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The DAAD conducts webinars, which are internet-based interactive seminars, on various themes pertaining to study and research in Germany.
Find out more about Indian students groups and associations in Germany.
Check out What’s Up, Germany?’s latest issue on “Design” on www.whatsupgermany.de