Applications for HGS-HIRe

Thank you for your interest in HGS-HIRe.

There are basically two very different types of applications:

Regular Participantship

This is for PhD students who want to work on a thesis topic associated with the research fields of GSI and FAIR and who already have funding for the time of their thesis. The successfull applicant will be able to participate in the full program of HGS-HIRe.

Regular Participantship + Scholarship

This is for PhD students with the same scope of their thesis as described above but without funding yet. The successfull applicant will receive a scholarship in addition to the participantship in the school.

Current scholarship rates and conditions can be found here.

In HGS-HIRe we use a three step application process. As a first step you need to register. We will review your registration based on the information you provide and contact you with further questions and information.

If you want to apply please continue to >STEP 1: Registration
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Additional information on scholarships

HGS-HIRe provides a common platform for the scholarship programs of
  • The Helmholtz International Center for FAIR (HIC for FAIR)
  • The Graduate Program for Hadron and Ion Research (GP-HIR).
This is the central website to apply for scholarships funded from these sources.
HGS-HIRe does not finance any scholarships itself but is responsible for applications, evaluations and organization of these scholarship programs.

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