DAAD Information Centre

The DAAD Information Centre in Armenia has been closed.
Dear user,
Thank you for your interest in the DAAD programmes.
The DAAD Information Centre in Armenia has been closed.
The new DAAD Regional Office in Tiflis/Georgia has taken over the responsibilities for all DAAD programmes in Armenia.
For information regarding study and research in France :
Please refer to their website : https://www.vacances-scolaires-gouv.com/2024-2025-calendrier-scolaire
Here you will find all DAAD programmes regarding academic exchange with Armenia, or send them an E-mail with your inquiries on infodaad-georgia.org or call on (+ 995 32 2920 926) (Mondays and on Thursdays/14.00 – 18.00 and on Wednesdays/10.00-13.00).

Kind regards

About the DAAD

A brief look at history shows that the DAAD has a long tradition of uniting people and academia. Founded in Heidelberg in 1925 on the initiative of a single student, the DAAD has since become one of the most important funding organisations worldwide for the international exchange of students and researchers.

Since it was founded, around two million scholars in Germany and abroad have received DAAD funding. The DAAD is a registered association and its members are German institutions of higher education and student bodies. Its activities go far beyond simply awarding grants and scholarships. The DAAD supports the internationalisation of German universities, promotes German studies and the German language abroad, assists developing countries in establishing effective universities and advises decision makers on matters of cultural, education and development policy.
Its budget is derived mainly from the federal funding for various ministries, primarily the German Federal Foreign Office, but also from the European Union and a number of enterprises, organisations and foreign governments.

The DAAD on Location Worldwide

Its head office is in Bonn, but the DAAD also has an office in the German capital, Berlin, to which the famous Berlin Artists-in-Residence Programme (Berliner Künstlerprogramm) is closely affiliated. The DAAD relies on a network of regional offices and information centres (ICs) in more than 60 countries. It maintains contact with and provides advice to its main partner countries on every continent via a network of regional offices and information centres.

Scholarships for the Best

Providing scholarships remains the DAAD’s “core business”. In 2013 alone we were able to support 30,000 German and international students, doctoral candidates and researchers with scholarships and individual programmes. In order to serve the worldwide demand for highly qualified specialists and managers in the future, we will continue to focus on two main areas: educating young German academics at the best universities around the world, and education and training for outstanding international students, doctoral candidates and researchers here in Germany.

Structures for Internationalisation

This second action area focuses on creating and maintaining the structures that make academic exchange and mobility possible. This includes international degree programmes, such as the new German-Egyptian master’s course in “Cultural Resource Management”, which we launched last year in Luxor, or the PROMOS programme to enhance the mobility of German students, which finances short stays for German students abroad. The “Strategic Partnerships and Thematic Networks” programme was also very much in demand last year and currently comprises partnerships with 21 institutions of higher education. As a national agency for EU mobility programmes in higher education, the DAAD played an instrumental role in 2013 in transitioning Europe’s successful Erasmus programme to the new programme generation “Erasmus +”. Model projects for the future include transnational higher education projects such as the Turkish-German University, which opened its doors in Istanbul in September 2017.

Expertise for Academic Collaborations

In the future, the DAAD will apply its competence and expertise even more to providing Information and advisory services to institutions of higher education and other academic exchange stakeholders, both in Germany and abroad. With its decades of experience in programme work and its unique worldwide network of 15 regional offices and 55 Information Centres, which we expanded in 2013 with new locations in Kazan and Tel Aviv, the DAAD brings tremendous knowledge of higher education systems and national science systems around the world.
Germany’s parliamentary elections and the new legislative period in 2013 also made it a crucial year for the DAAD. We were very pleased to see that the government’s 2013 coalition agreement explicitly identified the DAAD as a central driver of mobility for institutions of higher education and research, and that the German federal government wants to increase the DAAD’s capacity in this regard into the future. It was particularly encouraging to see that our goal to increase the number of foreign students in Germany to 350,000 by 2020 is also anchored in the coalition agreement.

The DAAD Team in Armenia

The DAAD Information Centre Yerevan is the representative of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in Armenia and one of the 56 information centres worldwide.

