What you can expect from us
Every student of the IMPRS Graduate School receives 65% of level E13 of the TvÖD Bund, which is a collective agreement for the public service in Germany. Students taking part in the PhD Residency track will be financed by the Else-Kröner-Fresenius-Stiftung - Clinician Scientists (EKFS) during their research periods.
IMPRS-TP provides 3 months of funding and the rest are provided through grants obtained by the PI. IMPRS-TP also provides financial support for educational and scientific activities such as conference travel.
Once you have been accepted into the PhD program, you are also encouraged to apply for additional funding through scholarships (see list below)