The Research Centre of Trier University supports excellent Master graduates who start their doctoral reserach. The financial support for the initial phase of the PhD allows the scholarship holder to work out a comprehensive research proposal which they need to apply for long term scholarships at external institutions.
The Research Centre of Trier University supports excellent doctoral students who are about to finish their doctoral studies. The financial support for the final stage of the PhD allows the scholarship holder to concentrate their work and successfully finish their research.
The International Office of Trier provides Bachelor, Master and PhD students with a financial aid for the final stage of their degree. Interational PhD students who will graduate within 1 or two semesters can apply.
The mentoring programme Career Planning for Female Doctoral Candidates offers a formalized platform for the exchange of experience in the domain of individual career development. The programme addresses female academics who would like to actively shape their career, who would like to explore and exploit their resources and who are interested in exchanging perspective and new impulses. Female academics from abroad are also welcome to apply for the mentoring programme.
The core element of this programme is a one-to-one mentoring relationship with a person, who has extensive experience in the fields of academia, science management, economy, administration, politics, etc. The modular structure of this programme comprises the mentoring relationship, professional training measures (usually in German) and opportunities for networking.