We, the representatives of the DAAD in Armenia:

Inform Armenian students, graduates and academics about study and research in Germany, as well as the scholarship and funding opportunities;

We are happy to help you:

Daniel Lepetit
DAAD-Lecturer, Yerevan State University (lepetit@daad.am)
19 Juni 2013, Bonn:
Lektorenvorbereitungstreffen des Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdienstes (DAAD)

Annegret Beier
DAAD-Lecturer, Yerevan State University of Languages and Social Sciences after V. Brusov (beier@daad.am)

Meri Navasardyan
Senior Programme Advisor (info@daad.am)

Barbara Meier
Language-Assistant, Yerevan State University of Languages and Social Sciences after V. Brusov (info@daad.am)

Ruzanna Mnatsakanyan
Programme Advisor (info@daad.am)

Narine Gharaghazaryan
Programme Advisor (info@daad.am)

Phone consultation hours:

Monday- 14:00-16:00 (+374 98 12 58 53)
Thuesday-16:00-18:00 (+374 33 12 58 58)
Wednesday-14:00-16:00 (+374 33 12 58 58)
Thursday-12:00-14:00 (+374 98 12 58 53)

The consultation at the DAAD Information Centre is based on best knowledge and practice and is offered in good faith. The DAAD Information Centre however, accepts no liability for the correctness of information.

Study & Research in Germany

You’d like to study in Germany? A great idea! We look forward to welcoming you! You’re not yet sure which university to apply to? You’re interested in doing a PhD and are looking for an appropriate programme? Are you wondering how to finance your stay, or how foreign students live in Germany and how they’re supervised? We’re happy to help!

Getting to Know Germany

Germany is an ideal destination for study and researching. It offers world-class higher education, bustling cities, a beautifully diverse landscape, and it welcomes people from all over the world.

Apart from its beautifully diverse geographical and cultural landscape, Germany boasts a number of exciting metropoles, and many fascinating cities and towns, each with their own distinct character and tradition.

Germany is the third most popular destination among international students worldwide. Germany is an attractive place to study and German university degrees are highly regarded by employers around the world.

German Cities

You will have a great time studying and living in Germany, whether in one of the large, pulsating cities or quieter towns. Find out which places in Germany are the most popular with international students.

Studying in Germany

Germany has many different kinds of universities, all of which offer excellent quality. But with so many to choose from, it’s not always easy to navigate your way through the university landscape. We are here to help.

Courses of Study in Germany

Studying or completing a PhD in German or English : The DAAD provides the information you need.

Plan Your Studies

Admissions, requirements, finances - here’s everything you need to know about studying in Germany!

The German Higher Education System

By watching this video you can learn more about the German higher education system, the different types of universities and the degrees they offer.

PhD and Research in Germany

Germany offers excellent research opportunities for EU/international PhD students and researchers. Universities and other higher education institutions as well as public- and private-sector non-university research institutions and large research funding organisations support international researchers with postdoctoral jobs and fellowships. Interesting development opportunities for international researchers also exist in research-intensive industry and with small and medium-sized enterprises. Many companies also work closely with universities and research institutions in application-oriented research and development.

Information for PhD Students

Read more about the different ways of doing a PhD in Germany, your funding opportunities and some practical advice to prepare for your doctoral visit.

Information for Junior Researchers

Germany offers many opportunities for Postdocs : You can become eligible for appointment to a professorship by completing the habilitation process, work as a junior professor or lead a junior research group. Industry also offers alternative career opportunities.

Information for Senior Researchers

Germany offers international researchers a diverse research-oriented higher education landscape, globally recognised research institutions and a research-intensive industry that leads the world in many areas.

Research Institutes

Find out about Germany’s different types of research institutions : universities, universities of applied sciences, non-university research institutes, companies and federal as well as state (Länder) institutions. Profiles of each type of research organisation can be found here.

Research Funding

Research funding in Germany is provided by government bodies, various organisations, including many of the large non-university research institutions, and industry. Here you find a wide selection of funding programmes for international PhD students and researchers.

Eight Steps to Germany

Germany is one of the most attractive locations for EU and international students worldwide. There are many different kinds of universities, all of which offer excellent quality. We help you to navigate your way through the university landscape in eight short steps.

Step 1 The Right University

Anyone looking to study in Germany is spoilt for choice. There are many different types of universities, all of which provide outstanding quality.

Step 2 The Right Degree Programme

Whether Bachelor’s or Master’s, state exam or PhD – there is a wide range of degree courses and short courses on offer at German universities. All your options at a glance.

Step 3 The Requirements

Anyone who wants to study at a university in Germany needs a so-called “Hochschulzugangsberechtigung” (HZB) or higher education entrance qualification.

