DAAD Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme
DAAD Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme provides financial support for the travel and living expenses associated with collaborative research between Australia and Germany.
Researchers must be working on a genuinely collaborative research project with German partners, not furthering their individual research in Germany (or vice versa). As part of the DAAD’s Program for Project-related Personal Exchange (PPP), the scheme usually involves a two-way exchange of researchers to and from Germany.
A significant focus of the scheme is to develop the experience and capacity of early career researchers (ECRs). Projects that do not involve an ECR will not be considered for funding.
Please note that the Australian version of this scheme that researchers from MQ will be applying for is called the Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme and the German version of the same scheme that the project partners in Germany will have to apply for is called the PPP Australia Programme.
Applications will be assessed and ranked by a Macquarie Assessment Panel prior to submission to Universities Australia.
Macquarie University will provide funding for a small number of projects of up to AUD$12,500 p.a over two years, starting in 2021 (AUD$25,000 per project). This funding is to support living and travel expenses for Macquarie researchers to spend time at partner institutions in Germany.
Please submit your application to your Faculty Research Office for review prior to final submission to Research Services:
Faculty of Arts
Macquarie Business School
Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences
Faculty of Science and Engineering
For funding commencing in 2021:
Universities Australia announce the scheme is open: Thursday 9 April 2020
Submissions will only be accepted via the PURE Research Management System.
Ph: +61 2 9850 4877
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