DAAD 2012 Scholarship for Conflict Studies and Management Program in Germany

This article gives complete information on the scholarship offered by the German Academic Exchange Service for the Conflict Studies and Management Programme (CSMP) at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy; in Erfurt, Germany.

The Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD), also known as the German Academic Exchange Service, is offering Indian students scholarships for higher studies in Germany to pursue Conflict Studies and Management Programme (CSMP) at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy in Erfurt. You can pursue the Master's degree in areas such as Regional security, terrorism, governance, fragile states, peace and institution building, etc.

Duration: 2 years

Scholarship Features

  • You will get a stipend of EURO 750.00 per month.
  • You will get a lump sum towards air fare from India to Germany & back.
  • You will get compulsory health insurance covered by DAAD.
  • You will get a free 6 months German Language Course in Germany.
  • You will get tuition, boarding, lodging plus pocket allowance during the period of the German language course (preceding studies).

You should be a well qualified scholar who has completed your studies with a Bachelor's degree or equivalent (excellent or very good) in one of the following areas: International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies/War Studies, International Law, Area Studies or other relevant programs with concentrations in conflict studies or conflict. You should also have demonstrated at least 2 years practical experience in the field.

1. You should have a 1st class Bachelor's Degree.
2. There should not be a gap of more than 6 years between the award of your last degree and application deadline (31st July 2011).
3. You should be residing in India at the time of application.
4. If you have been in Germany for more than one year at the time of application, you are not eligible to apply.
5. 2 years professional experience would be an asset.
6. Documents required to be submitted at the time of application

Important Dates
1. Application deadline: 31st July 2011
2. Beginning of Master's course: 1st Oct 2012

Contact information of DAAD office in India
German Academic Exchange Service
Mrs. Anuroopa Dixit
2, Nyaya Marg
New Delhi 110 021
Tel: 91-11-41680968; 41680969
Fax: 91-11-46068192
E-Mail: dixit@daaddelhi.org
Website: DAAD India
Application form

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