Our programmes from A to Z

Andrássy Postgraduate scholarship of the BMWFW

With an Andrássy scholarship of the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW) students can study a one- to two-year master’s degree programme at the German-speaking Andrássy University in Budapest (DUB). Students can carry out their studies at the Faculties of International Relations, Central European Studies or Comparative Political Studies and Law. Graduates of bachelor’s programmes, traditional diploma degree programmes and master’s programmes can apply for this scholarship.

Target group: Graduates, Postgraduates

Target country: Hungary

Duration: 22 months maximum

Closing date for applications: May 15th

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

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Aktion Austria-Slovakia (Incoming)

The Aktion Austria-Slovakia supports scientific exchange between Austria and Slovakia and the learning of the neighbouring country’s language. Different scholarships for students, lecturers and researchers as well as project funding are intended to increase bilateral cooperation with the aim of developing sustainable relationships.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates, Postdocs, Researchers

Country of origin: Slovakia

Duration: depending on the target group 3 days to 6 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH/ICM and SAIA, n.o. on behalf of and financed by the Aktion Austria-Slovakia

Closing date for applications: 2 closing dates per year

Further information: www.aktion.saia.sk

Aktion Austria-Slovakia (Outgoing)

The Aktion Austria-Slovakia supports scientific exchange between Austria and Slovakia and the learning of the neighbouring country’s language. Different scholarships for students, lecturers and researchers as well as project funding are intended to increase bilateral cooperation with the aim of developing sustainable relationships.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates, Postdocs, Researchers

Target country: Slovakia

Duration: depending on the target group 3 days to 6 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH/ICM and SAIA, n.o. on behalf of and financed by the Aktion Austria-Slovakia

Closing date for applications: 2 closing dates per year

Further information: www.aktion.saia.sk

Aktion Austria-Czech Republic (Incoming)

The Aktion Austria-Czech Republic supports scientific exchange between Austria and the Czech Republic and the learning of the neighbouring country’s language. Different scholarships for students, lecturers and researchers as well as project funding are intended to increase bilateral cooperation with the aim of developing sustainable relationships.

Target group: Graduates, Postgraduates, Postdocs, Researchers

Country of origin: Czech Republic

Duration: depending on the target group 1 to 6 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH /ICM and AKTION on behalf of and financed by the Aktion Austria-Czech Republic

Closing date for applications: depending on the programme up to 3 closing dates per year

Further information: http://www.dzs.cz/de/aktion-osterreich-tschechische-republik/

Aktion Austria-Czech Republic (Outgoing)

The Aktion Austria-Czech Republic supports scientific exchange between Austria and the Czech Republic and the learning of the neighbouring country’s language. Different scholarships for students, lecturers and researchers as well as project funding are intended to increase bilateral cooperation with the aim of developing sustainable relationships.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates, Postdocs, Researches

Target country: Czech Republic

Duration: depending on the target group 1 to 6 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH /ICM and AKTION on behalf of and financed by the Aktion Austria-Czech Republic

Closing date for applications: depending on the programme up to 3 closing dates per year

Further information: http://www.dzs.cz/de/aktion-osterreich-tschechische-republik/

Aktion Austria-Hungary (Incoming)

The Aktion Austria-Hungary supports scientific exchange between Austria and Hungary and the learning of the neighbouring country’s language. Different scholarships for students, lecturers and researchers as well as project funding are intended to increase bilateral cooperation with the aim of developing sustainable relationships.

Target group: Postgraduates, Postdocs, Researchers

Country of origin: Hungary

Duration: depending on the target group 3 days to 4 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH/ICM on behalf of and financed by the Stiftung Aktion Austria-Hungary

Closing date for applications: per Aktion and project up to 4 closing dates per year

Further information: www.omaa.hu

Aktion Austria-Hungary (Outgoing)

The Aktion Austria-Hungary supports scientific exchange between Austria and Hungary and the learning of the neighbouring country’s language. Different scholarships for students, lecturers and researchers as well as project funding are intended to increase bilateral cooperation with the aim of developing sustainable relationships.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates, Postdocs, Researchers

Target country: Hungary

Duration: depending on the target group 3 days to 9 months, extention is possible in certain cases

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH/ICM on behalf of and financed by the Stiftung Aktion Austria-Hungary

Closing date for applications: per scholarship programme up to 4 closing dates per year

Further information: www.omaa.hu

APPEAR

The higher education cooperation programme APPEAR is a programme of the Austrian Development Cooperation (ODC). Its aim is to implement the strategy “Higher Education and Scientific Cooperation” in the priority countries and priority regions in the South and in the three priority countries in the Black Sea area and the Southern Caucasus.

