Berlin International Graduate School of Natural Sciences and Engineering

By | September 8, 2019

Einstein Center of Catalysis / Berlin International Graduate School of Natural Sciences and Engineering (EC2/BIG-NSE)

The Einstein Center of Catalysis / Berlin International Graduate School of Natural Sciences and Engineering (EC2/BIG-NSE) is an international doctoral programme that was founded in May 2007 at the Technische Universität Berlin (TUB).

Application deadline: 15 January for the following winter semester
Teaching language: English
Tuition fees per semester in EUR: None

Description of funding opportunities within the university: EC2/BIG-NSE offers several new scholarships students can apply for every year. These scholarships transform into assistant positions after the first year, and funding continues for two more years.

Academic Admission Requirements: Suitable Master’s degree qualifying for a PhD in one of the research areas of the UniSysCat Cluster (www.unisyscat.de/research-units.html)

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