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  • Title: New Delhi - DAAD New Delhi
    Descriptive info: .. Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst - Wandel durch Austausch.. New Delhi.. Home.. Calls for Applications.. Science Tour 2014.. Apply now for a one-week journey through Germany s cutting-edge computer science research institutions.. The tour will focus on the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Visual/Multimodal Computing.. The call addresses international researchers and administrators with a keen interest in collaborating with German colleagues.. Application Deadline: 29 September 2013.. More information can be found.. here.. Science Slam at Excellence on Tour! in Ahmedabad.. The German House for Research Innovation (DWIH) in New Delhi is inviting applications from Slammers from all fields of Science/ Humanities/ Social Sciences for a Science Slam to be held on 17 November 2013.. Application Deadline: 7 October 2013.. Application form can be found.. Studying abroad on your mind?.. Being a part of an international, highly-qualified academic community, studying in English medium, no or low tuition fees, unlimited career opportunities.. If that's what you're looking for, then Germany is your destination!.. Cutting-edge research on your mind?.. Doing research in an international vibrant environment, interacting with world-class researchers in state-of-the-art facilities, unlimited career  ...   DAAD Events.. ReDiscover Germany in Chennai - 28 September, Masters in Germany in Pune - 24 September, Group Counselling Hours in Dhaka -.. Important Deadlines.. 1 October 2013 - Application deadline for PhD Scholarships, Sandwich Model Scholarships for PhD Registered.. German University News.. Know more about BSc International Business offered by the EBS Business School at the Reutlingen University!.. DAAD Funded Events.. International Workshop on Advances in PDE Modeling and Computation at IIT Madras; Course on Vegetation Science and Site.. Batch 2013-14.. The DAAD presents the new batch of its Young Ambassadors for the year 2013-14.. Deutsch.. English.. 1.. About DAAD.. Offices.. New Delhi.. 2.. Bangalore.. 3.. Chennai.. 4.. Mumbai.. 5.. Pune.. 6.. Dhaka.. DAAD Lecturers Language Assistants.. Young Ambassadors.. Batch 2012-13.. Research Ambassadors.. Study in Germany.. Bachelor Studies in Germany.. Master Studies in Germany.. PhD in Germany.. Research in Germany.. Scholarships Funding.. For Bangladesh.. For Bhutan.. For India.. For Nepal.. For Sri Lanka.. Information for Germans.. Bangladesh.. Bhutan.. India.. Nepal.. Sri Lanka.. Alumni Network.. 7.. News Events.. DAAD News.. DAAD Newsletters.. 8.. 9.. Downloads.. 10.. Contact.. Bookmark this page.. Print this Page..

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  • Title: - Study in Germany
    Descriptive info: Study in Germany.. Germany s higher education institutions enjoy an excellent reputation.. Teaching and research provide key impulses for innovation and progress.. German universities combine research and studies and have been the scene for ground-breaking discoveries such as the printing press, computer and mp3 that have become an inseparable part of our modern lives.. Every year, thousands of young men and woman from abroad decide to begin or continue studying  ...   most popular places to study and has witnessed a 70% increase in enrolment of Indian students at its universities since the academic year 2008.. There are very good reasons for this, which include among others International degree Programmes (IDP) taught in English medium, excellent quality of education, low or no tuition fees, career opportunities after graduation and above all social security.. Pick your level of study:.. -.. Bachelor.. Master.. PhD..

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  • Title: - Research in Germany
    Descriptive info: Research in Germany.. Science and research in Germany are characterised by a distinguished infrastructure, a wide variety of disciplines, well-equipped research facilities and competent staff.. Germany offers various career opportunities for international PhD students and researchers.. The German Research Landscape.. Learn about the unique network of university and non-university research organisations which Germany has to offer.. Get an excellent overview of the german research landscape.. Read more.. here!.. German Funding Programmes for Scientists and Researchers.. Overview of selected funding programmes run  ...   to international students, graduates, junior and senior researchers interested in a research stay in Germany.. Download the brochure.. Preparing your Research Stay.. Short FAQ brochure with key questions and answers on preparing research stays in Germany: The answers provide you with some practical tips and information to help prepare your research stay in Germany.. Additionally, the booklet contains helpful links to websites where you can find the latest information on visa regulations, health insurance questions, the funding organisations and much more.. here!..

