Doctorate Places & DAAD-Scholarship, Class of Language//Graduate School Language & Literature Munich (11.12.2022)


The Class of Language of the Graduate School Language & Literature Munich is inviting applications for PhD-places starting the forthcoming summer semester 2023.

Within the current application round, the Class of Language invites applications for regular programme places (without funding) as well as for one PhD-scholarship within the Graduate School Scholarship Programme (GSSP) of the DAAD.

Deadline for applications in both cases: December 11, 2022.

The scholarship is aimed at excellent international applicants who will have lived in Germany for no longer than 15 months by February 2023 and have a good knowledge of German (B2 level).

Within the Class of Language, doctoral students enjoy excellent conditions in an interdisciplinary environment with around 50 participants working on a broad variety of linguistic topics. The programme is research oriented and has a systematically structured interdisciplinary curriculum. It offers an individual and intensive advisory programme for doctoral candidates, international guest-speakers, financial support
for international research projects as well as a variety of courses to strengthen personal and analytical skills. Double-degrees within the framework of 'Cotutelle de Thèse' are supported.

Requirements for a successful application, both for the scholarship and for the regular program places, include an above-average first university degree in a linguistic subject, the willingness to actively participate in a structured doctoral program, and a convincing project outline.

Further information:
• Regarding the Class of Language:

• Regarding the application process:
• Regarding the GSSP requirements and conditions

Dr. Felix Bokelmann
Graduate School Language & Literature Munich
LMU Munich
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 2180 6880

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Ludwig Maximilians Universität München
Graduate School Language and Literature Munich
Datum der Veröffentlichung: 18.11.2022
Letzte Änderung: 18.11.2022