German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

Deadline: 26/01/2001
September 29, 2003

The DAAD London office administers funding programmes for the UK and Ireland, and generally provides information about study and research in Germany.

One-year Scholarships Applications are invited from graduating and graduate students, PhD candidates and recent PhDs to study and/or research at any German university, Fachhochschule or research institute for one academic year from October 2001. Applications are requested from students with at least a 2:1 degree and there is an age limit of 32. Students in the arts, humanities and social sciences should have a good command of German. The DAAD encourages applicants to contact an academic supervisor at a German host institution of their choice.
Contact: Emma Maidens
Address: DAAD, 34 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QB
Telephone: 020 7235 1736
Email: maidens@daad.org.uk

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