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Graduate Campus Grants

GRC Grants provide junior researchers with the means for funding activities with a funding volume between CHF 4'000 and 10'000. The activities are to be self-initiated and organized together by PhD candidates and/or postdoctoral researchers, and are aiming to promote networking and academic interaction within the University of Zurich as well as with the scientific community at large and thereby broaden the academic horizon of the junior researchers. More...

Graduate Campus Short Grants

GRC Short Grants provide junior researchers with the means for funding activities with a funding volume up to CHF 4'000. The activities are to be self-initiated and organized together by PhD candidates and/or postdoctoral researchers, and are aiming to promote networking and academic interaction within the University of Zurich as well as with the scientific community at large and thereby broaden the academic horizon of the junior researchers. More...

GRC Travel Grants

Graduate Campus supports through the GRC Travel Grants short research stays at universities or other research institutes, archive or library research, field studies, excavations and similar activities and participation at summer/winter schools.  The duration of the stay (abroad) comprises a minimum of two weeks to a maximum of two monthsMore...

Graduate Campus Peer Mentoring Grants

The Graduate Campus Peer Mentoring Grants provide junior researchers with the means for funding activities of peer mentoring groups. Peer mentoring is a specific form of career development for non-professorial academics that takes place within a group of aspiring and advances researcher (i.e. peers). The aim of peer mentoring groups is to foster the scientific careers of the group members. More...

Graduate Campus Schools

Through the grants for GRC Summer and Winter Schools, the Graduate Campus is making the means available for the (co-)funding of summer and winter schools which are organized together by multiple doctoral programs or advisors of doctoral candidates at UZH. The thematic focus of the schools must thereby go beyond a single subject area or discipline and/or faculty. More...

Funds for measures for quality assurance and development at the doctoral level

With these funds the Graduate Campus supports decentralized measures for quality assurance and development at the doctoral level. This contributes to the continual improvement of conditions for junior researchers at UZH. More...

Mercator Awards

With these funds the Graduate Campus supports decentralized measures for quality assurance and development at the doctoral level. This contributes to the continual improvement of conditions for junior researchers at UZH. More...