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BayCHINA mobility grant for scientific writing

Advanced students and graduates have the opportunity to apply for mobility aid in the form of travel and subsistence grants for research stays in China. The primary objective is to support scientific theses (Diploma, Bachelor, Master or PhD) . Award criteria are academic performance, the quality and feasibility of the research project, an opinion of the scientific supervisor and the duration of studies. Applications may be submitted any time, but you should apply in time, so that a decision can still be ensured prior to the voyage envisaged. Not eligible are projects that have already started or that are already completed .

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