Applications are invited to Apply for the Fully Funded DAAD Helmut Schmidt Scholarship in Germany. DAAD Helmut Schmidt is the Most Famous & Highest Paid Scholarship In Germany for the International Students to earn their Master’s Degree from Germany.
The DAAD Scholarships supports over 100,000 German and International students and researchers around the globe each year, the world’s largest funding organization. Fresh candidates, as well as experienced people, can apply for DAAD Scholarships in Germany. The Duration of the Master program is 2 Year & 1 Year as it depends on the University.
If You have completed your bachelor’s degree or do you have a bachelors degree (16 Years). Classes are usually starting in Sep/Oct 2020 and are taught in German and/or English. You can apply for a fully funded Masters/MPhil Scholarship in Germany in any one of the 08 Universities in Germany which are given below.
As Stated above DAAD Helmut Schmidt 2020 Scholarship in Germany is a Fully Funded Scholarships for International Students & will cover the following expenses.
Scholarship of Monthly 850 €
Contributions to health insurance in Germany
Round Trip Appropriate Travel Allowance
Study and research subsidy
Monthly rent subsidy where applicable,
Allowances for spouses and/or children where applicable
6-months-German language course from April 2020 to September 2020. The language course takes place at selected institutes in Germany and usually not at the universities of the selected MA programmes. The language course is compulsory also for those who attend a master´s course taught in English.
If You have completed your bachelor’s degree or do you have a bachelors degree (16 Years).
The DAAD Helmut Schmidt Scholarship is open to Graduates in the field of Social Sciences, Political Sciences, Law, Economics and in Public Administration.
Students should be from Africa, Central, and Latin America, Asia, from countries in the Middle East as well as from Ukraine. (See List of Countries)
The Most recent university degree should be obtained in the Last Six Years prior to the application for the scholarship.