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  • Title: - Scholarships & Funding
    Descriptive info: Scholarships Funding.. Scholarships & Funding.. DAAD has a diverse range of funding possibilities.. These include scholarships for individuals, covering students, graduates, post-graduates, doctoral scholars, academicians, as well as funding for cooperation/project based programmes.. Information about scholarships and funding programmes is available here:.. For Bangladesh.. Besides the DAAD, a number of organisations provide funding for study and  ...   as well as other selected organisations can be found.. German universities too have their own scholarships that they advertise on their websites as and when available.. When applying for a PhD position or a research grant in Germany one is usually asked to submit a research proposal.. Here are a few recommendations for.. writing a research proposal..

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  • Title: - Bachelor Studies in Germany
    Descriptive info: Bachelor Studies in Germany.. What is the German university system like?.. There are mainly two types of institutions of higher education in Germany:.. Universities (including Universities of Technology, abbr.. TU).. are research-oriented and offer a wide variety of subjects.. These can award doctorate degrees.. Universities of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschulen, abbr.. FH).. , on the other hand, are practice-oriented and offer courses mainly in engineering, business administration, social sciences and design.. These have strong links to the industry and offer possibilities like joint supervision of the professor and a company for a master thesis.. Fachhochschulen do not award doctorate degrees, however as a master degree holder from a Fachhochschule, one is in principle eligible to apply for a doctoral position at a University.. Your interest and inclination should define which of the two kinds of institutions you choose!.. Which is the best university in Germany?.. The German answer to this question is: There is no "best university", neither in one subject and certainly not across all subjects.. What Germany offers instead is a.. multidimensional ranking.. , considering various criteria like student and staff judgments on quality of teaching, atmosphere at the university, library and other equipment, student numbers, average study duration, number of graduations, third party funding etc.. Several tables based on these considerations give you a detailed picture of the strengths and weaknesses of each university on.. DAAD-CHE Ranking.. Here you can find your programme by selecting a subject, a university or even a city in Germany!.. What kind of bachelor programmes does Germany offer?.. There is wide range of study programmes with.. as the sole or primary medium of instruction, called.. International Degree Programmes.. (IDPs).. A database of such programmes is available.. German.. as medium of instruction.. A comprehensive database of all study programme in Germany is available.. Am I eligible to apply for a bachelor degree course?.. In Germany, every university is autonomous.. This means that every university / study programme has its own set of criteria for admitting students.. So please check the university website, and specifically the programme you are interested in to find out the exact admission requirements.. Universities will ask for very good German language skills in case you want to take up a programme / Studienkolleg in German medium.. In such case, your knowledge of German needs to be certified through examinations like the.. TestDaF.. In principle you are eligible to apply for a bachelor programme if you fulfill one of the following criteria:.. Successfully completing the first year of a bachelor programme from a recognized university in India in the relevant subject field.. Successfully clearing the IIT Joint Entrance Examination for admission to courses in technology and natural sciences.. Passing the qualification assessment examination in Germany, called Feststellungsprüfung.. The.. Feststellungsprüfung.. is an examination conducted by universities that assesses your proficiency in subjects that are crucial to your chosen degree programme and also in German language.. A foundation course (.. Studienkolleg.. ) in Germany can help you prepare for this examination.. This is a full-time course with about 32 hours of instruction per week and usually takes upto two semesters to complete.. The two components of the course are German language and subjects relevant to the study programme you want  ...   