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grants.at includes all grants, scholarships and research funding known to us – and relevant for Austria – on the institutional, municipal, provincial, federal, EU and international level and also those of private providers of funding (e.g. foundations, companies).
Grants provided by the higher education institutions can only partly be found in grants.at; they appear at the end of the results list. Detailed information about these is available from the relevant offices of the Austrian and foreign universities (e.g. International Office, Research Services).
Yes, please choose the funding organisation of your choice at the end of the entry page of grants.at.
At grants.at you can find all grant options we know of. This, however, does not mean that there are no others. In any case you should also enquire at your university / university of applied sciences or the university of your choice in another country. For studies / research abroad the first point of contact are the foreign diplomatic representations in Austria.
In some cases, however, no grants are available – which is often the case for private educational institutions.
Future doctoral candidates and researchers can find fellowships and jobs in the Job database of Euraxess - Researchers in Motion. Other grants databases can be found here.
No. Applications for many grants at grants.at must be submitted online at www.scholarships.at – at “Closing date for applications” you will find the link “apply online”.
Information about where you have to submit your application is available at “Where to submit your application” in the details view of each grant.
If you have any questions about a specific grant / scholarship / research grant please directly contact the authority awarding the grant or the person mentioned as contact person in the grant details.
The OeAD cannot provide any detailed information about grants of other funding authorities!
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grants.at is an initiative of
- Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW)
- Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research (OeAD-GmbH)
and it has been expanded with financial support of the EU.
The OeAD and 29 other grant-awarding authorities make sure that the information at grants.at is always up to date.
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... to Austria
Unfortunately, there are hardly any funding programmes for international students who wish to pursue a whole degree programme in Austria. In order to find those funding options please choose your country of origin, the type of grant: grants for whole degree programmes and the target group.
The OeAD does not offer any scholarships for whole degree programmes in Austria.
You can find an overview of all study programmes offered an Austrian Higher Education Institutions in the database www.studienwahl.at/en. There you can filter for a specific study area, the type of degree programmes, locations, the type of institutions or the language of the programme.
You can find information about these issues at www.oead.at/willkommen_in_oesterreich/tipps_zu_recht_praxis; if you have any further questions, send your enquiries to info@. oead.at
If you are a researcher or a prospective doctoral / PhD student and you are planning to come to Austria, you can find information about vacancies, social insurance, taxation, entry and residence, financial support and practical issues of everyday life as well as personal guidance at www.euraxess.at.
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If you are looking for grants for Great Britain/England/Scotland/Wales/Northern Ireland – select “United Kingdom” as target country.
Grants for the USA you can find by selecting “United States”.
If you are a researcher or a prospective doctoral / PhD student and you are planning to go to an other European country, you can find information about vacancies, social insurance, taxation, entry and residence, financial support and practical issues of everyday life as well as personal guidance at Euraxess – Researchers in Motion.