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KAAD Scholarship Programme for Developing Countries is open for applications in 2024. It is offered by the Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD) to support postgraduate studies and research stays in Germany for citizens of developing countries.
KAAD Scholarship Programme for Developing Countries 2024
Published: 08 Feb 2024725 views
The KAAD is the scholarship organisation of the Catholic Church in Germany for postgraduates and academics from (developing) countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.By providing scholarships, educational events and personal and spiritual guidance, it supports its scholarship holders in view of their future multiplying activities in their home countries.
This is done in cooperation with partner committees and associations of former scholarship holders in these countries, with the aim of (academic) network building and a contribution to holistic development that includes the religious and interreligious dimension.
The KAAD Germany Scholarship Program targets post-graduates and academics residing in their home countries with prior professional experience.The focus is on postgraduate studies or research stays in Germany. Administered by regional partner committees, the program emphasizes documents submitted to the applicant’s home country committee.
KAAD Scholarship Programme
|June 30, 2024
|Country to study
|Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD)
|Men and Women
Who can apply:
How to apply:
Applications are submitted through the KAAD partner committee in your home country. You can find a list of partner committees on the KAAD website. The application deadline is usually in June or July.
What the scholarship covers:
The KAAD scholarship covers the full cost of your studies in Germany, including tuition fees, living expenses, and health insurance. It also provides a monthly stipend for personal expenses.
Here are some additional details about the KAAD Scholarship Programme:
For more details,visit KAAD website