then 15 Euro for every additional university.. Member universities of UNI-ASSIST often do not entertain direct applications.. So please check well before you send in your papers.. If you have chosen a university that is not a member of UNI-ASSIST, send your application directly.. Application forms and other relevant material can be downloaded from the internet.. Make sure you have a valid passport!.. Step 4.. Apply for a student visa as soon as you have the admission letter, as the procedure can take around two months.. The German Embassy and the Consulates require proof of funding for the first year of studies.. To find out where you should apply for a visa, visit the website of the German Embassy in country.. Apply for a place in a hostel.. In some cases the International Office (Akademisches Auslandsamt) of the university will help you.. Step 5.. Arrive in Germany at least a week before your course begins.. Contact the International Office (Akademisches Auslandsamt) of your university for guidance.. Step 6.. Get your residence permit within the first three months of your stay in Germany from the Foreigners' Registration Office (Ausländeramt).. Here we would like to reiterate that you should necessarily check the website of the chosen university or contact it for the exact programme / Studienkolleg details.. What kind of budget should I have in my mind?.. In Germany, education is subsidized by the state and therefore most of the institutions of higher education charge.. no or very little tuition fee.. to the tune of 500 Euro per semester.. Thus, in Germany virtually every student gets a scholarship! However, you will need to pay.. semester contribution.. ranging from Euro 50 to 250, depending upon the university and the services or benefits included.. For certain special courses you may need to pay higher tuition fees.. Apart from the tuition / semester fees you will require.. about Euro 740 per month for subsistence.. i.. e.. housing, food, clothing, study material and other expenses such as health insurance and leisure activities.. This amount can vary from city to city, and of course from lifestyle to lifestyle!.. Are there any scholarships available?.. Funding in Germany is available in principle for research and in some cases at the master level.. To get a comprehensive overview of various funding possibilities,.. click here.. Also check.. for current offers by DAAD.. Can I work in Germany as a student and later as a professional?.. As an international student, you are permitted to work for 120 full days or 240 half days in a year.. This will help you in getting a bit of extra pocket-money! After completing your degree in Germany, you can stay on in the country for.. up to 1.. 5 years to look for a job that is in keeping with your education.. Once you find a job, the residence permit issued to you for the purpose of studying, can be converted into a residence permit for taking gainful employment.. Germany has always had a very strong industry-academia linkage.. A lot of scientific research is funded by the industry as well.. During your studies you can get the opportunity to do internships with German companies, which can open new vistas for your professional career..

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  • Title: - Master Studies in Germany
    Descriptive info: Master Studies in Germany.. There are mainly two types of institutions of higher education in Germany.. Fachhochschulen do not award doctorate degrees, however as a master degree holder from a Fachhochschule, one is in principle eligible to apply for PhD at a university.. What Germany offers instead is a.. What kind of master programmes does Germany offer?.. Am I eligible to apply for a masters degree course?.. So please check the university website, and specifically the programe you are interested in to find out the exact admission requirements.. Some generalisation is, however, possible and one can say that as a bachelor degree holder from India, your degree is treated at par with a German bachelor degree and most universities will consider you eligible for masters provided you fulfill other criteria.. Some universities may ask for your TOEFL/IELTS/GRE/GMAT scores, depending upon the subject you choose to study.. For example, GMAT may be asked for if you want to study economics or law.. Universities will ask for very good German language skills in case you want to take up a programme in German medium.. or DSH.. How do I go about applying?.. January - March.. Check the application deadline for courses chosen!.. March - June.. Accordingly, send your application either to the university or  ...   we would like to reiterate that you should necessarily check the website of / contact the chosen university for exact course details.. Do I need to know German?.. As you have already read, Germany offers numerous International Degree Programmes (IDPs) with English as the sole or primary medium of instruction.. But as a student in Germany, your life will not be limited to the university campus.. You will surely want to interact with people, travel through the country-side and make the best of your time there.. This is where knowledge of German will present a great advantage! Universities offer beginner and well as advanced level courses where you can learn German.. But you can start learning the language while you are still in your home country at the.. Goethe-Institut (Max Mueller Bhavan) / Goethe-Zentrum.. What kind of budget should I have in my mind?.. Thus, in Germany virtually every student gets a scholarship! However, you will need to pay.. semester contribution.. ranging from Euro 50 to 250, depending upon the university and the services or benefits provided.. For certain special courses you may need to pay higher fees.. Apart from the tuition fees, if any, you will require.. about Euro 740 per month for subsistence.. Are there any scholarships available?.. Check.. Scholarship Funding..