Two types of scholarships are available:

  • Master’s and PhD scholarships that are bound to an APPEAR project
  • PhD scholarships that are awarded on an individual basis and thus not bound to an APPEAR project

ASEA-Uninet

The ASEA-Uninet supports exchange of knowledge between partner universities in the member countries in Europe and South-East Asia (Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam). The main activity of the network is the organisation and financial support of the exchange of scientists and postgraduates and the knowledge transfer which is associated with this.

Internship for teaching German as a foreign language abroad

Only students who are studying German as a foreign and second language at an Austrian university can apply for this internship.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates

Target countries: Egypt, Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Cameroon, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Cuba, Morocco, Mexico, Mongolia, Montenegro, Nepal, Nicaragua, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Senegal, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

Duration: 3 to 5 months

Closing date for applications: January 31st, 2017

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Further information

Internship abroad for students in the master’s degree course "Austrian Studies – Cultures, Literatures, Languages" at the University of Vienna

The Internship abroad for students in the master’s degree programme "Austrian Studies – Cultures, Literatures, Languages" at the University of Vienna enables a stay of up to one month at a partner institution abroad. Students who have already gained at least 30 ECTS credits are eligible to apply for this scholarship.

Target group: Graduates

Target countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary

Duration: three weeks minimum to 1 month maximum

Closing date for applications: any time

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

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CEEPUS (Incoming)

CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) is a multilateral exchange programme with Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. Students and lecturers can apply for a financially supported stay abroad in one of the 16 CEEPUS member countries. Both short stays (excursions lasting at least three days) and longer stays (up to ten months) can be supported.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Researchers

Countries of origin: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Croatia, Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary

Duration: 1 to 10 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Closing date for applications: 15 June (for the whole academic year and for the winter term) | 31 October (for the summer term) | 30 November (for freemovers)

Further information: www.ceepus.info

CEEPUS (Outgoing)

CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) is a multilateral exchange programme with Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. Students and lecturers can apply for a financially supported stay abroad in one of the 16 CEEPUS member countries. Both short stays (excursions lasting at least three days) and longer stays (up to ten months) can be supported.Please note that students can only study at a partner university abroad via a CEEPUS network in which the relevant higher education institution takes part. You can find the networks in which Austrian higher education institutions take part on the CEEPUS website. Outside the networks freemover stays at a freely chosen university in one of the CEEPUS countries are possible in some cases (the university, however, must be eligible to take part in CEEPUS).

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, researchers

Countries of origin: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Croatia, Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary

Duration: 1 to 10 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Closing date for applications: June 15th (for the whole academic year and the winter semester) | October 31st (for the summer semester) | November 30th (for freemovers)

Further information: www.ceepus.info

PhD Scholarship for Central European History at the Andrássy University Budapest

The PhD Scholarship for Central European History at the Andrássy University Budapest supports doctoral candidates who wish to do research on the topic of "Bruchlinien mitteleuropäischer Geschichte im 18., 19. und beginnenden 20. Jahrhundert".

Target group: Postgraduates

Target country: Hungary

Duration: up to 4 years

Closing date for applications: August 31st, 2017

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Further information

Erasmus+ School Education

Erasmus+, the educational programme of the European Commission for the period of 2014 to 2020, supports numerous projects and cooperations in school education across Europe. continue reading

Erasmus+ Vocational Education and Training

Erasmus+, the educational programme of the European Commission for the period of 2014 to 2020, supports numerous projects and cooperations in vocational education and training across Europe. continue reading

Erasmus+ Higher Education

Erasmus+, the educational programme of the European Commission for the period of 2014 to 2020, supports numerous projects and cooperations in higher education across Europe. continue reading

Erasmus+ Adult Education

Erasmus+, the educational programme of the European Commission for the period of 2014 to 2020, supports numerous projects and cooperations in adult education across Europe. continue reading

Erasmus+ study abroad periods

Within the framework of Erasmus+ students have the possibility to do part of their studies at a partner higher education institution in another European country (a few study abroad periods in partner countries can also be funded).

