Study in Germany 2023/24 with DAAD Scholarships
Institutions where you will study:
Universities subscribed to the DAAD Germany Scholarships program:
- Hertie School of Government in Berlin.
- University of Duisburg-Essen.
- Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt
- Leuphana University of Lüneburg
- Hochschule Osnabruck
- University of Osnabrück, Passau and Potsdam
Levels and study areas:
The DAAD Scholarships grant the possibility of studying master’s degrees and doctorates in any of the following areas:
- Economic Sciences, Law
- Agricultural and Forest Sciences
- Art, Music, Design
- Engineering and natural sciences
- Humanities and Social Sciences
- Languages and cultural studies
- Mathematics, Natural Sciences
- Medicine, health sciences
Who can participate?:
DAAD Scholarships are awarded to graduates with at least two years of professional experience from the following countries:
- Costa Rica.
- The Dominican Republic.
- The Savior.
- Venezuela. See the full list here.
The scholarships to study master’s and a doctorate in Germany, are full scholarships which include:
- Depending on the academic level, monthly payments of 850 euros for graduates or 1,200 euros for doctoral candidates.
- Travel expenses, unless these expenses are covered by the country of origin or another funding source
- Payments for health insurance, accidents, and civil liability.
- Single study allowance.
Under certain circumstances, scholarship recipients may receive the following additional benefits:
- Monthly rent subsidy.
- Contribution to the tuition fees that the university may charge (max. €500.- per semester).
Conditions that must be met by participants:
- Required languages: English or German.
For international programs, the language of instruction is English. You usually need to present a TOEFL or IELTS English language certificate.
For other programs, the language of instruction is German. You usually have to present a German DSH or TestDaF language certificate.
- You must have a 4-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent if applying for a master’s program.
- Have a master’s degree or equivalent if applying for a doctoral program.
- Possess 2 years of professional experience.
- International students residing in Germany for more than 15 years are not eligible to apply for DAAD scholarships.
- All courses presented by each of the universities related to the program have different eligibility criteria, which must be fully met at the time of enrollment.
Instructions to apply:
For more information, please read the documents of the DAAD Scholarship Program very carefully, in addition to visiting the official website to learn more about the registration processes, requirements to submit, and application forms for scholarships to study in Germany.
Can I apply for more than one course with the DAAD Germany scholarships 2023/24?
You can request up to three courses. If you apply for more than one course, please list the courses in order of priority on the DAAD application forms (see 7. Choice of host university/institution in Germany) and do not change the priorities on the corresponding application form.
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University of New South Wales Law Doctorate Scholarship
The University of New South Wales Offers ARC Future Fellowship Doctoral Scholarship in the Faculty of Law and Justice; for outstanding international students.
Founded in 1949, the University of New South Wales is a world-class teaching and research institution. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in a variety of disciplines. The University of New South Wales has an international reputation for producing world-class research and education.
Carefully shape the world leaders of tomorrow. UNSW has established an internationally recognized academic framework by collaborating closely with the public and private sectors to provide students with real-world experience.
The degree to Receive: Doctorate
Place of Study: Australia
Offeror: University of New South Wales
Application Deadline: 03/31/2022
- The scholarship offers a scholarship stipend equal to the value of a Research Training Program Scholarship (for 2022, this rate is $28,854 pa), plus the Faculty complement ($5,000 pa). These scholarships generally receive favorable tax treatment and entitle candidates to apply for a fee waiver.
- The scholarship does not cover travel expenses, medical insurance, or study materials.
- Eligible Course or Subjects: Ph.D. from the UNSW School of Law and Justice.
- Students currently enrolled or who have an offer to begin a full-time doctoral degree at the UNSW School of Law and Justice in 2022 may apply, provided that, by the application deadline, they have been enrolled for no more than twelve months and not having previously received a scholarship to study at UNSW.
- The scholarship is for full-time study only, unless there are exceptional personal or medical circumstances that require part-time study for all or part of the doctoral program.
- Applicants can be Australian citizens, permanent residents, or international.
- To apply, applicants must apply for the doctoral program through the university’s online portal. Applicants can apply through the scholarship application process and mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Applicants must attach copies of all academic transcripts, relevant publications, a CV, a cover letter addressing selection criteria and outlining interest in comparative constitutional studies, and a 3-5 page research proposal. Details of two academic or professional referees must be provided (referees will be contacted only if an applicant is being considered for shortlisting).
- For admission, students are required to achieve an average that is equivalent to a minimum average of Distinction at UNSW, i.e. 75%, to secure a position at UNSW.
- Applicants must obtain an overall score of 6.5 on the IELTS exam.