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  • Title: - PhD in Germany
    Descriptive info: PhD in Germany.. The German doctorate enjoys an outstanding reputation in all disciplines, with the country producing about 25,000 doctorates every year.. The number of foreign students registering themselves for a PhD has more than doubled in the last 12 years to just over 18,000.. What is the German university system like?.. There are mainly two types of institutions of higher education in Germany:.. Universities of Applied Sciences.. (Fachhochschulen, abbr.. FH), on the other hand, are practice-oriented and offer courses mainly in engineering, business administration, social sciences and design.. These have strong links to the industry and offer possibilities like joint supervision of the professor and a company for a master thesis, but do not award doctorate degrees.. As a master degree holder from a Fachhochschule, one is in principle eligible to apply for a doctoral position at a University.. Where can I do my doctorate?.. If you have set your mind on a PhD in Germany, you can consider two approaches: the traditional approach and the structured doctoral programmes.. The.. traditional approach.. involves identifying a supervisor (Doktorvater / Doktormutter) at a German University who is willing to guide your research.. This system offers a lot of freedom with no compulsory attendance, deadlines or curriculum, but calls for a great deal of personal initiative right from identifying a topic in your research field.. This kind of doctorate takes about 3-5 years to complete.. Structured doctoral programmes.. are internationally oriented, conducted largely in English and are comparable to PhD programmes offered in English-speaking countries.. Here supervision is carried out by several university teachers.. These programmes lead to a PhD in about three years.. Doctoral programmes at Universities.. Graduate schools at Universities.. Research Training Groups coordinated by the German Research Foundation (DFG).. International Max Planck Research Schools.. There are over 600 structured programmes in Germany:.. Which is the best university in Germany?.. Am I eligible to apply for a PhD?.. Some generalisation is, however, possible and one can say that as a Master degree holder from India, your degree is treated at par with a German Master or Magister degree and most universities will consider you eligible for their doctoral programmes provided you fulfill other criteria.. In some cases, a further examination to assess the eligibility will be required.. Some universities may ask for the proof of your English language proficiency in form of TOEFL or IELTS scores, while most universities will ask for very good German language skills in case you have to write your thesis in German.. In such cases, your knowledge of German needs to be certified through examinations like the.. Step 1.. Decide which field of research you want to pursue and shortlist potential universities and professors if you want to follow the traditional approach or the appropriate structured doctoral programme.. A good place to start is.. www.. daad.. de esearch-explorer.. An online portal.. phdgermany.. de.. where German universities can advertise openings for doctoral  ...   year of studies.. To find out where you should apply for a visa, visit the website of the Germany Embassy in your country.. Contact the.. International Office.. (Akademisches Auslandsamt) of your university for guidance.. Step 6.. Get your residence permit within the first three months of your stay in Germany from the.. Foreigners' Registration Office.. (Auslaenderamt).. Do I need to know German?.. As you have already seen, Germany offers numerous PhD programmes with English as the sole or primary medium of instruction and the language for your thesis.. This is where knowledge of German will present a great advantage!.. Universities offer beginner and well as advanced level courses where you can learn German.. But you can start learning the language while you are still in your home country at a.. How can I finance my doctorate?.. If you are participating in a structured doctoral programme and doing your doctorate at a graduate school, research centre or research training group, the issue of funding is usually resolved with you either working as a research assistant or receiving a scholarship of about Euro 1,000 per month.. If you are pursuing your doctorate on the basis of the traditional approach, you can apply for a job as a research assistant, if there is vacancy.. Working