In 2022, the Wittenberg Center for Reformation Studies has begun offering programs that immerse participants in the story of the Reformation and show its relevance for the church and society today. Its principal summer program is the Wittenberg Fellows Program, an all-expense-paid summer course for ten students of history and theology; in addition, two Research Fellows are appointed to pursue their own writing projects related to the Reformation. The Student Fellows visit original sites, explore and discuss important sources, become familiar with the practices of German Reformation research, and personally engage with distinguished Reformation scholars. Thus, the Center offers unique access to the Wittenberg story that changed the course of history.

Leucorea (Wittenberg University)

Student Fellows who participate in a course of the Wittenberg Center for Reformation Studies receive a ‘Study Grant’ in connection with the course and are invited to apply for a ‘Research Grant’ within three years after the course. With the ‘Research Grant’, the Wittenberg Center for Reformation Studies supports the academic research of the Student Fellows with up to 1,500 €. The application form can be found here:

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