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates

Target countries: 28 EU member countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Republic of Macedonia as well as a few stays in partner countries

Duration: 3 to 12 months

Funding organisation: national, EU

Closing date for applications: please enquire at the office where you have to submit your application (home university)

Further information: Study abroad | International Mobility

Erasmus+ study abroad periods

Within the framework of Erasmus+ students have the possibility to do part of their studies at a partner higher education institution in another European country (a few study abroad periods in partner countries can also be funded).

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates

Target countries: 28 EU member countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Republic of Macedonia as well as a few stays in partner countries

Duration: 3 to 12 months

Funding organisation: national, EU

Closing date for applications: please enquire at the office where you have to submit your application (home university)

Further information: Study abroad | International Mobility

Erasmus+ Internships

Students and graduates can do an internship in the Erasmus+ programme countries. They can do this internship in a company, a training or research institution or other organisation that is able to support and enable the agreed learning progress for the relevant degree programme. It must be a full-time internship.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates

Target countries: 28 EU member countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Republic of Macedonia

Duration: 2 to 12 months

Funding organisation: national, EU

Closing date for applications: please enquire at the office where you have to submit your application (home higher education institution)

Further information

Erasmus+ study abroad periods

Within the framework of Erasmus+ students have the possibility to do part of their studies at a partner higher education institution in another European country (a few study abroad periods in partner countries can also be funded).

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates

Target countries: 28 EU member countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Republic of Macedonia as well as a few stays in partner countries

Duration: 3 to 12 months

Funding organisation: national, EU

Closing date for applications: please enquire at the office where you have to submit your application (home university)

Further information: Study abroad | International Mobility

Erasmus+ Internships

Students and graduates can do an internship in the Erasmus+ programme countries. They can do this internship in a company, a training or research institution or other organisation that is able to support and enable the agreed learning progress for the relevant degree programme. It must be a full-time internship.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates, Postgraduates

Target countries: 28 EU member countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Republic of Macedonia

Duration: 2 to 12 months

Funding organisation: national, EU

Closing date for applications: please enquire at the office where you have to submit your application (home higher education institution)

Further information

Ernst Mach Grant for studying at an Austrian university of applied sciences (Fachhochschule) (International)

The Ernst Mach Grant for studying at an Austrian university of applied sciences (Fachhochschule) is intended for international students who want to spend a study period at an Austrian university of applied sciences. The purpose of the programme is to promote the internationalisation of the university of applied sciences sector in Austria.

Target group: Undergraduates, Graduates

Countries of origin: non-European countries

Duration: 4 to 10 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Closing date for applications: March 1st

Further information

The Ernst Mach Grant worldwide (International)

The Ernst Mach Grant worldwide is intended for young researchers and university lecturers of all disciplines who are studying or pursuing research outside Austria.

Target group: Postgraduates, Postdocs

Countries of origin: all

Duration: 4 to 9 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Closing date for applications: March 1st

Further information

Ernst Mach Grant ASEA (Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam)

The Ernst Mach Grant ASEA-UNINET within the framework of the ASEAN-European Academic University Network (ASEA-UNINET) enables students and researchers stays in Austria. The target group are PhD students, postdocs and lecturers at member institutions of the ASEA-UNINET.

Target group: graduates, postgraduates, postdocs

Countries of origin: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam

Duration: Graduates, Postdocs: 1 to 9 months | Postgraduates: max. 36 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH/ICM in cooperation with ASEA-UNINET (on behalf and financed by funds of the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy - BMWFW)

Closing date for applications: spring 2017

Further information

Svetlana Kim, BA, MA


+43 1 534 08-471

Ernst Mach Grant EPU (China, Mongolia)

The Ernst Mach Grant EPU within the framework of the Eurasia Pacific Uninet (EPU) enables students and researchers stays in Austria. The target group are students and researchers from member institutions of the Eurasia Pacific Uninet.

Target group: postgraduates, postdocs

Countries of origin: China, Mongolia

Duration: 1 to 9 months

Funding organisation: Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH/ICM in cooperation with Eurasia Pacific Uninet (on behalf and financed by funds of the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy - BMWFW)

Closing date for applications: March 1st, September 1st

Further information

Svetlana Kim, BA, MA


+43 1 534 08-471

Ernst Mach Follow-up Grant (non-European developing countries)

The Ernst Mach Follow-up Grant (EZA) is a programme for former scholarship holders from non-European developing countries. Eligible for application are people who are pursuing research or are teaching at a higher education institution in a developing country and already received a scholarship of the Republic of Austria administered by the OeAD.

