Great news! The Deutsches Museum Scholar in Residence Program 2024–2025, a fully funded scholarship, is available for overseas students. This fellowship is available for pre- or post-doctoral studies. The annual stipend for this scholarship is €30,000.
International students who want to work on science and technology projects at Deutsches Museum Germany for six to twelve months are encouraged to apply to the program. The scholarship program’s focus is multidisciplinary. Winners of scholarships will have access to a desk, a phone, and their own workspace. They also have the option of living temporarily in apartments within subsidized museum complexes.
As they develop their research proposals, applicants are encouraged to work closely with museum staff on-site and to base their projects on the collections of the Deutsches Museum. Projects that take an inventive approach to artifact-focused research are particularly encouraged.
The museum’s curators, archivists, and librarians (around 50 staff members) as well as employees of the Munich Center for the History of Science and Technology will be in regular touch with visiting scholars throughout their stay.
About The Deutsches Museum Scholar in Residence Program 2024-2025:
- Host Country: Munich, Germany
- Institution(s): Deutsches Museum
- Degree Level: Pre- or Postdoctoral research
- Course Duration: 6 or 12 months
- Deadline: October 15, 2023,
- As they develop their research proposals, applicants are encouraged to work closely with museum staff on-site and to base their projects on the collections of the Deutsches Museum. Projects that take an inventive approach to artifact-focused research are particularly encouraged.
Benefits Of The Deutsches Museum Scholar in Residence Program 2024-2025:
Applicants will receive the following benefits through the Deutsches Museum Scholar in Residence Program 2024–2025:
- €15,000 (for a full year) is the pre-doctoral stipend.
- €30,000 (for a full year) is the post-doctoral stipend.
Applicants must follow the following requirements to avail of the opportunity of the Deutsches Museum Scholar-in-Residence Program:
- German and English are necessary languages.
- All nations in the world are eligible.
- The candidate must hold a Master’s or PhD from an accredited university.
- A need for the application is passive language abilities, specifically the ability to read German.
- The applicants need to make their own health insurance arrangements.
To submit an application for the Deutsches Museum Scholar-in-Residence Program, please follow these instructions:
(1) The following records are necessary:
- Application form completed.
- The curriculum vitae.
- 3-5 page project description.
- Two private references that can be provided by the referees themselves.
(2) Send the required paperwork and the application in its whole to the following address:
Coordinator of the Research Institute
Tel.: 00 49 (0) 89 2179-280
Fax: 00 49 (0) 89 2179-239
For additional information, just visit the Deutsches Museum Scholar-in-Residence Program website: