For Ph.D. candidates in the fields of medicine, health sciences, and life sciences, the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds MD Fellowships 2023 are available. The deadline for submitting applications is Always Open. This scholarship, which has a value of Partial Funding, a monthly stipend, and other benefits, is offered by Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds (BIF). The only people who can apply for this prize are German citizens.
- Degree: PhD
- Offered By: Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds (BIF)
- Deadline: Always Open
- Scholarship funding: Partial Funding, monthly stipend + other benefits
The Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds MD Fellowships are available to exceptional medical students who are capable of conducting an experimental study in basic biological research. These fellowships also give recipients the chance to put their medical education on hold, change careers, and finish medical school in Germany while they are receiving the fellowship.
- Scientific norms of the lab where the project will be completed.
- The suggested scientific merit of the research project.
- The applicants’ accomplishments.
Qualification requirements for Boehringer Ingelheim:
- At least three months before the planned move-in site, candidates must submit their applications to the university.
- The MD fellowship recipients must put their medical education on hold, change occupations, and finish medical school in Germany during the fellowship.
- The final part of the medical evaluation must take place after the candidates’ research stay. Therefore, before beginning their research stay, candidates must make sure they have finished the first two parts of the medical examination.
- As a result, applicants who have been out of school for longer than eight years won’t be taken into consideration for admission to the program.
Mandatory records for the Boehringer Ingelheim Fellowships:
The following must be included in the application documents for MD Fellowships:
- Information about your research project
- Project proposal
- Financial circumstances
- Personal details
- Scientific education
- A high school graduation exam or a requirement for admission to a university, e.g.
- Honors and awards
- Non-scientific activities
- Information source
- Additional documents, for example, motivational letters outlining future objectives and why they choose the experimental research project and host laboratory in their professional experience to date.