Step 4 Learning German

Learning German is worthwhile. Find out where and how you can improve your German.

Step 5 Costs of Education and Living

Compared to other EU states, living costs in Germany are relatively modest. Nevertheless, to ensure a successful stay in Germany, it is of utmost importance that funding is secured for the entire study period in Germany. Study and living costs at a glance.

Step 6 Applying

Anyone looking to study at a German university needs to fulfill certain admissions criteria.

Step 7 Visas

International students often need a visa to travel to Germany. This depends on the country of origin and how long you want to stay.

Step 8 Renting a Room

Unlike in many other countries, freshers at German universities are not automatically allocated student accommodation on enrolment. So it is important to start searching for accomodation early on.

Help and Advice

The DAAD Information Centre in Yerevan cordially invites you to visit us during office hours if you have any questions concerning studying or researching in Germany. We can also provide you an overview of the scholarship programmes of the DAAD.

Learning German

German is one of the ten most spoken languages in the world. Some 185 million people worldwide speak German. You can still study in Germany even if you don’t know German, but some knowledge of the language makes everyday life a lot easier and help you immerse yourself in the country. Apart from that, foreign languages are also increasingly sought after by employers. There are many ways to learn German prior to your stay or while out there. Whether you learn the traditional way by joining a class, or whether you team up with a German language tandem partner or flatmate, learning German can be great fun and hugely beneficial.

Language Requirements for Study and Research in Germany

Good German language skills can help feel more at home in Germany. The skill level should be sufficient to understand lectures and participate in discussion in university seminars.

Learning German in Armenia

Many universities in Armenia offer German as a foreign language. Furthermore you can learn German at the Sprachlernzentrum Yerevan.

Learning German in Germany

While staying in Germany you will learn the German language automatically. Here you will find information on the ways to improve your German skills on site.

Frequently Asked Questions

Application for a DAAD Scholarship

Which application documents have to be certified?

The requirements for each scholarship programme differ. Thus, we advise you to read the application requirements for each programme very carefully.

When is the application deadline for DAAD scholarships in Armenia?

The application deadline differs for each programme. More information about the deadlines you can find in the programme description under the tab „application procedure“.

Which language is necessary in order to study or research in Germany?

You can study and research in English or German. German universities offer summer and degree courses as well as PhD programmes which are taught completely in English. Here you will find all courses offered in English. Study courses offered in German can be found here.

What should be the language of my application papers?

University and school certificates can be handed in German or English. If your certificate contains one of these languages you do not need an additional translation.
All other documents can also be handed in German or English. Only for „University summer courses“ programme all the application papers, except the university certificates should be in German.

Which documents are required for a scholarship application?

The question “Which documents are required?” depends on the particular programme you are applying for. You can find this information in the description of your prefered scholarship programme under the tab „application procedure“.

How many programmes can I apply for?

In the scholarship application for master programme you can name up to three study programmes. We suggest you choose three study programmes, in case you are not admitted to your programme of first choice.

How do I fill in the online application form?

The information about registration and application via the DAAD portal can be found here.

How do I write a motivation letter?

We provide an information sheet in Armenian, which gives you tips how to write a good motivation letter.

Download : Merkblatt zu Motivationsschreiben und Lebenslauf auf Armenisch (PDF, 1.35 MB)

Is there any age limit for DAAD scholarships?

In general, there are no age limits for DAAD programmes. But for some particular programmes you should have taken your final examinations no longer than six years before the application deadline.

What is included in the scholarship? Are accommodation and health insurance included?

Most DAAD scholarships finance the complete stay in Germany that means a monthly scholarship (often 750 Euro per month and even more for researchers), health insurance, public liability insurance and accident insurance as well as travel costs. Depending on how good your German is, the DAAD can also pay for a preparatory language course. In many DAAD scholarship programmes you may also apply for a special allowance for your husband/wife and your children.

I am currently not in Armenia, how can I hand in my application papers?

You can authorize someone else to hand in the application for you.

The application deadline for my university course in Germany has already passed or the applications are not open yet. Can I still apply for a DAAD scholarship?

Yes, you can apply for a DAAD scholarship. For the scholarship application it is not necessary to be admitted to a German university. However, please be aware that you have to care for your admission yourself, so please do not miss the admission deadlines for your chose programme.

I am already working, can I submit a reference letter by my employer instead of a reference letter by my university teacher?

