The DAAD aims to keep in touch with its alumni. We hope that the end of your scholarship will be the beginning of a long-standing active relationship with us! Our alumni work aims to:
- continue contacts amongst alumni and between alumni, their German host universities and the DAAD;
- maintain professional, academic and personal ties with Germany by providing regular information on academic developments;
- contribute to deepening and extending academic exchange between the alumni’s home countries and Germany, and thereby to make an impact on the internationalisation of higher education;
- use the experience, knowledge and insights gained by the alumni during their stays in Germany to the benefit of current generations of scholarship holders and other persons interested in studying and research in Germany.
Alumni Clubs in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania
The Alumni Association in Estonia is currently in a state of flux and is happy to receive any volunteers.If you are interested in the work of the Alumni Association, please contact us:
DAADi Eesti Stipendiaatide Selts
Herr Prof. Dr. Sulev Mäeltsemees
Tel.: (00372) 620-2661
Fax: (00372) 620-2665
More Information on the “Alumniportal Deutschland”
Alumniportal Deutschland is an editorially supported social online network, which sees itself as a service for all Germany Alumni as well as for companies, networks, organizations and institutes of higher education. A unique combination of topical and emotional services with a connection to Germany and an online community which open up entirely new opportunities for maintaining contacts and networks. Career opportunities, language services as well as on- and offline events complement the online community.
Germany Alumni are people from all over the world who have studied, conducted research, worked or been part of advanced training in Germany. We also welcome individuals who have attended training programmes outside Germany with the support of a German organisation. Alumniportal supports your efforts to secure, expand and apply your skills which you have obtained during your cooperation with Germany. It also facilitates the establishment of international networks among persons active in the economy, culture, science and research.
More information can be found in the following: