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Welcome to the DAAD Information Center Budapest!

 

What is DAAD?
The DAAD supports over 100,000 German and international students und researchers around the globe each year - making it the world's largest funding organisation of its kind. We offer scholarship programmes throughout the world that are generally open to all subjects, even though there are some restrictions for certain disciplines such as medicine. There are also subject-specific programmes. In the scholarship database you can select the scholarships that are offered for your group of subjects.


What language skills do I need to study in Germany?

German is not a prerequisite if you enrol in an international degree programme or a special post-graduate course. Some universities do not ask for proof of German language proficiency if you plan on studying there for only one or two semesters. This rule does not apply everywhere, however. It's best to inquire directly at the university of your choice about the language requirements for incoming students.

Do I have to apply in German?
Unless otherwise stated in the Call for Applications, you can submit your application either in German or English. Please note that application documents that are not in German or English must be translated either into German or English. The translations do not have to be certified for the application procedure and you may do the translations yourself. In most scholarship programmes, translations have to be submitted again in certified form if a scholarship is awarded.

I am not currently living in my country of origin. Am I still eligible to apply for a DAAD-scholarship?
Please note that your country of permanent residence or the country in which you have lived in the year before your application is usually of relevance for the application procedure. We strongly recommend that you obtain information and advice and find out which scholarship programmes are open to you, and whether you have to apply from your country of residence or country of origin.
Please visit us during the office hours or contact us via mail.

Where can I get more information?
DAAD-Informationszentrum Budapest
1075 Budapest
Madách Imre út 13-14.
Madách Trade Center, Building A ,Floor IV.

Opening hours: mondays, tuesdays, thursdays 11-15
(For actual information and extraordinary closing times please check our homepage at "Kontakt".)

Tel.: (0036) 1 / 413-7037
Fax: (0036) 1 / 413-7038

E-Mail: mail@daad.info.hu
http://www.daad.info.hu

More information, interesting facts about studying in Germany:
Plan Your Studies - Study in Germany:
https://www.study-in.de/en/


 



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