DAAD Scholarships (The German Academic Exchange Service) is now providing scholarships for determined, foreign students. They are offering post-graduate Development-related courses at a number of German Universities. DAAD looks forward to gather highly-determined students from developing countries in order to further polish them.
All German Universities offering Development-related courses for post-graduates are considered.
FIELD(S) OF STUDY:
DAAD offers a wide range of courses for Post-graduates:
- Masters or PhD courses in Economic Sciences/Business Administration/Political Economics.
- Masters or PhD courses in Development Cooperation.
- Masters or PhD courses in Engineering and Related Sciences.
- Masters or PhD courses in Mathematics, Regional and Urban Planning.
- Masters or PhD courses in Agricultural and Forest Sciences.
- Masters or PhD courses in Natural and Environmental Sciences, Medicine and Public Health.
- Masters or PhD courses in Social Sciences, Education and Law.
- Masters or PhD courses Media Studies.
- Check out all courses through: Link
NUMBER OF SCHOLARSHIPS:
DAAD offers limited number of scholarships.
DAAD is looking for young determined students from developing countries. Students must be post-graduates and must fulfill the requirements.
The details, duration and value of scholarships are as follows:
- Graduates will be paid 750 euros, monthly. Whereas, 1000 euros for medical applicants.
- DAAD will pay towards health, accident or any personal accountability of it’s applicants
- DAAD will pay it’s applicants travel allowance.
- Scholarship duration for PhD is 36 months, and 12-24 months for non-PhD courses(also depending one’s institution)
Applicants reaching to the following requirements are eligible for the respective scholarships in Germany:
- The applicant’s degree must not be old than 6 years.
- The applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in the related subject.
- Applicant must hold an academic degree with more than average results, and professional experience of at least two years after the first degree(Bachelor).
- Applicant should be an employer of a private company or for a public authority of a Developing Country.
- Applicant should have experience of planning or working for projects related to developing policies, having a hold on either technological, economic or social areas.
- For courses in German (scholarship includes a 6-month German language course): DSH 2 or TestDaF 4 at the beginning of the study course; a German language level of A2 is required at the time of application. In addition, German language prowess at B1 level are highly recommended.
- For courses in English : IELTS (Band 6) certificate or TOEFL (minimum score: 550 paper based, 213 computer based, 80 internet based) is highly recommended.
DAAD wouldn’t treat applicants applying after Aug-October 2017
HOW TO APPLY?
It is suggested for the applicants to give the respective course websites a look for the application procedure, the application deadline, and the documents to be submitted before the Deadline mentioned above.