July 22nd, 2017
News from DAAD USA
We are back from our summer break and ready to bring you the latest 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! 
Important Dates

August 25th-27th, 2017, San Francisco: 17th Annual GAIN Conference
September 21st, 2017, Washington, D.C.: European Research Day

Upcoming Application Deadlines

September 15th, 2017: EMGIP-Bundestag Internship
September 29th, 2017: Short-Term Lectureship

DAAD Scholarships and Grants
Finance your Stay in Germany
New DAAD Grant and Funding Brochure 2018/2019

Order your copy now for a complete overview of DAAD funding for North Americans, plus information about other organizations and opportunities for study, research and internships in Germany. Our new brochure features many resources available for you to explore.

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Work at the German Parliament - Undergrad & Grad Students
EMGIP-Bundestag Internship

EMGIP (Émigré Memorial German Internship Program) offers internship opportunities for U.S. and Canadian students in the German parliament, the Bundestag. The internships are two months long and student interests are matched with the position. Application Deadline: September 15, 2017.

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Events
German Academic International Network
GAIN Conference in San Francisco, Aug 25-27

Calling all academics interested in working in Germany!
The Annual GAIN Conference in San Francisco (Aug 25-27) offers postdocs, researchers, and assistant professors from all fields opportunities to learn about academic careers in Germany. Participation grants are available to German-speaking researchers interested in a career in Germany.


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Save the Date
European Research Day Washington, D.C., Sep 21st, 2017

European researchers outside of Europe meet, discuss and exchange concepts about their research projects, professional and personal experience in their respective diasporas and overall career path. The event presents a unique networking opportunity to meet researchers from your current region, advance your career, and explore collaboration opportunities.

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Higher Education in Germany
Congratulations!
DAAD Award Winners 2017

Our scholarship award winners have distinguished themselves through their study and research proposals and receive the opportunity to pursue their endeavors supported by DAAD scholarships and grants. Click below for this year's successful candidates.


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Living in Germany
University Cities
Göttingen - A Student Town Rich in Tradition

Göttingen calls itself the “city of knowledge” – and for good reason. It is home to one of the oldest universities in Germany. Its famous alumni include the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss and the politician Otto von Bismarck. Although Göttingen is proud of its traditions, it has remained a young and hip city.

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In Profile
DAAD Award Winner
David Rice

David Rice is a writer and animator based in New York, who spent a year studying in Berlin with the support of a DAAD Study Scholarship grant. His interests cluster around horror, noir, SF, and the grotesque. He recently published his first novel, A Room in Dodge City and just finished a second, called Angel House while also working on a feature film.

Fun Fact
Did you know...

...that German universities offer many support services to young parents to help them manage their studies and family life

Learn more about child care and how German universities support student parents.



Application Tip #5
How do I write my study/research proposal?


A study/research proposal is required when you apply for a DAAD scholarship. This letter gives you the chance to describe your personality and the reasons why you are applying for a DAAD funding.

Our website features information that will help you write an informative proposal.



Editorial Details

Dr. Nina Lemmens, Director DAAD New York
Katrin Kempiners, Peter Kerrigan, Editors

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