Working, training and studying in Germany
Germany has a lot to offer as a place of study, with more than 400 state and private universities, and a wide variety of courses. About 300,000 foreign students currently study in Germany, of which over 13,740 are Indians.
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Information point
The DAAD Information point situated at the German Consulate General in Bengaluru provides comprehensive and free advice to all those interested in studying and research in Germany.
|- Information sessions on Higher Studies and Research Opportunities in Germany|
|- Individual counselling by prior appointment|
|- Education fairs|
|- Presentations at partner institutions, universities or special occasions|
For more information, please visit the official Website of DAAD India
About 250,000 foreign students currently study in Germany, of which about 6000 are Indians. Most of the German universities are sponsored by the state to keep study-fees affordable, and the number of scholarships available keeps increasing. For update on scholarshops and call for applications, refer to our newsletter Wiss-Nama.
Please note that the deadline for submission of applications for DAAD PhD / Sandwich / Short Term / Post Doc Scholarships is 1 October at the DAAD New Delhi Office.