Target group: Postdocs

Countries of origin: non-European developing countries

Duration: 1 to 3 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Closing date for applications: February 1st

Further information

Eurasia-Pacific Uninet

The Eurasia-Pacific Uninet (EPU) was established in 2000 with the objective of developing an educational network for Austrian universities, universities of applied sciences and other educational institutions in Central Asia, East Asia and the Pacific. It comprises a great number of international partners of all fields of research and supports projects in the areas of research, research-based teaching and art as well as technology cooperations.

Doctoral Grant for the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence

The grant serves to study a doctoral programme at the EUI in Florence. Highly qualified graduates wishing to study a doctoral programme at the EUI at the following four departments can apply for this grant: history and cultural history, economic sciences (political economy), legal studies, political and social sciences. LL.M programmes are not supported.

Target group: Postgraduates

Target country: Italy

Duration: 36 months

Closing date for applications: January 31st, 2017

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Further information

Franz Werfel Grant (International)

The Franz Werfel Grant is intended for young university lecturers of German language and literature studies with a special focus on Austrian literature. The duration of the scholarship is four to nine months; an extension to up to 18 months is possible. Persons who consumed at least 12 scholarship months can apply for the follow-up support programme.

Target group: postgraduates, postdocs, researchers

Countries of origin: all

Duration: 4 to 9 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Closing date for applications: March 1st, September 15th

Further information

Scholarship of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

The scholarship of the JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) is offerd by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and enables young scientists and university lecturers at Austrian universities to spend a reserach period in Japan.

Target group: Postdocs, researchers

Target country: Japan

Duration: 12 to 24 months

Closing date for appliation: any time (by June 30th, 2017 at the latest)

Funding organisation: Japanese government

Further information

Svetlana Kim, BA, MA


+43 1 534 08-471

Lectureship programme

The lectureship programme is a mobility programme for teaching German language and Austrian literature and cultural studies at universities abroad.

Target group: Postgraduates, Postdocs

Target countries: see current call for applications

Duration: 1 to 5 academic years

Closing date for applications: January 31st

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Further information

Marietta Blau Grant

The Marietta Blau Grant offers financial support for six- to twelve-month study periods abroad for doctoral or PhD students of Austrian universities. It serves to optimise their dissertations. Junior researchers are the main target group.

Target group: PhD-scholars from Austrian Universities

Target countries: all except Austria

Monthly Grant rate: 1,500 Euro

Duration: 6 to 12 months

Closing date for applications: February 1st, September 1st

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Further nformation

Monbukagakusho Grant (Japan)

The Monbukagakusho Grant is intended for candidates who are studying, doing research or are teaching in Japan at the time of applying and who want to spend a research period in Austria.

Target group: undergraduates, graduates, postgraduates, postdocs, researchers

Country of origin: Japan

Duration: 9 months

Funding organisation: Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology  (MEXT)

Further information

Svetlana Kim, BA, MA


+43 1 534 08-471

Monbukagakusho Grant (Outgoing)

The Monbukagakusho Grant is open to graduates and postgraduates with Austrian nationality who wish to do research or study a master’s or PhD programme at a Japanese university.

Target group: Graduates, Postgraduates

Target country: Japan

Duration: 18 to 24 months

Funding organisation: Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

Closing date for applications: May 1st, 2017 (expected)

Further information

Svetlana Kim, BA, MA


+43 1 534 08-471

Richard Plaschka Grant PraeDoc (International)

For the Richard Plaschka PraeDoc Scholarship programme doctoral students of history studies who primarily focus on Austrian history can apply. The duration of the scholarship is four to twelve months; an extension to up to 18 months is possible. Persons who consumed at least 12 scholarship months can apply for the follow-up support programme.

Target group: postgraduates

Countries of origin: all

Duration: 4 to 12 months (extension to 18 months is possible in certain cases)

Closing date for applications: March 1st, September 15th

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Further information

Richard Plaschka Grant Postdoc (International)

The Plaschka PostDoc scholarship programme is intended for post-docs of history studies who primarily focus on Austrian history. The duration of the scholarship is four to twelve months; an extension to up to 18 months is possible. Persons who consumed at least 12 scholarship months can apply for the follow-up support programme.

Target group: postdocs, researchers

Countries of origin: all

Duration: 4 to 12 months (extension to 18 months is possible in certain cases)

Closing date for applications: March 1st, September 15th

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf and financed by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy

Further information

Sparkling Science

Within the framework of Sparkling Science the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW) has been funding research projects in which scientists work side by side with pupils since 2007. continue reading

Scholarships of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria for Undergraduates, Graduates und Postgraduates (International)

The scholarships of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria for Undergraduates, Graduates und Postgraduates are intended for descendants of forced labourers and nationals of countries that suffered particularly from the NS regime. Students and researchers can apply for a research period in Austria.

