Life after PRA
European Reintegration Grants (ERG):  Handbook

Marie Curie general program:  Website

Fulbright grants:  Website


Opportunities in the UK
(last updated: 26 July 2004):

- General job search for academia:
- Probably the most comprehensive website is jobs.ac.ukWebsite
- Higher Education & Research Opportunities in the UK:  Website
- Opportunities in the UK collected at the University of Glasgow:  Website 

- Newspapers:
- The Guardian Higher Education:  Website
- The Times Higher Education:  Website 
- The Independent:  Website


Opportunities in Germany
(last updated: 23 July 2004):


- General job search for academia:
- Most jobs are posted (if they are posted) in the weekly newspaper "Die Zeit": http://www.zeit.de/ (go to "Jobs").
- There is also a special site for psychologist (not only academia): http://www.hogrefe.de/PsychJob/
- German Academic Exchange Service: http://www.daad.de/deutschland/en/

- Humboldt foundation: Gives grants to researchers from overseas to visit Germany and for german scientists to visit researchers who visited Germany via the Humboldt foundation. http://www.avh.de/

- Emmy Noether program of DFG: Gives grants up to 6 years for german scientists to first visit another country and then to return to Germany and build a research group: http://www.dfg.de/forschungsfoerderung/nachwuchsfoerderung/emmy_noether/

- Max-Planck Institutes: Might be searching for post-docs. Might be worth to have a look at different institutes. General pages of Max-Planck society are:
http://www.mpg.de
http://www.mpg.de/arbeitenMPG/stellenangebote/extern/index.html
The most interesting institutes for our kids might be:
Tuebingen: http://www.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/
Muenchen/Leipzig: http://www.cbs.mpg.de/
Frankfurt: http://www.mpih-frankfurt.mpg.de/global/index.htm


Thanks to:

Janet Hampson,  Volker Franz,  Pili Aivar,  Bettina Friedrich,  Marc Becirspahic