Individual Foundations for Travel Grants
Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds (B.I.F.)
The B.I.F. award travel grants for junior researchers pursuing experimental projects in basic biomedical research. Travel grants are awarded for short-term visits of up to 3 months. The B.I.F. do not support attendance of conferences, symposia and workshops without practical training. Further information you can find here.
This foundation provides funding for junior researchers in the area of clinical psychology, such as grants for research trips abroad or travel to conferences. For more information in German, click here.
Lieselotte und Karl Otto Winkler Stiftung für Arbeitsmedizin
This foundation provides funding for doctoral candidates in the area of occupational medicine, such as by awarding research stipends at external research institutions in Germany and abroad. It also offers travel stipends for junior researchers who wish to present their findings at scientific conferences abroad. More information in German is available here.
Humanities and Social Sciences
This foundation provides funding for dissertations by Catholic doctoral candidates, including reimbursement of travel costs. The foundation’s main areas of concentration include the history of the nobility and the post. For details in German, click here.
Gerda Henkel Foundation
The Gerda Henkel Foundations offers Travel Grants for their Doctoral candidates. More information is available here.
Stiftung Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland (DGIA)
The Foundation announces Travel Grants yearly. Further information you will find here.
This foundation funds research on political exile. It offers grants to fund trips to archives for doctoral candidates whose dissertation project is already in an advanced state of completion. For more information in German, click here.