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▀ Ouverture des candidatures “Bayer Foundation International Fellowship Program 2017 in agro sciences”

Supporting the pioneers of tomorrow – that is the goal of the Bayer Foundation International Fellowship Programs. We support young international talents and their special study projects in the life & agro science and medicine. Our goal is to assist the next generation of researchers, physicians and teachers to develop their career opportunities as they engage in “Science for a Better Life”.

With the Jeff Schell Fellowship Program we give international agro science talents the chance to conduct study / research projects in Germany or talents from Germany, wishing to realize a project abroad. The application period 2017/2018 is now open and international students from the following disciplines are invited to apply for a Jeff Schell Fellowship Program:

  • Agricultural sciences and agronomy
  • Digital Farming
  • Crop protection, seeds and green biotechnology
  • Environmental sciences and agricultural sustainability

We offer individual financial support for students (up to PhD level) or young professionals who intend to go abroad (or come from abroad to Germany) for a special study / research project, e.g. a lab project or internship or a special study course.

Further selection criteria include good study grades and a concrete project with detailed project plan and a confirmation from the host institution at which the project shall be conducted.

We’d much appreciate if you encourage suitable candidates from your institution to apply for a Bayer Foundation Fellowship.

The current application period ends on July 18, 2017.

Further information & application form are available at:

www.bayer-foundations.com/en/international-fellowship.aspx

▀ Offres de thèse 2017

15 offres de thèse en hydrologie, réseau européen “ENIGMA”: European training Network for in situ imaGing of dynaMic processes in heterogeneous subsurfAce environments)
Les différents projets de recherche seront menés dans 8 pays européens avec 21 partenaires (14 académiques et 7 industriels) et une certain mobilité sera demandé aux futurs doctorants.