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The 2014/2015 DAAD scholarships for Developing Countries Students to Study in Germany

The 2014/2015 DAAD scholarships for Developing Countries Students to Study in GermanyThe general closing dates for applications are as follows:

  • German Embassy/DAAD Regional Office: 31st July
  • DAAD in Bonn: 31st August
  • University: 30th September or 15th October

The DAAD scholarship aims to fund and support foreign students, graduates, doctoral students, and young and early-stage researchers from developing countries who wish to study selected courses in a German university. The Scholarship Covers any of the following:

  • Postgraduate courses for professionals from developing countries at German institutions of Higher education
  • Duration: 12-24 months, depending on the particular institution
  • Internationally recognised Master’s degree
  • Includes German Universities and “Fachhochschulen” (Universities of Applied Science)
  • Support of selected programmes with a variety of full or partial scholarships
  • Funded by the BMZ (Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development) but admission is also open to self-financed participants or students financed through government or other sources
  • Academic year 2014/2015

Prerequisites and Requirements

1. Prerequisites and Requirements Selection criteria and procedures for DAAD scholarship recipients ensure that

  • priority target candidates have proven, development-related motivation and can be expected to make full use of their scholarship and education by taking on social responsibility later in their careers, acting as agents of change who stimulate and support development in their personal and professional surroundings (motivation, commitment to development),
  • the candidates have the professional and academic qualifications necessary to ensure successful completion of the degree programme in Germany (final scores on previous academic examinations, language skills),
  • women and candidates from disadvantaged groups who meet the required academic and professional standards and show proven commitment to development-related issues are especially targeted for programme admission.
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FAQ

Tony
International student, and a bit worried?

As an Egyptian undergraduate student, would Spain or Germany be a good place for me? I'm talking in terms or racism, safety, fair job opportunities, etc. No offence intended!

It is my first time to live abroad alone and I'm a little bit worried. Oh, also which city should I live in? I'm a night owl! :D I'm considering Madrid if I move to Spain, and Berlin if I move to Germany. But I read couple of Y!A posts regarding living in Berlin and some said that it is not a good choice.

And I'm agnostic atheist. Just for the whole religion conflict BS!

Germany would be better.

How are the living expenses in Germany?

An international student, besides the education expenses, will have to meet the monthly living expenses. This expense can be around 630 euros on average. One third of this is spent on house rent. This differs according to the place where you live

Can I work while am studying?

Earning money and studying at the same time is a part of everyday reality for many students in Germany. However, international students who do not come from EU or EEA countries are only allowed to work to a limited extent in Germany. In…

ikram_jabir
Is there any primary Germany school in Dubai ?

We will travle to live in Dubai , as we live now in Germany , I like to send my little girle to a Germany school in Dubai also .
Please help me and if it possible provide me the address .

Apparantly there are not German schools in Dubai, but in Sharjah. Sharjah is Norteast of Dubai in the UAE. It does not appear to be a long drive. (About 21 kilometers)

SHARJAH GERMAN SCHOOL
Headmaster : Mr.Ohlemacher
Deutsche Schule Sharjah
P.O.Box 1465, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Tel : +971 (6) 5676014 Fax : +971 (6) 5662118
E-mail: dssharjh@emirates.net.ae
School hours : 8 am to 12.30 /1.15 pm
Location : Halwan, behind Fine Fair Complex & Sharjah Television
Bus service. No uniform.

Established in 1976, the German School Sharjah is a German Foreign School…

Anty
UK, Germany, or France -- which one do you recommend?

I would really love to study and live abroad. I'm from Chicago, Illinois, USA. I'm not sure if I want to go to the UK, Germany, or France. Which has better educational opportunities? What are the pros and cons of the three? Generally speaking, how are the people's attitudes toward foreigners? Any information, or personal experiences will be nice.

PS I speak German (intermediate level) and I'm learning French.

It depends largely on this: do you want to do a one-year (or one-semester) exchange or do your full education abroad? If you're simply looking for an exchange, I'd look at the specific programs (there are a LOT) and distinguish between those.

If you're an adventurous spirit and wish to foray into some seriously new waters (I'm one of those myself; I'm doing my Bachelor's in Germany, at Heidelberg)...I'm not familiar with France's system and only marginally with British higher education. BUT I can give you a complete rundown of Germany:
Tuition is incredible, anywhere between zero…

nlv
UK fails to make top 10 prosperous nations, another legacy of this Labour government?

Britain has failed to make the world’s top 10 of successful countries because of poor education and over regulation in an international survey of wealth and happiness

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/6438706/UK--fails-to-make-top-10-prosperous-nations.html
I can't get over the "poor education" bit since B-liar repeated the word education so many times and all the tax payer money that has obviously been wasted in that area!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/vote_2005/frontpage/4430511.stm
Foxy why do you think I have my Finnish Citizenship now!

1.Finland
For the…

This isn't a league table of prosperity, as you say it's a table of international wealth and happiness. I can understand how wealth can be measured but happiness? How much happiness do I have? I have no idea.

I share some of your anxieties about what the Labour government's achieved in the education field, it does seem that we're knocking out a generation of sports coaches and creative artists who'll find it hard to make a living. On the plus side though schools do look very smart from the outside compared to when i went so some of the tax money has been spent on doing them up and…

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