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Uni Leipzig Summer School Scholarships 2023 for Developing Countries (Fully-funded)


Summary


The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), with financial support provided by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), supports academic qualification measures for individuals from developing countries who participate in the In-Country/In-Region Programme. The programme aims to enable trained professionals to address and deal with diverse societal, economic, and ecological issues in developing countries. A further objective is to sustainably improve the teaching and research conditions in the partner regions and to strengthen their higher education profile.

As an additional offer for scholarship holders of the In-Country/In-Region Programme, the DAAD cooperates with German universities in organizing a range of summer schools in Germany. One of these four-week measures is the training workshop “Project development for knowledge transfer,” offered in cooperation with the international SEPT program (Small Enterprise Promotion and Training) located at Leipzig University, Germany. At the heart of this summer school is an individual project idea, which participants are required to include already in their application. A project idea canvas template will be provided. This canvas enables the applicants to further develop their ideas in the course of the training. Course content will always reflect on and relate to these projects.


Benefit:


During the attendance phase of the training, participants will be guests of Leipzig University. The following expenses will be covered by the DAAD:

  • Course costs: 4.500 €.

  • Travel costs: Flights (economy class) to and from Germany and ground travel to and from Leipzig according to maximum reimbursement rates depending on the country of origin.

  • Your 2 weeks stay will be financed with 600,00 € total (accommodation in gender-divided shared apartments, as well as partial living costs, will be covered by this amount). The accommodation will be very central in Leipzig in apartments with 3 to 5 people each. In the apartments, you will find double rooms. The apartments come with kitchens, so you can prepare your own food if you wish. You will be able to use the university library if you need to work after class.

  • You will be invited to participate in a number of joint meals.

  • A local transportation ticket for Leipzig will be provided.

  • Visa costs: For those of you who have to pay the visa fees, you will have to pre-finance the visa fee, but it will be reimbursed in Germany based on the original receipt.

  • Emergency health, accident and liability insurance – please note: In some cases, part of the cost of treatment is at your own expense. Especially dental treatment is not fully covered. Coverage with regard to pregnancy-related issues is very limited.


Eligibility:


The key criteria are:

  • – Applicants are active scholarship holders of the DAAD’s In-Country/In-Region Programme as of 1st January 2021 (if your scholarship expires before or starts after that date, participation is not possible).

  • – Applicants should hold at least a bachelor’s degree.

  • – Active and excellent English language skills (speaking and writing) are indispensable as the language of communication of the summer school will be English. If you are not sure about your level of fluency and/or the suitability of your documents, please contact the coordinators at the university in charge.

  • – The provision of international experience will be considered an asset.

  • Please mind that participation is possible only once: if you have joined one of the In-Country/In-Region programme’s summer schools in the last years, it will not be possible to participate again in 2021. You may submit an application for up to two DAAD summer schools in 2021. However, participation will only be possible in one of them.

  • The programme aims to achieve a fair gender balance among the participants. Further, it is foreseen that the group represents a balance of master’s students and Ph.D. candidates.

  • People with disability are explicitly encouraged to apply! Should you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the coordinators at the university or the team at the DAAD.


Deadline:


30th April 2023


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