The Academy does not award fellowships in the natural sciences.
Fellowships are typically awarded for an academic semester or, on occasion, for an entire academic year.
Following a peer-reviewed screening process, an independent Selection Committee reviews finalist applications. One-year postdoctoral research leave fellowships, dissertation fellowships, and summer/short-term research publication grants are offered. are awarded for full-time study or research in the United States to women who are not United States citizens or permanent residents.
The 2013-14 Berlin Prizes will be announced in late February 2013. Both graduate and postgraduate study at accredited institutions are supported. The American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) US-Mongolia Field Research program supports students, post-doctoral scholars, and faculty to conduct short-term field research in Mongolia between May and October 2013.
Candidates in academic disciplines must have completed a Ph D at the time of application.
Applicants working in most other fieldssuch as journalism, filmmaking, or public policymust have equivalent professional degrees.
The aim of Korean Studies Grant is to deepen the world's understanding of Korea by supporting academic activities that will help spread Korean studies and nurture talented scholars of Korean studies. Application and the required documents should be sent by both e-mail and post.
An e-mailed application without a hard copy will not be accepted.
Students graduating in Spring 2013 are eligible for the program.
During their twelve month stay in Berlin, grant winners will not only be offered the opportunity to experience their disciplines from an international perspective, but they will also be encouraged to learn more about the people and culture of Berlin.
The Academy of Korean Studies (AKS) is pleased to announce "Korean Studies Grant 2013".
Because of the impending loss of social and cultural contact that would inevitably occur after the withdrawal of the Allies, the representatives of Berlin created the Study Foundation to sustain and develop contact with France, Great Britain, the United States, Russia and other successor states of former Soviet Union.
Generally speaking, the Study Foundation is a grant program for young scientists who desire either to work on Berlin along with German/international issues or to use our research facilities.