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Doctoral candidates joining the Solar System School are offered attractive funding, clear prospects and optimal career conditions. IMPRS-funded students receive a three-year doctoral support contract at 65% pay level. Additional funds are available for travel to international conferences. Following their PhD period, graduates are offered postdoc wrap-up funding.