The Forum Transregionale Studien is a Berlin-based research platform designed to promote research that connects systematic and region-specific questions in a perspective that addresses entanglements and interactions beyond national, cultural, and regional frames.
NetIAS is a Network of 23 European Institutes for Advanced Study.
In 2017, the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study (STIAS) established with the Iso Lomso Fellowship Programme a support programme especially for young African academics from all disciplines.
In memory of Gerard Mortier, the innovative opera director who died in 2014, a European promotion prize for young talents was created. It will be awarded to young talents that engage in musical theater as a modern art form.
Gemeinsam mit 10 anderen Instituten aus dem NetIAS-Kreis betreibt das Wissenschaftskolleg das Programm Constructive Advanced Thinking.
Each year, the John Maynard Smith Prize is awarded to an outstanding young researcher in the field of evolutionary biology
The Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin and the Atlantisz publishing house in Budapest, which is directed by the philosopher and former Wiko-Fellow Tamás Miklós (2013/2014) plans to publish a series of books in the humanities.
is a network of currently eight Institutes for Advanced Study in Europe and North -Amerika.
In the 1990ies, the Wissenschaftskolleg supported various initiatives of former fellows to set up Institutes for Advanced Study in Eastern Europe. Later, other initiatives followed in other parts of the world. Today, these institutions are among the most important partners of the Wissenschaftskolleg.
In the past, the Wissenschaftskolleg took part in many initiatives and cooperations.