What is the maximum age of CTET

Standards, guidelines and quality assurance for measures to achieve gender equality in science

Young academics at LMU with child (ren) are entitled to grants for childcare outside of the regular childcare hours. The scholarships are awarded competitively.

Young female academics at LMU with child (ren) (up to the age of 12) are eligible to apply. It is irrelevant whether the young scientist is connected to the LMU via a position or a scholarship.

As part of this scholarship, costs for childcare outside the regular childcare hours are eligible. These include:

Costs for child care in the evening hours (babysitter etc.), for example to take part in a lecture, meeting or event at the university.

Costs for childcare on the weekend or during the holidays (babysitter, emergency mother, etc.), for example to be able to take part in a scientific conference, a congress, a further training event.

Costs for taking children to congresses, meetings, excursions or field research (e.g. for tickets, accommodation or on-site care).

The prerequisite for the assumption of costs for congresses and meetings is a separate scientific contribution (lecture / poster / moderation, etc.). Proof of this must be attached to the application.

A young scientist can apply for a maximum of two scholarships per year with a total amount of a maximum of € 300 (depending on the budget).

A selection committee made up of the University Women's Representative and her deputies will decide on the approval.