Max Planck Society Research Scholarships 2016 - Applications open
Max Planck Society Research Scholarships 2016: Applications are open for Max Planck Society Research 2016 Scholarships for international researchers to undertake research in the field of criminal law and criminology at the Max Planck Society, Germany.
Max Planck Society Research Scholarships are granted for a period of two to four months.
Awarding Institute / Body: Max Planck Society, Germany
Field of study: Students can take up research projects at the Department of Criminal Law or Department of Criminology.
The Department of Criminal Law covers topics like Comparative law, European criminal law, International criminal law, Economic crime, Terrorism, Organized crime and Information law.
The Department of Criminology covers topics like criminal sanctions, dangerous offenders, empirical research on criminal procedure, organized crime, terrorism and domestic security, victimization, social change, changes in life circumstances, crime, and crime control.
Eligibility: To apply for Max Planck Society Research Scholarships, the applicant must be a doctorate, post-doctorate student or a research scholar.
How to Apply: To apply for Max Planck Society Research Scholarships 2016, applicants are required to fill up the application form and attached questionnaire, and send it along with copies of the required documents to the Department of Criminal Law or Department of Criminology, depending on their field of study.
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Type of awards: Scholarship
Value of Scholarship:
The value of Max Planck Society Research Scholarships varies according to the academic qualification of the applicant.
Name of Scholarships
Value of Scholarship
1,365 EUR per month
2,100 EUR per month
2,300 EUR per month
Deadline: May 31, 2016.
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