as a research/doctoral assistant involves collaboration in research/teaching and doing administrative work in addition to completing the dissertation.. Non-university institutions like Fraunhofer Institutes and also some companies offer doctoral candidates employment and / or fund their doctoral dissertations.. The DAAD offers the most extensive scholarship programme.. It supported 2,580 international doctoral candidates in 2008.. Also a number of foundations support international candidates approved for the doctoral process.. A database of scholarships offered by various German organizations can be found at.. funding-guide.. What is a DAAD Scholarship like and how can I apply for it?.. Collect general information about DAAD scholarships.. Thoroughly check the eligibility criteria.. Once you have the letter of acceptance from your supervisor/admission letter from your university, check.. for current offers by DAAD and application details.. The application deadline is 1st October of the current year for a PhD beginning in the next year.. If your application gets shortlisted, you will be invited for a personal interview at the DAAD Regional Office New Delhi around end of November.. If you clear the interview, you have to attend a mandatory German language course, which is a necessary and important part of your scholarship.. Step 5.. After the successful completion of your language course in Germany, your PhD will begin in October.. In Germany, a doctorate is a prerequisite for a career in research or higher education.. Your options include:.. Teaching/Research Assistantships.. Postdoc Positions.. Research Positions in Industry.. The portal.. academics.. com.. has Germany's biggest online job market for researchers.. There are also scholarships for Postdocs offered by the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation (.. avh.. ) and other organizations.. For more information log on to:.. research-in-germany..

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  • Title: - For Bangladesh
    Descriptive info: DAAD funding schemes on offer:.. For Bangladeshi.. Students.. ,.. Graduates Doctoral Students.. Post Docs, Academicians Senior Scientists.. and.. Alumni.. For German.. Academicians.. For.. Project Cooperation based Programmes.. For Bangladeshi Students.. Study Visits for Groups of Foreign Students to Germany.. University teacher/faculty can apply for a visit to Germany for 7-12 days with a group of minimum 10 and maximum 15 students who are in their second or higher semester of their degree programme.. The programme is opened to all subject fields.. Application Deadlines:.. 1 February for trips to begin after 1 June.. 1 May for trips to begin after 1 September.. 1 November for trips to begin after 1 March.. Announcement.. Important information.. Back to top.. For Bangladeshi Graduates Doctoral Students.. Postgraduate Courses with Relevance to Developing Countries.. Graduate degree holders can apply for a master s degree course in select subject areas at one of the select German universities.. Application Deadline: 31 July.. List of programmes.. Format for recommendation letter.. Application form.. Masters' Scholarships in Public Policy Good Governance.. Graduate degree holders from any stream can apply for master s course at one of the selected German Universities with the following focus areas: Public Policy, Good Governance, International Relations, Public Management, Administration, Civil Society.. Online application.. Conflict Studies and Management Programme (CSMP) at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy in Erfurt.. Graduate and post-graduate degree holders from any stream can apply for a master s and PhD degree respectively in areas that may include: : Regional security (especially developing frameworks for regional security architectures), terrorism, governance, fragile states, peace and institution building, global policy making, cultural and religious aspects in conflict studies.. Announcement for Master degree.. Announcement for PhD.. Study Scholarship for Architects.. Graduate degree holders to complete a course of extension studies, without gaining a formal degree or qualification, or to complete a postgraduate or Master s degree course to gain a degree in Germany (Master s/Diplom), at a German state (public) or state-recognised higher education institution.. Application Deadline: 1 October.. Study Scholarship for Artists.. These study scholarships aim to provide foreign applicants from the fields of Fine Art, Design, Film, Music as well as Performing