The Goethe-Institut’s Studienbrücke program is specifically designed to prepare students from abroad wishing to embark directly on a course of study in Germany.
Declan Dwyer-McNulty spent the summer of 2015 studying abroad in Bonn. A student at the State University of New York at Geneso, he spent his time in Germany taking classes on German language and culture as well as American environmentalism.
Join us at the Career Day Germany at the Goethe-Institut on Friday, November 3, 2017. Learn about opportunities for studying and working in Germany. The afternoon program is tailored to college and university students and runs from 1:30pm to 4:45pm.
DAAD and German Studies Association Awards
The DAAD is proud to announce the winners of the 2017 DAAD/GSA Best Book and Article Prizes awarded on October 6, 2017 at the 41st Annual Conference of the German Studies Association in Atlanta, GA: Greg Eghigian for the best book in History and Maria Makela for the best article in German Studies.
Robin Sommer is the CTO and co-founder of Corelight, a San Francisco-based cyber security startup offering powerful network visibility solutions. He is also a Senior Researcher at Berkeley’s International Computer Science Institute, where he leads the team developing the open-source Bro network security monitor.
Amber G. Johnson spent the fall of 2016 studying abroad in Berlin. A student of Spelman College, she is majoring in Comparative Women' Studies and Political Science and is volunteering her free time to serve as a DAAD Young Ambassador to promote Germany as a place for study and research abroad.
In this 30 minute webinar, find out more about Bucerius Law School, Germany’s first private law school. The top-ranked school has an interdisciplinary focus and connects students from around the world in Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city with a wealth of cultural activities.
Roger graduated from the University of Manitoba with an MA in Political Science and was awarded a DAAD scholarship to pursue a PhD in Göttingen. In 2016, Roger published a two-volume book, based on his research in Göttingen, titled “Germany and the Significance of the First World War.”
Successful training session
The DAAD Young Ambassadors Workshop 2017 took place in New York City from August 16 – 19, 2017. Twenty-three students from all over the U.S. as well as six students from Canada participated in the three-day training sessions in New York City.
A DAAD RISE alumni, Min Ku spent the summer of 2016 gaining hands-on experience working at a cutting-edge biomedical research center at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU). A Molecular Genetics major, he also loves traveling the world and exploring other cultures. As a DAAD Young Ambassador he helps promote Germany as a destination for study and research.
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