Individual Grants Programmes – A How-To Guide
Would you like to find out more about DFG funding opportunities? Do you need tips on how to submit a proposal? Here you will find information on individual funding, i.e. funding programmes for individual projects or persons, as well as tips on how to compile your proposal.
The information focuses on the following four programmes: Walter Benjamin Programme, Emmy Noether Programme, Heisenberg Programme and Individual Research Grants Programme. Much of the information and advice also applies to other DFG programmes, however.
Individual funding offered by the DFG
Interner LinkWhat is the DFG? And who or what does the DFG provide funding for?
Finding the right funding programme
Interner LinkWhich funding programme is suitable for me? How do the programmes differ? Comparison.
Arriving at a decision
Interner LinkAfter submission: What steps are taken to decide on your proposal?
Approval or rejection – what now?
Interner LinkWhen and how will I be informed of the decision? And what happens after that?
Are you looking for a different funding programme?
In addition to this section on individual funding, there are a wide range of other funding opportunities offered by the DFG. For a complete overview of Interner Linkall DFG programmes, see here.