That is not possible. You have to submit a reference letter by your university teacher (using the DAAD form, which is generated in the DAAD application portal) even if your graduation has been many years ago. You can, however, in addition submit a reference by your employer. You do not need to use the DAAD form for the reference by your employer.

Language Tests for a DAAD Scholarship

Where and when can I do the DAAD exams?

The DAAD does not offer any exams. For your scholarship application you have to show proof of your language proficiency.

German : If you choose to take a course of study in German, you are usually required to prove that you have an adequate knowledge of German. You can do this by taking one of two different language proficiency tests :

the language test “TestDaF” (test of German as a foreign language) or
the “Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang ausländischer Studienbewerber” (DSH),.
You can find out where and when you can take these tests and other important information on the subject on our German language page.

English : Students wishing to take an international degree programme (Bachelor’s, Master’s, PhD) do not necessarily have to take a German test. The teaching language in these courses is usually English.

Please note : To study a degree course in English, an English language certificate (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS) is often required. Each university decides what minimum number of points is required for admission.

When do I receive the TAN for the ondaf for DAAD applicants?

You will receive the TAN when you hand in the application papers at the DAAD Information Center Yerevan.

How do I register for the OnDaF?

Please watch our video tutorial, where we show you step by step how to register for OnDaF test (in Armenian).

I want to apply for a MA scholarship, I am registered for TOEFL or IELTS but will not have my results before the application deadline. Can I still apply?

For those applicants, who don’t have any language certificate at the time of application deadline, the DAAD offers the OnSet test free of charge. The registration procedure of OnSet test is similar to OnDaF registration.

Study in Germany

How do I find the right study programme in Germany?

You’d like to study in Germany but don’t know which subject to choose? Or which university to apply to? Or you’re unsure what kind of degree you actually want to take? Please check this link for more information.

How do I find the right university?

Germany has many different kinds of universities. They all offer excellent quality. But with so many universities to choose from, it’s not always easy finding the one that best suits your needs. For more information please click this link.

How do I find out which university offers the programme I am looking for?

German Universities offer more than 16.000 study programmes. Of particular interest to foreign students are international Bachelor, Master and PhD programmes that are offered at German universities. Classes are usually taught in English. All of these degrees are characterised by a high academic standard and well-structured study programmes with intensive supervision and student advice services. Around half of the students enrolled in these programmes are from abroad. These programmes are listed in the DAAD database.

What is a letter of admission?

A letter of admission is a letter by the German University you applied to. In it the university declares that you fulfill the programme requirements and that they offer you a placement in the course you applied for. More information are available here.

Do I have to be admitted to a Germany university at the time of my scholarship application?

When you apply for a DAAD scholarship you do not need to be admitted at a German university. In most cases this is not possible because the university follows a different timeline. In case you are already admitted you should include your letter of admission in your application papers.

Do I have to mention each of my chosen programmes in my motivation letter?

Please mention each of your chosen programme in your motivation letter.

I want to do a master’s in Germany. Are there scholarships I can apply for?

Scholarships for studying a MA degree in Germany are offered by a wide range of different institutions, the DAAD being one of the biggest among them. There is a variety of different funding possibilities depending on country of origin, field of study etc. For an insight into the different funding possibilities, please check

  1. The homepage of the DAAD representation in your country
  2. The scholarship database of the DAAD. You can limit the search regarding your country of origin and subject of study, in order for the results to fit your personal profile. The data base includes scholarships of the DAAD and other German institutions.
Are there any scholarships for international master students that don’t require German skills?

Many MA programmes in Germany don’t require German skills. You can find the English taught programmes in the DAAD International Programmes database. The DAAD Study Scholarships are open for these programmes as well.

I want to study in a degree programme in Germany. Are there any scholarships available? I also don’t know the German language. Can I learn it in Germany before enrolling in the university?

As above mentioned, there are quite a lot of English taught programmes in Germany. If you are interested in doing a German taught programme, a certain level of German is of course necessary. Some universities do provide preparatory courses. But of course, we would recommend you to learn as much German as you can in advance.

When should I start applying for a scholarship, after I get an admission or after I come to the university and register myself?

The deadline for applying depends on the individual scholarship programme. In some cases you can apply without yet having your admission to the German university. In other cases the admission is one of the requirements. Please always check the scholarship announcements.
You should inform yourself as soon as possible about the different scholarship opportunities in your country to make sure that you will have enough time to complete your application successfully before the deadline.

l already got an admission to study in Germany but no scholarship. I want to know if l can still apply for a scholarship once l start my programme in Germany.

