Be a host for fully funded students to boost YOUR blue ideas!
The German Federal Environmental Foundation (Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt DBU) offers scholarships for university graduates from Central and Eastern Europe. This scholarship program is a valuable opportunity for graduates to spend 6 to 12 months at a German research institution or company.
We are calling for applications of both : Northern German project hosts AND Ambitious students to support these.
Institutes / Projects should address new, promising strategies for sustainable aquatic biomass production and/or closely related topics. Interested students should be strongly dedicated to learn and work in Germany, preferably having a relevant study or experience background. The next application deadline is 05.09.2021 and further info on the scholarship can be found here:https://www.dbu.de/2600.html (English version: https://www.dbu.de/3034.html)
- up to 60 CEE-fellows are funded per year; you can check our database for examples
- funding period: 6-12 months
- monthly grant: 1.250 €
- health, accident and liability insurance
- several weeks of intensive German course in Osnabrück before the beginning of the stay at the host institution
The blue bioeconomy has the ambition to create sustainable change in aquatic bioproduction processes. Thus, it grows mainly in regions with access to natural, large water areas, especially coastal regions, such as the Baltic Sea. Looking forward to welcome your best graduates in Northern Germany soon!
About the Cluster
The blue bioeconomy innovation cluster Bioeconomy at Marine Sites (BaMS) combines the leading research organizations, as well as innovative companies and influencers of the blue bioeconomy value chain in Northern Germany. The members of the cluster represent the most relevant parts of the supply chain, encompassing primary production of aquatic biomass (fisheries, aquaculture, fish, algae and others) as well as processing, finishing and side-streams. The cluster thrives to implement aquatic circular economy business models, making fully sustainable use of aquatic biomass, embracing the use of nutrient-rich emissions from other sectors and unlocking the carbon-capture potential of aquatic biomass. The cluster supports its members with project funding, development of model- and demonstration sites on industrial scale and implementation activities to support the sustainable growth of the business sector.