Candidates should hold a Master's (or equivalent) degree in life sciences, mathematics, computer science, statistics, physics or related fields. Students receiving their Master's degree before October 2018 are also eligible.
The official language of the IMPRS-GS is English.
Criteria for admission will include academic skills and experience, motivation and commitment, communication skills, knowledge of the English language, as well as a broader view and creativity.
The application tool is available from January 9 until March 1, 2018.
Complete application will include:
- online registration, with pdf documents to be uploaded
- a statement from two referees
(1.) During online application, you will be asked to enter information regarding your current and permanent address, your education (recent and previous enrollment) and academic background, language proficiency, honors, awards, and scientific motivation. You should also indicate up to five faculty members of the IMPRS-GS as potential supervisors. A list of faculty offering position is available (recruitment faculty). It is possible to interrupt entering information during the online application process and login at another time point (before March 1, 2018).
(2.) You will be asked to add information or upload all your documents as single pdf file.
(3.) The registration requires the address of two referees for recommendation. The referees will be contacted and be asked to answer a questionnaire online. Please make sure that the referees know about the issue.
Please note that your application will only be further processed AFTER your online application. Documents sent before the online application is opened, cannot be considered.
The Max Planck Society, the University of Göttingen and the University Medical Center are committed to increasing the number of individuals with disabilities in their workforce and therefore encourage applications from such qualified individuals.