Research Opportunities

 

Here is a list of post-doc opportunities. Research projects have to fit to the profile of the department. If you are interested to apply for any of these grants with Salzburg as the host institution, please contact: anneliese.mueller(at)sbg.ac.at
(Note: for many of these programmes, there is no requirement to be Austrian or to have lived in Austria before).

1) Apart grant
Three years postdoc

2) Anniversary Fund of the National Bank of Austria
Postdoc position for up to four years

3) Mach grant
Postdoc position for up to 10 months

4) Start Programme
Postdoc position for 6 years

5) Schrödinger grant
Two or three years postdoc position

6) Hertha Firnberg grant andElise Richter grant
Postdoc position exclusivly for women for up to six years

7) Lise Meitner grant
Postdoc position or senior postdocs position for up to 2 years

8) Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant
Postdoc position

9) European Research Concil
Postdoc position for up to 5 years

10) There are also grants for more experienced scholars from the European Research Council: a) and b)
Postdoc position for up to 5 years

 

 

doctoral scholarships

Here is a list of PhD opportunities. Research projects have to fit to the profile of the department. If you are interested to apply for any of these grants with Salzburg as the host institution, please contact: anneliese.mueller(at)sbg.ac.at (Note: for all these programmes, there is no requirement to be Austrian or to have lived in Austria before).

Doc-scholarship 35.000 € per year; 24-36 months

Marie Andeßner scholarship 23.600 €; exclusively for women; 12 months

Scholarships from the University of Salzburg 600 € per month; exclusively for EU-citizens; 6-7 months

Senator-Otto-Wittschier scholarship 500 € per month, for work on business ethics, 12-24 months

Ernst Mach Scholarship for doctoral students from other institutions who would like to visit our department. 940 € per month, 1–9 months

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