The Interdisciplinary Center for Gender Studies (IZG) has published a brochure for female students, doctoral candidates, postdocs
and those with a post-doctoral habilitation on current funding opportunities to inform and motivate them to apply for a scholarship.
The brochure aims to guide women through the funding jungle. Apart from information on different funding programmes and foundations
it also presents advice services and networks.
The brochure is available as a PDF to download.
The mentoring programme movement is offered to female researchers who are pursuing a career in teaching and research. The programme
is tailored respectively to prospective doctoral candidates, doctoral candidates with a career perspective in research as well as
postdocs on the path to professorship. The programme is also run for international doctoral candidates.
For more information on the mentoring programme please visit the movement webpages.
- A peer mentoring programme for female prospective doctoral candidates in history, philosophy and theology
- Depending on the measures in their equality plan, faculties may have their own specific programmes for female students and doctoral candidates. The equality plans of each faculty can be viewed online.