Fully Funded Scholarship to Study in Germany

International students are welcome to apply for a fully funded DAAD Scholarship 2018-2019 in Germany. The Scholarship is designed for students that have completed their first degree in any discipline to study at a state or state-recognised university in Germany. Deadline to apply is September 1st.

This opportunity is available for excellently-qualified graduates who have completed a first degree (Bachelor, Diplom or comparable academic degree) at the latest by the time they commence their scholarship-supported study programme. For applicants from artistic disciplines and the field of architecture, the DAAD offers subject-specific scholarship programmes.

The scholarships are awarded for the duration of the standard period of study for the chosen study programme (up to a maximum of 24 months). To receive further funding after the first year of study for 2-year courses, proof of academic achievements thus far should indicate that the study programme can be successfully completed within the standard period of study. Applicants who are already in Germany in the first academic year of a 2-year postgraduate or Master’s programme at the time of their application may apply for a scholarship for the second year of study. In this case, it is not possible to extend the scholarship.

Scholarship payments of 850 euros a month. As well as payments towards health, accident and personal liability insurance, travel allowance, unless these expenses are covered by the home country or another source of funding and one-off study allowance.

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