2 German universities offering scholarship programmes for Pakistani students
With these scholarships, you will be able to pursue masters or PhD in the top-notch universities of Germany.
If you are looking for opportuinities to study outside the country, then Germany offers some great scholarship programmes. These scholarships are fully-funded and cover a variety of different aspects providing numerous benefits.
With these scholarships, you will be able to pursue masters or PhD in the top-notch universities of Germany. If you want to explore options to study abroad then consider the list below:
1- DAAD Scholarship
DAAD Scholarship offers level of study at Masters or Doctoral (PhD). The courses offered at the DAAD institute for which the scholarship is applicable include Medicine, Mathematics, Language and Cultural Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Economic Sciences, Agriculture and Forest Sciences, Art Design, Engineering and Natural Sciences.
The scholarship is applicable from a period of 12-36 months depending on the span of your chosen scholarship program.
What does the scholarship provide?
- Monthly payment of 1,200 euros for docotoral candidates and 861 euros for graduates
- Health, personal liability and accident insurance
- Travel allowance
- One-off study allowance
- Monthly rent subsidy (depending upon the circumstances)
- Languages required: English or German
- Candidates should hold a bachelors degree
- Candidates should have at least 2 years of professional experience
- Candidates should prove their eagerness to take on social responsibility
- The eligible countries are mentioned here
2- Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Scholarship
This is another fully-funded scholarship for international students. This is also available for masters and PhD. Other than providing a monthly stipend, the scholarship provides a family allowance of 276 euros if you and your spouse live together in one place for at least three months.
Here is the eligibility criteria for the scholarship program. Get complete details about the scholarship here.
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