Stipendijos ir konkursai

Vokietijos akademinių mainų tarnyba (DAAD) kasmet skiria stipendijas Vokietijoje studijuoti norintiems LR piliečiams.

Pateikiama atnaujinta informacija apie kandidatėms ir kandidatams iš Lietuvos 2017 m. bei 2017/2018 mokslo metams skiriamas stipendijas. (anglu kalba)

Stipendiat Zhu Jun, Prof. Jürgen Krause, Uni Göttingen 2010

Scholarship programmes: opportunities for the best minds

The Federal Foreign Office funds a variety of scholarship programmes, which are important for the implementation of its research and academic relations policy. The programmes enable the top international specialists of tomorrow to undertake periods of study or research in Germany. At the same time, they lay the foundation for research partnerships with the world’s best minds. Jun Zhu, a lawyer from China and doctoral student in Göttingen, is one of them. Like many highly qualified young graduates from abroad, he receives financial support from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

Stipendijos ir konkursai

Hörsaal in Deutschland

Recognition in Germany

“Recognition in Germany” is the official online portal for the Federal Recognition Act. It provides migrants and foreign skilled workers with information on how and where they can submit an applicatio...

Scholarship and support programme: students do better when they feel at home

STIBET

From welcome breakfasts to friendship programmes, German universities come up with lots of interesting ways of making it easier for international students to settle into their new surroundings. The DAAD offers them a combined scholarship and support programme (STIBET), which is funded by the Federal Foreign Office. It supports introductory events and country evenings as well as specialist support for foreign doctoral students. Projects like Die Brücke (The Bridge) in Münster have developed their own special approaches and act as examples for other universities.

Facts about the German higher education system

Studentin aus Ghana

Some 1.98 million students are currently studying at German institutions of higher education. Almost half of the them (48%) are women. A total of 376 higher education institutions offer study programm...

Germany is an attractive place to study

Studenten während einer Statistik-Vorlesung im Hörsaal an der Universität Leipzig

The Initiative for Excellence, greater autonomy for institutions of higher education, the introduction of new subjects, more bachelors and masters degree courses and larger numbers of students from ab...