Arts (Drama, Direction, Dance, Choreography, etc.. ) with an opportunity to complete a course of extension studies, without gaining a formal degree or qualification, or to complete a postgraduate or Master s degree course to gain a degree in Germany (Master s/Diplom), at a German state (public) or state-recognised higher education institution.. Important information for applicants from the field of Music.. Important information for applicants from the fields of Fine Art, Design and Film.. Important information for applicants from the fields of the Performing Arts (Drama, Direction, Dance, Choreography, etc.. ).. PhD Scholarships (Research Grants for Doctoral Candidates and Young Academics and Scientists).. Scholars with master s degree in any subjects can apply for full PhD scholarship at any university and research institutes in Germany.. Announcement.. Guidelines for application procedure.. Sandwich Model Scholarships for PhD Registered Scholars (Research Grants for  ...   postdoctoral students as well as senior scientists can apply to conduct research at the institutes of the DLR in Germany.. Application Deadline: Offer Specific.. Current offers.. Visiting Professorships (Gastdozenturen).. University academics on active duty can apply to teach at a German university for a minimum of one and maximum of four semesters.. The German host university needs to apply.. 15 January for winter semester of the same year.. 15 July for summer semester starting in the following year.. For Bangladeshi Alumni.. Re-invitation Programme for Former Scholarship Holders (Wiedereinladungen).. Former DAAD one-year scholarship holders and former scholarship holders who had studied in East Germany (GDR) for at least one year and are on active duty carry out a research project at a state (public) or state recognised higher education institution or non-university research institute in Germany.. Specialist Literature Programme (Book Grants).. Former one-year scholarship holders of all disciplines (as well as former German studies scholarship holders who received support for at least 5 months) can apply once a year for specialist literature (books, journals, articles) produced by German publishers to help them advance their academic knowledge and qualifications (maximum value of 200 per year).. Information leaflet.. Important information.. Small Equipment Programme.. One-year scholarship holders, especially those from the fields of engineering, technology and science and from the agricultural and forestry sciences, who received DAAD support for a period of 10 or more months can apply for a grant towards for purchase of small equipment and materials.. The application deadline ends 8 weeks before the scholarship period is completed.. Applications can be made for the purchase of small equipment and material of direct relevance to projects carried out at the German university.. Purchase of the following is absolutely excluded from this programme: Video, photo and office equipment (eg, photocopiers and computers, including software and accessories).. Material Resources Programme.. Scientists or alumni of German institutions of higher education who have returned to their home country and are active at an institution of higher education or comparable academic institution can apply for scientific equipment for carrying out their current teaching and research projects.. There are two application categories, viz.. small-scale projects (up to 3,500) and large-scale projects (from 3,500 to 20,000).. Academic Events by Alumni.. DAAD alumni can apply for funding to organise academic events like workshops, conferences and seminars.. The events should involve a substantial number of DAAD alumni.. The DAAD grant can cover travel, accommodation and boarding expenses for DAAD alumni as well as resource persons and general costs related to the event.. Third party funding generated by the organiser and personal financial contribution of the participants towards the event are important.. For more information, the.. DAAD Regional Office New Delhi.. may be contacted.. For German Students.. Individual Scholarships.. For German Academicians.. Short-term Lecturership (Kurzzeitdozenturen) at Bangladeshi Universities.. Long-term Lecturerships for Emeritus Professors at Bangladeshi Universities.. Beraterprogramm.. For Project/Cooperation based Programmes (Application by German University).. Subject-related Partnerships with Institutions of Higher Education.. Dialogue on Innovative Higher Education Strategy (DIES).. University-Business-Partnership Programme..

