DAAD University Winter Courses-In-German Scholarship is designed for students, graduates, and doctoral candidates. It aims to help them improve their knowledge of the German language (general language) as well as German regional and cultural studies.
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The programme funds attendance of language and regional studies courses that are offered by state or state-recognised German universities and by affiliated language schools. The courses are taught exclusively in German
More scholarship opportunities are ongoing in countries across Europe, the United States and Canada. Check out some selected opportunities below:
Table of Contents
- Host Country: Germany
- Study Abroad: Study in Europe
- Category: Undergraduate Scholarships | Postgraduate Scholarships | Masters Scholarships | PhD Scholarships
- Eligible Countries: All Countries
- Reward: Full Scholarship | 2,151 Euros | Transport Allowance | Accommodation
- Deadline: August 15, 2023
- Scholarship Alerts: To receive Scholarship Alerts on WhatsApp, Click HERE
DAAD scholarship in Germany is a private, federally funded and state-funded, self governing national agency of the institutions of higher education in Germany, representing 365 German higher education institutions (100 universities and technical universities, 162 general universities of applied sciences, and 52 colleges of music and art) .
The DAAD itself does not offer programs of study or courses, but awards competitive, merit-based grants for use toward study and/or research in Germany at any of the accredited German institutions of higher education.
To be considered for the SCHOLARSHIP, you must meet the following:
- Applications are open to students and graduates as well as doctoral candidates in any subject area.
- Undergraduate students must have completed at least two academic years when the scholarship period starts.
- Students in the last year of a study programme are eligible to apply if they continue their studies in a postgraduate study programme shortly after completing their undergraduate degree. Please submit a letter of confirmation from your university as proof.
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Scholarship Duration and Reward
- One-time scholarship payment of 2,151 euros
- Payment of a country-specific travel allowance
- Health, accident and personal liability insurance benefits
The above-mentioned scholarship benefits (including the travel allowance) are not transferred abroad.
The course fees and accommodation costs are usually directly deducted from the scholarship benefits by the language course provider, so that the scholarship holder may “only” receive the difference to the full amount from the course provider.
How Long will Award Last?
- Up to 6 weeks
- The grants are not extendable.
- The courses start in January and end in February.
To apply, candidates must be ready to submit the following documents;
- Online application form
- Full curriculum vitae in tabular form (in German)
- Letter of motivation (in German)
- For undergraduate students: Copy of school leaving certificate with grades (with German or English translation)
- For graduate students and doctoral candidates: Copy of the last university degree certificate (with German or English translation)
- Proof of credits for all university examinations (with final grades) incl. explanation of grading systems (with German or English) translation
- Language certificates (with German or English translation, if applicable)
- Other documents you think might be of relevance to your application (e.g. proof of placements, certificates of employment)
Method of Application
Please submit your application online through the DAAD Portal using the link below
Important note: Please be aware that a simultaneous application to this programme and to the programme ‘University Winter Courses Online for Foreign Students and Graduates’ is not permitted and will result in exclusion from both application procedures.