Germany’s Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg launches international contest seeking innovative solutions to cutting-edge science problems: Bright minds and creative thinkers from the global research community have the opportunity to test their skills with their peers in a worldwide competitio.
Today there are already more people living in cities than in rural regions. This trend is set to continue. In 2050, two thirds of the world’s population will be living in cities. Cities throughout the world are facing huge challenges.
The Prof. Joachim Lenz Foundation awards a one-year internship to graduates from Eastern European universities who have completed a technical degree programme and would like to continue their education at a German company.
The Baltic-German University Liaison Office supports projects, which promote the scientific cooperation between the Baltic States and Germany. Project application documents must be sent by 15 March 2017.
Science and research in Germany are characterised by a distinguished infrastructure, a wide variety of disciplines, well-equipped research facilities and competent staff. Germany offers various career opportunities for international PhD students and researchers.