Becas predoctorales "Richard Plaschka" en Austria
El Ministerio Federal de Educación, Ciencias e Investigación de Austria (BMBWF) ofrece la Beca Richard Plaschka a estudiantes de doctorado en las áreas de Humanidades, Historia y Arqueología.
Eligible for application are Predoctoral Fellows who are pursuing a doctoral/PhD programme outside Austria after finishing their Master or diploma studies and who want to deepen their scientific and specialist knowledge.
Eligible are applicants who are primarily occupied with Austria-related topics in the field of history.
Applicants must not have studied/pursued research/pursued academic work in Austria in the last six months before taking up the grant.
Candidates who do not have relevant teaching experience in this field should consider applying for a grant under the Ernst Mach fellowship instead. (https://www.grants.at)
It is compulsory for applicants to get in contact with the research institution of their choice before applying for this grant.
(Ver fechas exactas en Bases y Condiciones)
La convocatoria se realiza habitualmente entre los meses de febrero y septiembre del mismo año de inicio de la beca.
Closing date for applications:
each year: 1/3. and 15/9.
Where to apply:
4 a 12 meses
A decidir por las instituciones.
1) Monthly grant rate: EUR 1150.
2) Accommodation, health insurance.
a) It is possible for OeAD scholarship holders to book accommodation (dormitory or apartment) with the OeAD Housing office. The monthly costs are:
- monthly rent: roughly EUR 250 to 600 (depending on the amenities).
- monthly administrative fee: EUR 18.
b) OeAD scholarship holders need to have health insurance that is accepted by the Austrian authorities for the duration of their stay in Austria. The OeAD can help with taking out such insurance. The monthly costs can vary, at the moment you should calculate EUR 55 to 200 (depending on your age, scholarship category and state of health).
Scholarship holders have to pay the costs for accommodation and insurance themselves.
c) Applicants from EU/EEA countries: within the European Union, costs for medical care are covered by the national insurance carrier in your home country. Please have your European health insurance card with you at all times.
d) Applicants from non-EU/EEA countries who are planning a research stay of more than 6 months: If your monthly costs for accommodation in Austria exceed EUR 300, you may need to provide proof of additional funds to the Austrian residence authority when you apply for your residence permit. This figure may vary depending on your individual costs for health insurance and other liabilities.
3) Grant holders do not have to pay tuition fees in Austria. To have these fees waived, they might have to hand in a request at the rector’s office of their university and demonstrate that they are away studying or doing research in the context of transnational EU, national or university mobility programs.
4) Scholarship holders from non-European developing countries will also receive a travel costs subsidy of max. EUR 1000.
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