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At Ph.D. level, it’s very interdisciplinary at FU, Berlin. Language is not a problem. If your Guide is ok, you can write your thesis in English. We have individual doctorate, where you can contact FU professors and if professor is agreed, then you can take admission and start your Ph.D. at FU. Then we have Dahlem research school where we have structured doctoral program and there we offer scholarship at Ph.D., PostDoc, and Junior Professorship levels. But they always have defined theme, where they accept applications. It’s very strict selection procedure over there. Its 5 levels of selection and we offer scholarship which inspire students where they can work with FU professors for 3 months and hope that they will come back at FU as the PhD candidate. And we also have 3 months scholarship f...
Joseph H. H. Weiler (European University Institute Florence) Mattias Kumm (WZB Berlin Social Science Center/Humboldt University Berlin/New York University) Russell A. Miller (Washington and Lee University) Marta Cartabia (Justice of the Constitutional Court of Italy) Maximilian Steinbeis (Verfassungsblog) Fernando Muñoz León (Austral University of Chile) Matthias Goldmann (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law Heidelberg)
The Berlin Mathematical School (BMS) is a joint graduate school of the mathematics departments of the three major Berlin universities, TU Berlin, FU Berlin, and HU Berlin. Get your math PhD in Berlin - Fast track program: 4–5 years from Bachelor’s degree to PhD - Broad range of courses - Pure and applied mathematics - Course program in English - Scholarships available - Funding for conferences and summer schools - Mentoring program and soft-skills training - Funding for students with children Do you want to know more about the BMS? Visit: http://www.math-berlin.de Do you want to know more about the admission process? Visit: http://www.math-berlin.de/application
Susan Ness Vice Chair of the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Program in Berlin for the 60th Anniversary of the German-American Fulbright Commission talks about her function and the importance and future of the program. www.fulbright.de/
http://www.akg.com/scholarshipofsound - Expert Andreas Schneider talking about his involvement at the 2nd edition of AKG Scholarship of Sound. These experts will run the student session at Scholarship 2011: Carl Craig - DJ, producer, electronic music icon Ewan Pearson - DJ, producer, writer Stefan Betke - producer, mastering engineer Adam Marshall - DJ, producer, label owner Scott Monteith (Deadbeat) - DJ, producer Philip Sherburne - Journalist, musician, DJ Dominik Biba - AKG engineer, audio engineer Rene Rennefeld - lecturer, producer, songwriter, A&R for SonyBMG Schneiders Büro - high end analog electronic synthesizer shop Scholarship of Sound 2011 10 young students from across Europe have the chance to take part at the AKG Scholarship of Sound 2011 taking place in B...
My plan for the trip is to produce a radio programme about Russians living in Germany whose Russian language skills ultimately get affected by their usage of German language. I will use this case study as the basis for my master’s thesis focusing on how the study of any foreign language affects native language skills.
Social Impact Start Eastern Europe is a social start-up scholarship for social entrepreneurs from Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Russia.The selected participants take part in a social start-up in-residence accelerator program at the Social Impact Lab in Berlin, Germany.
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Click on this link for a video chat with the head of DAAD India who talks about how to study in Germany, options to study in Germany for Indians, the German education system also top 5 reasons of why study in Germany, details of a PhD in Germany, how to apply for a PhD, eligibility for MSc in Germany, Engineering in Germany. She also talks about the university ranking system in Germany and which is the best university, how to apply for scholarships and much more Title – How to Study in Germany For Free - Scholarships in Germany for Indian Students Part 1 1. 0:27 German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – the number of students financed, the offices around India and the world. DAAD is one of the largest funding organisation in the world 2. 1:37 Top 5 reasons of Why Study in Germany – pros of...