DAAD scholarships for the year 2019 announced
The DAAD scholarships for the next year have been announced.
Scholarship offers for undergraduate and graduate students
Study Scholarship for Graduates of All Disciplines. Deadline November 15, 2018.
Study Scholarship for Foreign Graduates in the Fields of Fine Arts, Design/ Visual Communication and Film. Deadline November 30, 2018.
Practical Traineeships for Foreign Students of Natural and Technical Sciences, Agriculture and Foestry (IASTE)
University Summer Courses offered in Germany for Foreign Students and Graduates. Deadline December 1, 2018.
Scholarship offers for PhD students and scientists
Research Grants - Short Term Grants. Deadline November 15, 2018.
Research Grants - One Year Grant. Deadline November 15, 2018.
Research Stays for University Academics and Scientists. Deadline November 15, 2018.
Study Visits for Academics - Artists and Architects. Deadline November 15, 2018.
Research Grants - Bi-nationally Supervised Doctoral Degree. Deadline November 15, 2018.
Research Grants - Cotutelle Doctoral Programmes. Deadline November 15, 2018.
Study Visits by Groups of Foreign Students. Deadline November 1, 2018.
Re-Invitation Programme for Former Scholarship Holders. Deadline November 15, 2018.
More Information can be found on our website under the section DAAD scholarships.
Go-East Summer Schools 2019
Who can apply for the programme? Foreign universities in Central-Eastern, South-Eastern, Eastern Europe and CIS.
What can be supported? Summer schools that have various professional, country-specific, and linguistic emphasis organized by the foreign universities.
Summer schools that have a 12 -21 day duration period, and which take place from middle of August until the end of September.
Application deadline 8.11.2018
More information here
Vladimir-Admoni-Doctoral school in the German Department
Starting from January 1st the German Department of Tartu University runs its own doctoral school (Vladimir-Admoni-doctoral school) in cooperation with the Institute of German Philology at Georg-August-University of Göttingen supported by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service). Within the doctoral school up to six PhD-students get a scholarship for up to three years and have a second supervisor from Göttingen University (German Philology). The students and their supervisors will regularly visit Göttingen (up to 2 months a year); in addition to the scholarships and the research leaves a lot of activities will be organized at the German Department in Tartu, f.ex. colloquiua, workshops, conferences. The school is open for PhD-students who dedicate their research to German Literature, Language or Culture (not restricted in the narrower sense to students who write their Phd-thesis in the German department; beyond them PhD-students from Comparative and Estonian Literature, Estonian and General Linguistics, History, Theology, Philosophy, Folklore Studies etc. are welcome to apply).
Promoting Academic Exchange with the Baltic States in Journalism/Media Sciences and Related Disciplines
With regard to the joint announcements of the Federal Foreign Minister and his counterparts from the three Baltic states in March 2015 to provide increased support for the development of independent, objective and professional media in the Baltic region, the DAAD is inviting students from the Baltic states and German lecturers in journalism/media sciences and related disciplines to apply for fellowships and project funding from the DAAD.
This call for proposals is aimed at:
- Students and graduates from the Baltic states in journalism/media sciences and related disciplines with excellent German, English or Russian language skills (programmes: University Summer Courses, Study Scholarships, Study Visits)
- Lecturers in journalism/media sciences from Germany who hold a doctorate and would like to teach in the Baltic states (programme: Short-term Lectureships).
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