February 16, 2019
News from DAAD USA
Stay up to date on DAAD's activities in the US - from news about scholarship programs to opportunities for study and research in Germany. Fun facts, tips on living in Germany, and application advice for scholarships included! 
DAAD Programs, Scholarships, and Grants
Call for Applications
Germany Today Tour, June 23rd-28th, 2019

DAAD invites representatives from universities, research institutions, and funding agencies in the United States and Canada to join us for our “Germany Today” Information Tour 201 9 on "Internationalization of Universities in an Increasingly Complex World."  Apply by March 15th, 2019.

Call for Applications
DAAD Postdoctoral Fellows at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University

The Paul H. Nitze School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS) is pleased to announce the opportunity for outstanding scholars to conduct research in Washington, D.C. on “The United States, Europe, and World Order.” During the academic year 2019-2020, six post-doctoral fellowships will be awarded for a ten month period. Apply by March 15th, 2019.

Research in Germany
European Career Fair, February 16th-17th

Meet our delegation of over 30 German universities and research institutions at the European Career Fair in Cambridge, MA. This is your opportunity to learn about PhD and postdoctoral positions in one of Europe’s most advanced research nations! Register TODAY for an informative and dynamic workshop on February 17th on the German research landscape, career paths, and funding opportunities in Germany.

UN International Mother Language Day
Diversity and Multilingualism in a Megacity

On February 21st , UN International Mother Language Day, join DWIH NY, University of Cologne New York Office, NYU, and the German Consulate for a workshop and panel discussion on multilingualism in megacities. Explore how to empower mother languages and sustain linguistic diversity. Register here!
In Profile
In Profile
Meet DAAD Visiting Professor Christian Martin

Christian Martin is the Chair of Comparative Politics at the University of Kiel. He currently holds the Max Weber Chair in German and European Studies at New York University. Christian has published on the effects of globalization for electoral participation, the incentive to adopt more proportional voting systems in a highly globalized environment, and, most recently, the substitution of policy instruments in processes of international policy diffusion.
Living in Germany
Music to our Ears
Opera Houses of World Renown

The art of opera has its origins in Italy during the Renaissance period, after which it spread quickly across Europe and later across the globe. This list of the top opera houses includes The Metropolitan Opera in New York and The Semper Opera House in Dresden. If you find yourselves in either of these two cities, be sure to visit these spectacular sights!

30 Under 30 Europe
Student Living Costs
Forbes 30 under 30 Europe 2019

Forbes released the fourth edition of its annual 30 under 30 Europe list. This year's list features 300 talented young people across 10 categories who are transforming how industries work and are creating the future today. This year's group represents 34 European countries and 22 non-European countries, including several honorees from Germany.

Internship Opportunities
Internship Opportunities
GAIN Summer Internships 2019

We are currently accepting applications for two summer internships at our New York office. The internships involve assisting with organizing the 19th Annual GAIN Conference of German Researchers - the largest forum for German PhD students, postdocs, and professors working in North Americ a. Apply by March 28th.

Study in Germany
Summer Schools and Internships in Germany

Are you interested in spending your summer in Germany? Join this interactive webinar and find out more about summer courses in the humanities at the University of Duisburg-Essen and research internships in various disciplines at the Technical University Munich (TUM).

Study in Germany
Webinar Archive

Missed out on a webinar? You can find all past webinar presentations and recordings in our archive here .
Application Tip #74
How can I find English-language degree programs in Germany?

You can visit the daad.de website and narrow your search to programs in English. There are several other search functions that will enable you to find the right program for you.

Fun Fact
What do you think...

...is the oldest, continuously-operated brewery in the world?

(Stay tuned for the answer will appear in next week's newsletter!)
HTW Berlin

The English-language Master in Project Management & Data Science at the HTW Berlin will enable you to manage high-level international projects as well as analyse and interpret big data. Join us at HTW Berlin and study in one of the most interesting cities in the world: http://mpmd.htw-berlin.de/

Learn more  here.
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