|Sponsored by||Scholarship Name||Eligibility/Detail/Duration||Open from||Deadline|
|DAAD||Bi-nationally Supervised Doctoral Degrees / Cotutelle||Eligibility
a) Bi-national supervision following the “sandwich model”: Applicants who have completed a Master's degree or Diplom (in exceptional cases a Bachelor's degree) at the latest at the beginning of their scholarship.
b) “Cotutelle” procedure: Applicants who have admission to a doctoral programme at the latest at the beginning of their scholarship.
a) Doctorate with bi-national supervision:
The doctoral project is supervised both by a university teacher at the home university and an academic adviser at the host institute in Germany (so-called "sandwich model").
The project must be coordinated with both supervisors. Based on this flexible, multi-phase funding system, doctoral candidates start their doctoral degree in their home country but subsequently spend research periods in Germany.
The doctorate is completed in the home country with participation of the German academic adviser; the doctoral degree is awarded by the home university.
b) Doctorate following the “Cotutelle” procedure:
Funding of bi-national doctoral degrees at the home university and at a university in Germany according to the so-called "Cotutelle" procedure.
The prerequisite is an individual cooperation contract between the participating universities about the doctoral project which is to be supervised.
After successful completion of the doctorate, the German university and the foreign partner university award a doctoral degree together.
1 - 2 Years
|DAAD||TSRI-DAAD Research Based Mobility Scheme||Eligibility
a) Principal investigators (PIs) who have sufficient RGJ special budgets specifically allocated for international activities under this collaborative research project are eligible to apply.
b) The programme is open to the following academic disciplines: Veterinary Medicine, Agricultural Sciences and Forestry, Environmental Sciences, Medicine, Biosciences, Health and Nutritional Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics, Theoretical Computer Science and Informatics, Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Geo Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Political Science, Economics.
Approximately 2,000 Euros per month
upto 2 Years
|DAAD||Georg Forster Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers||Eligibility
a) Doctorate or comparable academic degree (PhD, Csc or equivalent) completed less than 12 years prior to the date of application
b) Candidate’s own research profile documented by a comprehensive list of academic publications
c) Research must be of major relevance to the future development of the candidate’s country or region of origin
d) Expert reviews from the doctoral supervisor and another academic qualified to give well-founded comments on the applicant’s qualification, preferably a reviewer not working at the applicant’s own institute
a) The fellowship is worth EUR 3,150 per month. The amount includes a mobility lump sum and payments towards health- and liability insurances.
b) A flexible starting date
c) In recent years, approximately 20% to 25% of applications were successful.
6 - 18 Months
|DAAD||Research Stays for University Academics and Scientists||
a) Applicants must work at a university or institute of higher education in their home country.
b) The research project must be coordinated with an academic host institute in Germany. The applicant must be provided with a workplace.
The most important selection criteria are:
a) academic achievements and recent publications which must be documented in the curriculum vitae and a list of publications
b) a convincing and well-planned research project
The funding covers:
a) Monthly payments of
- 2,000 euros for assistant teachers, assistant professors and lecturers,
- 2,150 euros for professors b) Travel allowance, unless these expenses are covered by the home country or another source of funding
1 - 3 Months
|French Co-Funding Research Programmes||Franco-Thai Scholarship||
a) < 35 years old b) Thai national c) Skills (language and personal project) d) Quality of study plan e) Contacts with supervisors (co-supervision is recommended) f) Other sources of funding g) Open to all fields of study
a) To study in France at Master or Ph.D. levels. b) Co-funding between institutions Application success rate - 15%
|French Co-Funding Research Programmes||Junior Research Fellowship||Eligibility
a) Thai national b) Postdoctorates/Lecturers/Researchers Selection process: a) The scientific and technical quality of the projectb) The methodological rigour of the project c) The long term scientific and/or technical benefits d) The adequacy with the candidate background & knowledge
Fellowship includes: a) a return ticket from Thailand to France b) a monthly allowance of 1,200 Euros c) the OFII and visa fees d) health insurance All projects to be finished by 31st December 2020. Application success rate - 25%
2 - 6 Months
|French Co-Funding Research Programmes||Franco-Thai Joint Research Program (PHC Siam)||Eligibility
a) Quality of the project b) Involvement of young researchers (minimum of two researchers on the Thai team) c) Complimentarity between both sides d) Long term benefits e) Proposal is to be jointly submitted.
