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POLMAR short-term Research Grants – Call for 2019
The Helmholtz Graduate School for Polar and Marine Research (POLMAR) offers short-term research grants (between one and three months) for POLMAR members only, providing them with the possibility to undertake part of their doctoral studies in a foreign country, and to allow them the benefit of working within an internationally recognised group of researchers in their specialised area of research.
With the research grants, POLMAR aims to:
- Offer its members the possibility to undertake a PhD relevant scientific stay abroad of up to three months
- Assist in increasing the competence of POLMAR members through an international research experience
- Contribute to further develop grant holders´ knowledge and skills in their respective field of study
- Promote scientific and intercultural exchange
- Help building international linkages and networks
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