You can apply for a scholarship if you haven’t stayed in Germany for more than one year when applying for the scholarship. The scholarship would fund your second year of Master studies. Please be aware that the application procedure includes an interview in Armenia, which you have to attend in person.

Research in Germany

I’m looking for a PhD position in Germany. Is it possible to contact a professor who is willing to be the supervisor and then arrange a scholarship opportunity to work with him?

If you are looking for a PhD position in Germany, you may have a look at our PhD Germany website.

I want to study for a PhD in Germany, is there a scholarship which I can apply for? Is there a list of available PhDs in German Universities?

There is a variety of different scholarships for carrying out doctoral studies in Germany. In case of an individual doctorate, the most common way is to first find a tutor and afterwards look for possible funding options. The scholarship database of the DAAD can help you finding the right scholarship. Depending on your country of origin and your field of research the scholarship possibilities vary. Please review the scholarship database of the DAAD to find a grant that fits your plans.
You should take into account that if you are planning on studying in structured PhD programme, often those programmes or Graduate Schools offer their own funding and scholarships.
We recommend you to check www.phdgermany.de.

I would like to do a PhD or research in Germany but have not received the invitation by a German professor in time to meet the application deadline. Can I still apply?

You can hand in your invitation later, please consult the document time frame in your chosen scholarship programme for the latest possible date to hand in the invitation. Please be aware that all other documents have to be handed in in time.

Study & Research in Armenia

Are you interested in studying, researching or teaching in Armenia? Have you thought about completing an internship or learning a foreign language abroad? Here you can find all the Information.

Information on Armenia

Here you will find Information on scholarship programmes for study, teaching and research stays, university projects and scientific collaborations in Armenia and more country-specific information.

Study, research & teach abroad

From planning to financing, here you will find all the necessary information on study-related stays abroad and scholarships for students, graduates and lecturers.

Studieren Weltweit

International study, research or work experience is increasingly in demand in the work place. The campaign “studieren weltweit – ERLEBE ES!” is designed to help young people understand of the benefits of a stay abroad.

DAAD Ortslektor Programme

At many higher education institutions in non-German-speaking countries, German teachers are also employed who are not supported by the DAAD or other institutions. They generally teach German Language, Literature, and German Studies. The DAAD offers these lecturers possibilities for professional support as part of its Ortslektor programme.

Analysis of the system of higher education in Armenia and overview of DAAD activities

Below you will find comprehensive statistics, information, and analyses on the higher education and academic systems as well as an overview of DAAD activities on site. The following information is currently available in German only.

Find Funding

Here you can find information on various kinds of DAAD funding for students, graduates and postdocs as well as on funding offered by other selected organisations.

Scholarship Database

Here you can find information on various kinds of DAAD funding for students, graduates and postdocs as well as on funding offered by other selected organisations.

Study Scholarships - Master Studies for All Academic Disciplines

DAAD scholarships for graduates wishing to continue their academic training in Germany with a continuing course of study.

Status : Graduates
Subject : Only specified

Research Grants – Short-Term Grants

DAAD grants for doctoral candidates and young scientists and academics wishing to carry out research and continue their education in Germany for up to 6 months.

Status : Postdoctoral researchers Graduates Doctoral candidates/PhD students
Subject : Only specified

Research Grants – One-Year Grants for Doctoral Candidates

DAAD grants for doctoral candidates and young scientists and academics wishing to carry out research and continue their education in Germany.

Status : Graduates Doctoral candidates/PhD students
Subject : Only specified

Research Grants – Doctoral Programmes in Germany

DAAD grants for young scientists and academics wishing to improve their academic qualifications with a doctoral degree in Germany.

Status : Graduates
Doctoral candidates/PhD students
Subject : Only specified

Research Grants - Bi-nationally Supervised Doctoral Degrees / Cotutelle

DAAD grants for doctoral candidates and young scientists and academics whose doctoral degrees are supervised both by a university teacher at the home university and an academic adviser at the host institute in Germany

Status : Graduates Doctoral candidates/PhD students
Subject : Only specified

**Disclaimer : **
The information on types of funding offered by other organisations has been compiled by the DAAD with the greatest possible care. Nevertheless, the DAAD cannot guarantee that the information is correct or complete. This is why you should contact the person named in the programme description to inquire about the current terms and conditions and about what the programme offers before you submit your application.