It is possible to apply for research scholarships

  • for bachelor's theses
  • for traditional diploma degree theses and master's theses
  • for dissertations

No scholarships are available for bachelor's, master's or doctoral/PhD studies in Austria or for summer courses, language courses, clinical traineeships or internships.

Target group: undergraduates, graduates und postgraduates

Countries of origin: all

Target country: Austria

Duration: 1 to 4 months

Closing date for applications: March 1st, September 1st

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf of and financed by the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria

Further information

Scholarships of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria for Master’s Degree Studies in the Field of International Relations (International)

The scholarships of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria for Master’s Degree Studies in the Field of International Relations are intended for descendants of forced labourers and nationals of countries that suffered particularly from the NS regime. Students can apply for a master’s degree programme in the field of International Relations.

Target group: graduates, postgraduates

Countries of origin: all

Target country: Austria

Duration: 10 months

Closing date for applications: March 1st

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf of and financed by the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria

Further information

Scholarships of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria for Postdocs (International)

The scholarships of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria for Postdocs are intended for descendants of forced labourers and nationals of countries that suffered particularly from the NS regime. Students and researchers can apply for a research period in Austria.

Eligible for application are postdocs who are working as researchers at a university or research institution outside Austria.

Target group: postdocs

Countries of origin: all

Target country: Austria

Duration: 1 to 12 months

Closing date for applications: March 1st, September 1st

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH on behalf of and financed by the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria

Further information

Indonesia – Austria scholarship programme

The Indonesia – Austria scholarship programme is intended for Indonesian students who want to pursue a doctoral programme at an Austrian university and who fulfil the admission requirements for the doctoral programme. It is based on an agreement between the Indonesian Ministry for Research, Technology and Higher Education (RISTEKDIKTI) and the OeAD-GmbH in cooperation with the ASEA-UNINET.

Target group: postgraduates

Country of origin: Indonesia

Duration: 36 months

Funding organisation: OeAD-GmbH/ICM on behalf and financed by funds of the Directorate General of Resources for Science, Technology, and Higher Education, lndonesia (RISTEKDIKTI) and the OeAD-GmbH

Further information

Svetlana Kim, BA, MA


+43 1 534 08-471

Oman Scholarship Programme

The Oman Scholarship Programme enables Omani scholarship holders to study a bachelor’s programme in Austria and to attend the University Preparation Programme.

Target group: undergraduates

Country of origin: Oman

Duration: depends on the study progress

Funding organisation: MoHE Oman

Pakistan scholarship programme

The Pakistan scholarship programme is intended for Pakistani students who want to pursue a doctoral programme at an Austrian university and who fulfil the admission requirements for the doctoral programme.

Target group: postgraduates

Country of origin: Pakistan

Duration: 36 months

Funding organisation: HEC Pakistan

Vietnam-Austria scholarship programme

For the Vietnam-Austria Scholarship programme Vietnamese students who want to pursue a doctoral programme at an Austrian university and fulfil the admission requirements for the doctoral programme or who are taking part in an Austrian-Vietnamese joint master’s programme can apply.

Target group: postgraduates

Country of origin: Vietnam

Duration: 36 months (of which 9 months preparation phase)

Funding organisation: OeAD/ICM on behalf and financed by fund of the Vietnam International Education Development of the Ministry of Education and Training of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (VIED) and the OeAD

Talent Austria Scholarship

The Talent Austria Scholarship is intended for students and researchers at Austrian higher education institutions who are writing their dissertation / pursuing research in the field of talent and excellence research.

Target group: Postgraduates

Duration: 9 to 36 months

Closing date for applications: May 1st, 2017

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Scientific & Technological Cooperation (S&T Cooperation)

The Scientific & Technological Cooperation (S&T Cooperation) is based on inter-governmental and bilateral agreements for cooperations in the fields of science and technology. The financial support is intended for research visits within the framework of concrete scientific cooperation projects with researchers from partner countries of the Scientific & Technological Cooperation; the basic funding of the research projects must be secured from other sources. Funding is available mainly for travel and accommodation costs.

Mag. Monika Staltner, MA


+43 1 534 08-445