• *** Information only relevant for doctoral candidates that are German citizens***

    Bis zum 1. Juni 2023 können sich Promovierende deutscher Staatsangehörigkeit aller Fachrichtungen bei Fulbright Germany für ein Forschungsstipendium bewerben. Gefördert werden vier- bis sechsmonatige Forschungsprojekte an einer US-Hochschule, die zwischen dem 1. Januar und 30. Juni 2024 begonnen werden. 

  • The DGHO and the German José Carreras Leukemia Stiftung have established one-year doctoral scholarships to promote scientific work in the research of leukemia and related blood diseases in adults in the context of the dissertations of medical doctoral candidates or candidates of other subjects.

    Since 2014, up to ten José Carreras DGHO doctoral scholarships can be awarded twice a year.

  • The TU Munich jointly with the TUM Venture Labs are organizing a new format this summer semester called “Entrepreneurial Science Talents” (

  • At the second TUM GS family event, TUM doctoral candidates as well as postdocs, international guest scientists and students with child/-ren are warmly invited to a family scavenger hunt at the beautiful Wildpark Poing about the habitat, history and care of indigenous wildlife! Wildpark Poing is an open wildlife park in the greater Munich area where you can experience many indigenous wildlife animals face to face.

  • At the info event of the TUM Graduate School on May 16, 2023, 5-7 p.m. at TUM Campus Garching, everything will revolve around an exciting career option that many doctoral candidates may not have considered yet: A professorship at a University of Applied Sciences (UAS).  Learn more about the job profile and receive practical information and advice for the application process.