The tasks carried out by the 91 institutions in the Leibniz Association are just as diverse as the institutes themselves. 18,700 staff are employed in research, IT services, libraries and administration. Why don’t you join Leibniz, too?
3,800 doctoral candidates work at Leibniz institutions. In addition to the support they receive at individual institutions, the Leibniz Association has also implemented overarching structures to promote junior researchers.
Researchers working in Leibniz Institutes collaborate with academic partners worldwide; the institutes themselves are globally active. The Leibniz Institutes, Leibniz Research Alliances and Leibniz ScienceCampi independently select their international collaboration partners. The Leibniz Association is also actively engaged in attracting the best researchers around the world to work in and with Leibniz Institutes.
The “Research in Germany” portal is an information platform and contact point for all looking to find out more about Germany's research landscape and its latest research achievements. One key goal of the portal is to provide an overview of the research and funding opportunities in Germany. It also delivers the latest science and research news from Germany and upcoming events. Additionally, practical information supports foreign scientists and researchers in their decision to collaborate with German research organisations or to complete a research stay in Germany.
The DAAD supports over 100,000 German and international students und researchers around the globe each year – making it the world’s largest funding organisation of its kind. The DAAD also promotes internationalisation efforts at German universities, helps developing countries build their own systems of higher education, and supporst German Studies and German language programmes abroad.
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