Scholarships for intensive German courses in Germany 2013 (DAAD)

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The German service of academic exchange (DAAD) offers grants for intensive German courses in Germany 2013 with the aim of promoting assistance to intensive German courses offered by an Institute specializing in the Federal Republic of Germany.

candidates must be students of all the faculties (with exception of German Philology, German as a foreign language and translation and interpretation with German), who at the beginning of the scholarship have gone at least two years of higher education, as well as graduates and doctoral students who are working in academia.

requires basic knowledge of German (level B1 to B2).

the deadline for submission of applications ends on 1 December 2012.

scholarship programmes have a duration of two months and can be enjoyed in the period between June and December. The scholarships are extendable.

the DAAD grants a partial scholarship from 1,300 euros and a fixed amount of 1,000 euros for the rights of the course. As a general rule, accommodation can be contracted through the course organizer.

requirements are:

can apply for scholarships to students of all faculties (with exception of German Philology, German as a foreign language and translation and interpretation with German), who at the beginning of the scholarship have gone at least two years of higher education, as well as graduates who are working in academia and doctoral students. For graduates and doctoral students not must have elapsed over six years since the last qualification at the time of applying for the scholarship.
Candidates who wish to apply for this scholarship from Spain must be enrolled in a center of higher education in Spain (country of permanent residence) at the time of request the scholarship and at the time of starting the stay in Germany.
German language skills must correspond at least to the level B1 and maximum at the B2 level of the common European framework of reference for languages (CEFR).
The minimum age at the beginning of the scholarship is 18 years.
Candidates who have obtained a scholarship from the DAAD to attend or to an intensive German language course or a summer course can not reapply for any of these scholarships for a minimum period of three years.

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