Tips for your Application

The team of the Information Centre Yerevan can help you with any questions regarding your DAAD scholarship application. We provide you FAQs, leaflets and videos for all aspects of your application.

The team of the Information Centre Yerevan can help you with any questions regarding your DAAD scholarship application. We provide you FAQs, leaflets and videos for all aspects of your application. Information is available on the following topics:

Which scholarships are offered by the DAAD?

The DAAD offers scholarships for a study or research visit to Germany for the following target groups:

How can I find the language course or Master degree programme which is best for me?

Go to the DAAD website and search for summer courses at German universities in the Language and Short Courses database (Datenbank „Sprach- und Fachkurse“).

You can search for German- and English-language Master degree courses in Germany in the All Study Programmes database (Datenbank „Alle Studiengänge“). International, mostly English-language degree courses can be found in the International Programmes database (Datenbank „International Programmes“).

Further tips on how to find a suitable course of study are also provided on the DAAD website (DAAD-Webseite).

How can I do a PhD in Germany?

Extensive information for international doctoral candidates wishing to do a doctorate in Germany can be found on the DAAD’s Research in Germany website (Webseite „Research in Germany“ des DAAD).

If you want to do a doctorate in Germany individually, you will need to present your research project. A guideline on how to write a research exposé is provided on the DAAD website. (Auf der Webseite des DAAD finden Sie einen Leitfaden, wie Sie ein Forschungsexposé schreiben.)

How do I find a supervisor for my research visit to Germany?

The German research landscape is very diverse and extensive. Information on how to look for a suitable research institute is provided on the DAAD’s website Research in Germany (“Research in Germany“ des DAAD).

An information sheet regarding confirmation of supervision by a German university lecturer is also available:

Download: Information sheet about confirmation of supervision by a university lecturer (PDF, 64.45 KB) (Infoblatt Betreuungszusage eines deutschen Hochschullehrers (pdf, 64,45 KB))

When can I apply?

Application deadlines can be found in the programme description under the Application Procedure tab. The closing date for applications to most programmes is between end of October and early December. The scholarship commences in the year that follows starting in July or the winter semester.

Do I need to provide proof of my German language skills?
Whether you need to prove your German language skills depends on the scholarship programme you selected. This information is provided in the programme description under the Application Requirements tab.

If you need to provide proof of your German language skills, you can take an onSET test at IC Yerevan free of charge.

Do I need to provide proof of my English language skills?

You can also apply to the DAAD for a study or research visit to Germany in English. Whether you need to prove your English language skills depends on the scholarship programme you selected. This information is provided in the programme description under the Application Requirements tab.

If you need to provide proof of your English language skills, you can take an onSET test at IC Yerevan free of charge. Registration for onSET English is identical to registration for onSET Deutsch, see above.

How do I write a letter of motivation and a CV?

A guideline for writing a letter of motivation is provided on the DAAD website (DAAD-Webseite).

An information sheet in Armenian regarding how to write a letter of motivation, a CV and a letter of recommendation is also available:

Information sheet about letter of motivation and CV in Armenian (pdf, 2.80 MB)
All male applicants are asked to state whether or not they have completed their military service.

Tips for a complete and correct application

Please read the list of application documents (under the Application Procedure tab) carefully. Only complete applications can be considered.

How does the DAAD’s electronic application portal work?

The Go to Application tab in the scholarship description contains a step-by-step guide for submitting your application electronically. Instructions regarding registration and application in the portal can also be downloaded there.

Two videos are offered in Armenian. These explain exactly how to register in the portal and how to apply either for a study scholarship (Master) or a university summer course:

On what basis are scholarships awarded?

Information about selection procedures and selection criteria (Auswahlverfahren und Auswahlkriterien) for DAAD scholarships is provided on the DAAD website. More detailed personal advice on specific programmes can be obtained at the IC office.

I have further questions about DAAD scholarships. Where can I find more information?

Please go to the DAAD website for answers to important questions (Antworten auf wichtige Fragen) regarding application requirements, the right form, application via the DAAD portal and the selection process.

FAQs (häufig gestellte Fragen) specifically for Armenian applicants are also provided.

If you have further questions, please contact the IC office directly. Go to contact information and office hours (Kontaktdaten und Öffnungszeiten) for details.


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**We are there for you : **
Phone consultation hours :

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The consultation at the DAAD Information Centre is based on best knowledge and practice and is offered in good faith. The DAAD Information Centre however, accepts no liability for the correctness of information.