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The Max Planck School of Cognition is a fully-funded graduate school with a renowned network of researchers in Germany (and beyond) from various universities, Max Planck Institutes and other research institutions!
We offer you a doctoral program with:
• an initial orientation year including eLearning and lab rotations
• Cognition Academies throughout the program with teachings and soft-skill trainings
• cutting edge research topics in the overall field of cognition
You can apply with a Bachelor's (fast-track) or Master's degree. Find out what you need to submit for an application with us here.
Find answers to many questions about our program and the application process in our FAQ section. We also offer guidance to our applicants through the Applicant Support Program (via the application portal)
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