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Web Session: Masters in Germany – Pranali shares her Experience

October 4, 2022, 3:00 PM to October 4, 2022, 4:00 PM

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Web Session: PhD in Germany – Amanpreet and Narender share their Experience

October 6, 2022, 3:00 PM to October 6, 2022, 4:00 PM

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Web Session: Bachelors in Germany – Nisal shares his Experience

October 11, 2022, 3:00 PM to October 11, 2022, 4:00 PM

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Web Session: Studying at TH Rosenheim

October 12, 2022, 3:00 PM to October 12, 2022, 4:00 PM

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Web Q&A: Masters in Germany

October 18, 2022, 3:00 PM to October 18, 2022, 4:00 PM

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Web Q&A: PhD in Germany

October 20, 2022, 3:00 PM to October 20, 2022, 4:00 PM

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Web Q&A: Bachelors in Germany

October 27, 2022, 3:00 PM to October 27, 2022, 4:00 PM

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Study and Research

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Studying in Germany

Germany has many different kinds of universities that offers Bachelors, Master, PhD and more - all in excellent quality. But with so many to choose from, it's not always easy to navigate your way through the university landscape. Help is right here for you!

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Cooperation Programmes and Funding - South Asia

Get to know various funding schemes for the South Asian region that the DAAD offers or is involved in, of course in the sphere of higher education and research. Also learn about various DAAD activities to connect universities and some good practice examples.

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German Studies

There are many reasons for learning and studying the German language: better career prospects, a desired study or research stay in Germany, as well as cultural, political or economic interests. If you are a student or teacher of German studies, then this is the page for you!

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DAAD Alumni South Asia

The DAAD would like to keep in touch with you even after your funding period has ended. This longstanding relationship between you and the DAAD expands in the form of a strong network over the South Asian region – India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.

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Bachelor Studies

Germany is renowned for the excellent quality of education it provides. A bachelor's degree comes right after higher secondary and as a number of different examination boards come in play at this stage, a close look at eligibility for a German bachelor's programme assumes importance.

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Master Studies

Every year, thousands of international students choose to do their Master's in Germany. There are very good reasons for this. These include among others International Programmes taught in English, excellent quality of education, no tuition fees, promising career opportunities and above all the vibrant social and cultural milieu.

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PhD Studies

Germany’s higher education institutions enjoy an excellent reputation. Teaching and research provide key impulses for innovation and progress. The German doctorate enjoys an outstanding reputation in all disciplines.

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News

„Resilient Societies“ was the topic of the ECR Symposium that was organised by the DAAD together with the Max Weber Forum and the M.S. Merian – R. Tagore International Centre of Advanced Studies. It took place from 6-8 Sep. 2022 for young researchers in the field of HSS.

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Are you a German Studies student interested in linguistics? The workshop introduces the basics of cognitive linguistics in a playful way. No prerequisites other than curiosity! Join DAAD-lecturer Michael on Sat, 17 September.

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Join the Alumni for SDG 2022 with insightful discussions on SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production.

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To further strengthen cooperation on scientific and academic research between Germany and Sri Lanka, the DAAD and the NSF announce Joint Mobility Program for Project-Related Personal Exchange.

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  • DAAD Young Ambassadors

    Young Ambassadors are students who have studied or carried out research at a university or a research centre in Germany and are interested in promoting Germany as a destination for higher learning.

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  • DAAD Research Ambassadors

    DAAD has an extensive network of Research Ambassadors spread over India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. They have been involved in advanced research projects in Germany and are interested in promoting research in Germany among peers and students.

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    Stay up to date on DAAD's activities in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka - from news about scholarship programs to opportunities for study and research in Germany.

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International Study Programmes at Fulda University of Applied Sciences

Study international Bachelor’s or Master’s programmes in Engineering, Business, Nutrition, Health or Humanities with a focus on practice-oriented learning.

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Hands-on Master’s programs at Hof University Graduate School

You hold a Bachelor and already gained some work experience? Kick-start your career with our exciting hands-on M.B.A. and M.Eng. programs. All programs comprise an internship – a great opportunity to ...

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Study in Berlin - MBA & International Master’s Programmes

Study management in English. Improve your leadership skills. Gain digital know-how. Become part of an international student body. Benefit from many corporate activities, valuable career consultation a...

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Discover the top-ranked International Graduate Programs at Technische ...

19 International Master & PhD Programs at Technische Universität Kaiserslautern Application Deadline: Apr 30 & Oct 31 More information: www.uni-kl.de/en/international

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German News Service

Methane: What's the big deal?

Methane: What's the big deal?

Methane leaking from pipelines on the floor of the Baltic Sea are only the tip of the iceberg: Scientists have reported that methane emissions from the oil and gas industry are far worse than previously thought.

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Water scarcity triggers fierce competition — also in Germany

Water scarcity triggers fierce competition — also in Germany

Climate change threatens to dry up the planet and the global water crisis sees the competition for water becoming ever more fierce. Conflicts over the scarce commodity are increasing everywhere. Even in Germany.

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Hydrogen: What's the big deal?

Hydrogen: What's the big deal?

Hydrogen has been hyped as key to a global energy transition. After a slow start, it has received a boost from a Canada-Germany deal. So what does the future hold for the low-carbon fuel?

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Life after weightlessness

Life after weightlessness

Astronaut Matthias Maurer recently returned to Earth after spending almost half a year in space. Extraterrestrial stays can put a lot of strain on the human body. DW Reporter Lea Albrecht met up with him and asked: Has weightless life left its mark?

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Tips for mindfulness exercises

Tips for mindfulness exercises

City life is often hectic. With Martin Schmid's mindfulness exercises you can avoid stress and find calm. Even when you are waiting at the traffic lights.

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Germany reports its first case of monkeypox in a child

Germany reports its first case of monkeypox in a child

It may be Germany's first case but evidence from other countries shows monkeypox can be worse for children than adults. And there's lots more we don't know.

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