalists and students to further their research on topics related to the United States of America and Canada.
The Grant Program, founded in 1979, provides financial support both to advanced scholars and Ph.D. students who, in the context of their research endeavors, require physical access to the extensive holdings of the library in Berlin-Dahlem. With this program, the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies awards between five and ten grants per semester to scholars with a permanent residence/affiliation outside North America (Canada and the United States).