Newsletter 1/2020 l Freie Universität Berlin Cairo Office
Apr 30, 2020
Dear Partners, Alumni and Friends of Freie Universität Berlin,
An extraordinary “digital summer semester” has just begun at Freie Universität Berlin. Everybody at FU Berlin has gone out of her/his way to offer our students a semester that is as normal as possible in light of the current global situation.
With all the uncertainties pertinent to the COVID-19 pandemic, we at the Freie Universität Berlin firmly believe that: “only by working together across national borders, across cultural differences and across boundaries of fields of studies we can contribute to solving problems on a global scale,” as stated a few days ago by Prof. Günther Ziegler, the president of Freie Universität Berlin. (https://twitter.com/AvHStiftung/status/1254786549134225421?s=20)
We, at the FU Cairo Liaison office, would like to take this opportunity to reiterate our commitment to serve Egypt and the region in any questions related to studying at or cooperating with Freie Universität Berlin, especially in these difficult times and beyond.
To find out more information about the new deadlines for the applications of the Master’s programs, the Rising Star 2.0 Fellowship program or about our current activities at the FU Cairo office, please have a look at our newsletter.
Last but not least, we would like to express our best wishes on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan. Wishing you all a blissful, joyful and peaceful month. RAMADAN KAREEM!
#staysafe & #stay@home
Freie Universität Berlin Cairo Liaison Office
- Career Service of the Freie Universität Berlin
- Rising Star – Junior Fellowships in the Department of Biology, Chemistry, Pharmacy
- Current Information on Deadlines and Application for MA Programs in 2020/21
News & Events
- FU Berlin’s 1st Academic Writing Webinar for the MENA region!
- Webinar: Your Postdoc Career in Germany - Opportunities for Outstanding Scientists!
- Corona research: Consortium of Berlin research and industry seeks active ingredients
- New collaborative coronavirus research
- “Coronavirus – Ask the Experts”
- A "Digital Semester" at Freie Universität Berlin for the first time
Career Service of the Freie Universität Berlin
Open positions and services of the Career Service at Freie Universität Berlin.
Rising Star – Junior Fellowships in the Department of Biology, Chemistry, Pharmacy
The Rising Star Fellowship Program aims to attract top-early-career-scientists to the Department of Biology Chemistry and Pharmacy. Applications must be submitted by 31 May 2020.
Current Information on Deadlines and Application for MA Programs in 2020/21
Changes to the application procedure for the master's programs at Freie Universität Berlin due to the coronavirus pandemic.
News & Events
FU Berlin’s 1st Academic Writing Webinar for the MENA region!
Over the course of three days on the 13th, 14th and 21st of April 2020 the Cairo Liaison Office organized and successfully concluded its first webinar on Academic Writing aimed at Social Scientists from the MENA region.
Webinar: Your Postdoc Career in Germany - Opportunities for Outstanding Scientists!
The first webinar for outstanding postdoc scholars coorganised by the Cairo Liaison Office of Freie Universität Berlin.
Corona research: Consortium of Berlin research and industry seeks active ingredients
A consortium of regional research groups and BASF to identify a starting point for the development of a potential active substance against the new coronavirus.
New collaborative coronavirus research
The Berlin University Alliance has allocated approximately €1.8 million in funding for research into the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2
“Coronavirus – Ask the Experts”
Campus.leben - The online magazine of the Freie Universität presents a new series of interviews with experts from Freie Universität Berlin.
A "Digital Semester" at Freie Universität Berlin for the first time
“This semester will be completely different from a regular semester”. Tipps to start in the digital semester.
Research at Freie Universität Berlin
PhD opportunities at the Dahlem Research School of the FU Berlin