All those that wish to study in Austria can now begin their application for OeAD Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grants 2021/22. This scholarship is meant for Undergraduate and Postgraduate whose wish is to advance their career with a fully-funded scholarship in Austria
- Scholarship Level: Undergraduate and Postgraduate
- Subject Eligibility: All Subject Areas.
- Country/Candidate Eligibility: International students
- Scholarship Sponsor(s): OeAD.
- Host Country: Austria
- Scholarship Type: Full Scholarships.
- Scholarship Worth: Varies.
About OeAD Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants 2021/22
The programmes range from grants aimed at broad target groups to more specific ones aimed at applicants from particular fields of study or regions. Below please find an overview of open calls for incoming programmes and the direct link to the online application tool.
OeAD Scholarships 2021/2024 Available Programmes
Ernst Mach Grant – worldwide: invites applications from PhD students, postgraduates, postdocs and young lecturers from universities outside of Austria. Students and academic teaching staff from all fields of study can apply for a grant period of 1 to 9 months, extensions are not possible.
Deadline: 01.02.2021 for the academic year 2021/22
Ernst Mach Grant for Studying at an Austrian University of Applied Sciences: Undergraduate and graduate students from non-European countries (conducting a degree on Bachelor or master level) can apply. The programme allows research visits of 4 to 10 months at an Austrian University of Applied Sciences. Extensions are not possible.
Deadline: 01.03.2021 for the academic year 2021/22
Ernst Mach Follow-Up Grant: aimed at post-doctoral researchers and lecturers from non-European developing countries, who work at higher education institutions/universities and have in the past received an OeAD scholarship. At the beginning of the grant period, at least 5 years must have passed since the last funded research visit to Austria.
Deadline 01.02.2021 for the academic year 2021/22
Franz Werfel Fellowship: open to applications from young university teachers of German language and Austrian literature. It enables them to work as visiting researchers at university departments and carry out research in libraries, archives or at research institutions. The fellowship is awarded for 4 to 9 months and includes follow-up measures (financial and material).
Richard Plaschka Fellowship: open to applications from young university teachers of historical sciences with a focus on Austrian history. It enables them to work as visiting researchers at university departments and carry out research in libraries, archives or at research institutions. The fellowship is awarded for 4 to 9 months and includes follow-up measures (financial and material).
How to Apply
Select any of the scholarship programmes listed above to get full funding information and for a detailed application guide. You can check the grants database www.grants.at for an overview of all funding programmes carried out by OeAD. Or click on this link in the online application tool (www.scholarships.at) for a quick check.