Here you find a selection of international Post-Doc stipends and job offers.
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Applicants have the opportunity to stay in Japan (short term: up to 12 months; long term: up to 24 months).
Applicants get the chance to work abroad for up to 3 months.
Brain and Behaviour Research Foundation
These grants provide each scientist with up to $35,000 per year for two years to enable promising investigators to either extend research fellowship training or begin careers as independent research faculty. Get added to their mailing list to not miss any deadline.
Daimler and Benz Foundation
Proposals may be submitted at any time. Funding up to 2 years.
The new DFG-funded stipend started in 07.2019 and is thought to support young postdocs for up to 2 years within Germany and abroad.
Applications are accepted throughout the year. Deadline for May evaluation is the second Friday of February and for November evaluation second Friday of May.
Short-Term Fellowships fund research exchanges of up to three months between laboratories in eligible countries.
Researchers of any nationality with 2-7 years of experience since completion of PhD (Extensions are possible under certain circumstances — see the latest ERC Work Programme) can apply. A scientific track record showing great promise and an excellent research proposal are desired.
FENS provides grants and stipends for senior scientists and young researchers to facilitate mobility and scientific exchange in FENS training activities and international meetings.
Human Frontier Science Program
HFSPO offers 3-year postdoctoral fellowships to enable the most talented early career scientists, trained in the life sciences or in the physical sciences, to extend their scientific repertoire in laboratories abroad.
Sholarship will be funded for up to 2 years with 2000 € per month. Applications may be submitted at any time. Decisions to award grants are made four times a year. Awards meetings are held on average every three to four months.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
Individual Marie Curie Fellowships (IF) are a great option if you are an experienced researcher looking to give your career a boost by working abroad. They offer exciting new learning opportunities and a chance to add some sparkle to your CV.
Otto von Guericke University
Stifterverband der Wissenschaft
Fellowprogramm Freies Wissen (only in German)
Young scientists have the chance to get financial support (5.000 € per month), intensive qualification and mentoring offers.
The Branco Weiss Fellowship – Society in Science
Application for an up to 5 year fellowship. Application closed for 2019.
Funding will be up to 120.000 € for up to 18 months. Deadlines for application are 01. August 2019 and 05. August 2020.
Funding of your own position as head of a junior research group for up to 6 (+2) years.
You did not find the appropriate position?
Check the webpage of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research for postdoc opportunities.