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  • Title: - For Bhutan
    Descriptive info: For Bhutan.. For Bhutanese.. Post Docs, Academicians Senior Scientists.. Project/Cooperation based Programmes.. For Bhutanese Students.. For Bhutanese Graduates Doctoral Students.. Graduate degree holders from any stream can apply for a master s degree in areas that may include: Regional security (especially developing frameworks for regional security architectures), terrorism, governance, fragile states, peace and institution building, global policy making, cultural and religious aspects in conflict studies.. Study Scholarships for Architects.. Important information for applicants from the fields of the Performing  ...   institute carry out research for their PhD thesis in Germany under the joint supervision of a Bhutanese as well as a German professor.. PhD degree to be awarded by Bhutanese university / institution.. For Bhutanese Post Docs, Academicians Senior Scientists.. University academics on active duty can apply to teach at a German university for a minimum of one and maximum of fours semesters.. For Bhutanese Alumni.. Short-term Lecturership (Kurzzeitdozenturen) at Bhutanese Universities.. Long-term Lecturerships for Emeritus Professors at Bhutanese Universities..

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  • Title: - For India
    Descriptive info: For India.. For Indian.. Alumni.. For Indian Students.. Working Internships in Science and Engineering (WISE).. Students pursuing Bachelor degree/ Dual degree/ integrated programmes in subjects like engineering, mathematics, natural sciences etc.. from selected Indian universities can apply for scholarship for 2-3 months internship at institutions of higher education and research institutes in Germany.. Application Deadline: 1 November.. List of Institutions.. NOC.. ZAV.. Form-German Host.. Format for Recommendation Letter.. Online Application.. University Summer Courses (Essay Competition).. Regular full-time students registered in a Bachelor or Master course who are pursuing German language either as a part of this course or as certificate/diploma/advance diploma course can apply for a scholarship to participate in a university summer course in Germany.. Application Deadline: 15 October.. University teacher/faculty can apply for a visit to Germany for 7-12 days with a group of minimum 10 and maximum 15 students who are in the second or higher semester of their degree programme.. The programme is open to all subject fields.. 1 February for trips beginning after 1 June.. 1 May for trips beginning after 1 September.. 1 November for trips beginning after 1 March.. For Indian Graduates Doctoral Students.. Graduate and post-graduate degree holders from any stream can apply for a master s and PhD degree respectively in areas that may include: Regional security (especially developing frameworks for regional security architectures), terrorism, governance, fragile states, peace and institution building, global policy making, cultural and religious aspects in conflict studies.. Announcement for Master's degree.. Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding - Dr.. Angela Merkel Scholarship; Master s Scholarship for European Law.. Law graduates can apply for a master s degree (LL.. M.. ) in European Law at one of the selected German Universities.. Sandwich Model Scholarships for Masters' Students of  ...   for winter semester of the same year.. 15 July for summer semester starting in the following year.. For Indian Alumni.. Short-term Lecturership (Kurzzeitdozenturen) at Indian Universities.. Long-term Lecturerships for Emeritus Professors at Indian Universities.. For Project/Cooperation based Programmes (Application by Indian and German side).. DAAD DST Project- based Personnel Exchange Programme (PPP).. University professors and scientists from German and Indian universities and those in permanent employment at independent research institutes are eligible to apply for 2 years funding for collaborative research projects between Indian and German research groups in the field of engineering and natural sciences.. Application Deadline: 30 November.. Announcement and application format on DST website.. DAAD UGC Project- based Personnel Exchange Programme (PPP).. University professors and scientists from German and Indian universities and those in permanent employment at independent research institutes are eligible to apply for 2 years funding for collaborative research projects between Indian and German research groups in the field of humanities and social sciences.. Announcement and application format on UGC website.. DAAD-IIT Exchange of Faculty.. Faculty of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) can apply for a visit to TU 9 universities for up to 2 months research stay.. The visit should be on reciprocal basis.. DAAD-CSIR Exchange of Senior Scientists.. Senior Scientists working at the CSIR institutes and laboratories can apply for a visit to German universities/research institutes for up to 2 months research stay.. DAAD-UGC Exchange of Senior Scientists.. Indian faculty and scientists holding a PhD degree and affiliated to universities and research institutes can apply for a visit to German universities/research institutes for 2-4 weeks research stay in the field of humanities and social sciences.. Application format on UGC website.. For Project/Cooperation based Programmes (Application by the German side).. A New Passage to India..

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