Two Month Fellowship
The Webster Vienna University (WVPU) offers scholarships to Ukrainian students who meet the following criteria:
⁃ have an average score of at least 3.0 and an in-depth level of English;
⁃ demonstrate strong leadership potential in the cover letter;
⁃ can contribute to making WVPU the best place for students from all over the world.
The scholarship grants 2,000 to 10,000 euros per year, depending on academic performance and financial needs.
New Ukrainian students for the fall of 2022 can request an online scholarship application form at the admissions office or obtain it directly from the Scholarship Coordinator.
Institute of Humanities Vienna
Two Month Fellowship
The IWM is offering 18 new two-month fellowships for outstanding Ukrainian scholars, funded by the City of Vienna.
Fellowships are open to doctoral students as well as established scholars in the humanities and social sciences. Candidates must currently be affiliated with a Ukrainian university or research institution or have received at least one of their academic credentials from one.
Strong preference will be given to candidates who are able to take up the fellowship in July and August 2022.
Preference will be given to candidates who are already located in Vienna.
Selected fellows will be invited to spend two months at the IWM between May and December 2022 (preferably July-August).
Visiting Fellows will receive a stipend of EUR 2,500 per month to cover accommodation, living expenses, health insurance and any incidentals related to their stay in Vienna.
In addition, the IWM provides her/him with office space including access to internet, in-house research and administrative facilities as well as an in-house lunch and other services free of charge.
Visiting Fellows must spend the duration of their fellowship in Vienna.
For further information and application directives please follow the link below.
University of Vienna
The division of Pharmacology & Toxicology at the University of Vienna offers support for Msc and PhD students as well as faculty members. They can provide 3 months of bridging salary in addition to including you in their active research in the context of "systems biology of pain". Therefore, the university could accommodate researchers with interest/knowledge of bioinformatics in general, and in multi-omic data analysis in particular. Both in-person as well as remote work are possible.
Email Professor Manuela Schmidt for further details by copying the link below.
Konrad Lorenz Institute of Ethology
Research Positions (master & post-doctoral)
The Institute wants to integrate researchers from Ukraine in their programme that investigates effects of domestication on animals’ social behaviour, personality, physical and social cognition.
Their lab is based at the Konrad Lorenz Institute of Ethology of the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna.
Fill out the fellowship contact form below, if you wish to apply.
University of Vienna
The Doctoral School for Computer Science (DoCS) at the University of Vienna supports Ukrainian doctoral students in computer science (who are currently enrolled in a Ukrainian university) with 6-month stipends to continue their doctoral studies in Vienna.
If you wish to apply, please email your CV and a brief description of your dissertation topic to the contact below. You will be contacted by the university as soon as possible.
IMC University of Applied Sciences
Lecturer and Professorship Opportunities
IMC University of Applied Sciences (Krems) offers Ukrainian lecturers and researcher teaching opportunities in various fields upon application.
Good English is required.
Please apply via the link below.
Central European University
Free Online or On-site Courses
Central European University (Vienna, Austria) is opening its doors to students from Ukrainian universities whose studies in the social sciences and humanities have been interrupted by the war. In close cooperation with our Departments, CEU will welcome interested students from Ukraine to register and attend courses (online or on-site) in the Spring term for credit, in the hope that this might contribute towards their academic future. CEU will cover all costs associated with the registration process.
Please follow the link below for further information such as the registration process.
Vienna University of Economics and Business
WU is a participant in the MORE initiative of uniko (Austrian University Conference) - an offer of Austrian universities for refugees. The MORE initiative gives refugees prospects for the future, supports them on their educational path and gives them free access to education and the academic community.
The MORE program at WU currently offers 30 study places.
Please follow the link below for further information.
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Research Positions & Stipends
Due to the war in Ukraine, the Austrian Academy of Sciences is offering an emergency call for applications from Ukrainian researchers as part of its academic mobility programme “Joint Excellence in Science and Humanities” (JESH). The aim of the special call JESH-Ukraine is to support Ukrainian scientists who had/have to leave their country in temporarily carrying out a scientific project at an Austrian research institution.
Applications are invited from Ukrainian citizens who have completed their doctorate/PhD studies, and are affiliated as scientists or scholars with a university or non-university research institution in Ukraine.
All institutes and departments at Austrian public universities, at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and at any publicly funded basic research institution in Austria are eligible to act as host institutes for JESH-Ukraine.
JESH-Ukraine covers the cost of living for a research stay of up to a maximum of 4 months (with the possibility of extension). Expenses are paid at a flat rate of EUR 2,700 per fellow per month. Other project-related expenses or overheads are not covered by this fellowship but may be covered by the host institution.
For further information and contacts, please follow the link below.
University of Graz
The Ukrainian Scholars at Risk Fellowships are established to provide Ukrainian academics currently under threat due to the Russian Invasion an academic home during the war and allow them and their families to be in safety and space to continue their work. The fellowships are currently open for researchers in the fields of humanities, law and the fields covered by the overall focus of the Field of Excellence.
The Visiting Fellows will receive a monthly stipend of 1250 € for the duration of 4 months (March - June 2022) and travel costs to Graz (of up to 500 €). The Visiting Fellows will receive workspace, library access and will be able to participate in the activities of the Field of Excellence “Dimensions of Europeanization”, the Faculties, and participating institutes, as well as the Centre for Southeast European Studies.
The university will cover liability and accident insurance, while health insurance needs to be covered by fellows. Fellows will not be employed by the University of Graz.
The fellowship is open to Ukrainian citizens and resident in Ukraine at the time of the invasion or directly affected by the war. Application should include a CV, and a motivation letter. The fellowships can be taken up immediately after being awarded.
Follow the link below for further information and contacts.
Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematics and Physics
The Governing Board of the ESI condemns the war launched by the Russian Federation on the Ukraine and expresses its deep solidarity with the Ukrainian people. In order to support Ukrainian scientists, the ESI has started a special fellowship program for research stays of up to four months. At the ESI, fellows can work on their research projects and interact with scientists of the Faculties of Mathematics and Physics of the University of Vienna.
Stays of up to 4 months at the ESI are possible. The financial support provided by the ESI consists of a daily allowance of 80 EUR for each day of the stay. Fellows will have a working place at the ESI in Vienna with access to the libraries of mathematics and physics of the University of Vienna.
For further information and application directories, please follow the link below.
Fachhochschule St. Pölten, University of Applied Sciences
Free Tuition for Ukrainian Undergraduates and Postgraduates
Fachhochschule St. Pölten, University of Applied Sciences provides free tuition to Ukrainian students.
Bachelor Data Science and Business Analytics;
Master Digital Innovation and Research;
Master Cyber Security and Resilience.
For further information, eligibility criteria and application procedure, please follow the link below.