Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School grants up to ten doctoral scholarships every year. The scholarship holders command, in addition to their scholarship, a budget for material and travel expenses. Scholarship holders with parental responsibilities receive twelve additional scholarship months and may add these to the scholarship's three-year duration and/or use the monetary value of the scholarship months for child care.
Handing in the dissertation within the time limit entitles to a transition scholarship to bridge the gap to the disputation and the start of employment/PostDoc funding.
If you should require more time for your doctorate, you will remain a doctoral candidate of FSGS until the disputation or disenrollment.
Representations of the body in contemporary Japanese literature by female authors
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