70 project have been supported since 2010. SUT has had seven projects supported. Application success rate - 25%
|Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions||Innovative Training Networks (ITN)||Eligibility
All research areas
European Training Networks help researchers gain experience of different working environments while developing transferable skills.
- They must involve at least three partners from inside and outside academia.Organisations managing such a network should be established in at least three different EU or associated countries. European Industrial Doctorates help PhD candidates step outside academia and develop skills in industry and business.
- This type of network is provided by at least one academic partner and partners from the business world. Individuals are enrolled in a doctoral programme and jointly supervised by the academic and non-academic partners. Organisations offering Industrial Doctorates should be established in at least two different EU or associated countries. European Joint Doctorates promote international collaboration that cuts across different business and research sectors.
- They are run by a minimum of three academic organisations forming a network to supervise joint, double or multiple degrees. These organisations should be from different EU or associated countries.
Other bodies can join from anywhere across the world, including the non-academic sector.
upto 48 Months
|Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions||Individual Fellowship (IF)||Eligibility
a) Must hold a Ph.D. by the deadline or
b) At least four years of full-time equivalent research experience
c) All research areas
12 - 24 Months
|Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions||Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)||Eligibility
a) At least three partners, which can be academic or non-academic organisations from three different countries.
b) At least two of these should be from the EU or associated countries.
c) Proposal should include: knowledge creation, sharing know-how and skill development
d) Open to all research areas
upto 48 Months
|SEA-EU Joint Funding||Southeast Asia-Europe Joint Funding Scheme for Research and Innovation - 4th Call (Innovation)||Eligibility
a) Areas: Infectious diseases (including AMR) and Smart Cities b) Evaluation Criteria:
- Scientific/Technological excellence and innovativeness - Potential impact and expected outcomes
- Management, transnationality and cooperation c) At least 3 partners - 1 from SEA, 2 from EU or 2 from SEA, 1 from EU d) Proposal is jointly submitted.
a) NSTDA is the funding agency. b) Maximum amount allocated is 4 million Baht (in Thailand), but c) 2 - 10 million Baht per country per project
upto 36 Months
|SEA-EU Joint Funding||Southeast Asia-Europe Joint Funding Scheme for Research and Innovation - 3rd Call (Science and Technology)||Eligibility
a) Areas: Integrated Water Resource Management and Nanotechnologies
b) Evaluation Criteria:
- Scientific/Technological excellence and innovativeness - Potential impact and expected outcomes - Management, transnationality and cooperation
c) At least 3 partners
- 1 from SEA, 2 from EU or 2 from SEA, 1 from EU
d) Proposal is jointly submitted.
a) NSTDA is the funding agency.b) Maximum amount allocated is 4 million Baht (in Thailand), but c) 2 - 10 million Baht per country per project
upto 36 Months
|The ASEAN-China Young Leaders Scholarship Program (ACYLS)||ASEAN-China Young Leaders Scholarship（ACYLS）2019||Eligibility
Applicants of ACYLS should meet the following criteria:
a. Citizen of an ASEAN Member State (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam);
b. In sound physical and mental health;
c. Proficient in English (i.e., must possess an IELTS score of at least 6.0 or a TOEFL score of at least 80 points);
d. Holder of an undergraduate degree and under the age of 45 if applying for a master’s degree;
e. Holder of a graduate/master’s degree and under the age of 45 if applying for a PhD degree;
f. Holder of at least an undergraduate degree if applying for the short-term research program;
g. Having at least one-year work experience within government agencies, public or private institutions, universities, think-tanks or similar social agencies, and preferably has experience in the following: • work related to foreign and international affairs, especially ASEAN and China-ASEAN affairs; • work or study in the PRC; • academic work on China or ASEAN-related affairs;
h. Not a concurrent awardee of a Chinese government scholarship;
i. Meets other admission requirements of the Chinese universities to which the applicant has applied.
Applicants apply to ACYLS national focal points for the ACYLS programs and complete online application via the CGSIS(Chinese Government Scholarship information System).
ACYLS national focal points of AMS review and select proper candidates, and submit the recommendation list to the Joint Committee based in Jakarta. The Joint Committee reviews all the recommendations from AMS and submits a nomination list to CSC.
CSC engages with the designated universities for placement. End of July CSC notifies the scholarship recipients of the final results upon the confirmation by the Joint Committee. Host universities mail the admission documents to respective recipients.
ACYLS recipients receive admission documents and go through necessary procedures for coming to China. September ACYLS recipients arrive in China and register with the host universities.
The application generally opens from January to April every year