A warm welcome for our new cohort of DAAD Young Ambassadors! During the upcoming academic year 2017/18, these undergraduate students from all across the US and Canada have volunteered to promote study in Germany at their home universities.
Germany offers a broad spectrum of career options for young scientists at universities, research institutions and in industry. Through its Postdoctoral Researchers’ Networking Tour, DAAD offers a new format to provide postdoctoral researchers with an insight into German science and the job market for highly qualified postdoctoral researchers.
Meet us in Person!
Are you attending the NAFSA Conference for International Educators in Los Angeles from May 29th - June 2nd? If so, be sure to stop by the Expo Hall and visit DAAD and over 50 other German institutions at the Germany Pavilion, Booth #1307.
Planet Earth Wants You
When young talents around the world put their heads together they come up with the best ideas. The greater the variety of perspectives and the larger the numbers of people from different subject areas, the more creative and innovative their ideas and solutions will be.
The 9th German American Conference at Harvard brings together leaders from business, politics, academia and media. Taking place on April 7-9, 2017, it will inspire leadership, foster dialogue and promote innovation.
Have you been thinking about studying abroad - perhaps even in Germany? If so, this recently published study may be the last push you need to apply to universities in Germany.
You want to apply to a German university, but you’re not sure what steps you need to take? Then join us for this special feature! Study-in-germany.de is holding two expert chats next week, with experts from uni-assist e.V. and from the TestDaF Institute. Click below for more details.
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