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!
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.
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!
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.
Panel Discussion open for all - Societal Transformations for a Resilient Future! Jointly organised by the DAAD/DWIH, the Max Weber Forum for South Asian Studies and ICAS:MP Metamorphosis of the Political.
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.
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.
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.
„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.
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.
Indian researchers, professors, postdoc and doctoral students can apply to seek assistance with their ongoing/proposed research projects by inviting and hosting a motivated and well-qualified student from Germany as a research intern in their labs.
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.
You hold a Bachelor in Engineering? You are looking for an additional qualification with social, environmental and economic relevance? Get future-ready with our full-time Master’s programs in Sustaina...
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 ...
Meet Dr. Deepa Parasar, a post doctoral student who was at Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (IKIM) in Essen, Germany with the DAAD AInet Fellowship! AInet fellows can travel for a week in Germany, visit various institutions and grow their network - all funded by the DAAD.
Getting butterflies in stomach as you think of your life in Germany? Find out how you can manage it smoothly. The DAAD has tips for you: www.daad.in/bachelor-studies #livingonyour#DAADIndia#BachelorinGermany
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.
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.
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?