“Germany is a beautiful place with nice landscapes, cities and, of course, Octoberfest… But talking about work and study experience, if people have been abroad, they are improving their knowledge and can be really good researchers and students,” said Dr. Heiko Marten.
DAAD Information Centre offices are located all over the world and one of them is in Riga. DAAD Information Centre aim is to promote exchanges between Germany and the world. Dr. Heiko Marten believes in mutual exchange significance, so this is the main aspect he was representing during the informative seminar.
By choosing studies and research in Germany, people gain a great opportunity for
wide choice of high-quality provided study programmes. Approximately 10% of all study programmes are available in English, thereby it’s possible to realize DAAD scholarship offer without knowledge of German. Dr. Heiko Marten shared valuable examples of prosperous residences in Germany while using DAAD offered academic experience. Deciding on aspects where to live, it’s better to choose smaller cities than the big ones due to the huge difference of living costs. Also you can consider combining studies with work.
Give your academic experience a boost and get acquainted to DAAD offer! Application deadlines for 2020/2021 academic year are Autumn 2019 (exact date for respective scholarship you can find on the website www.daad.lv).
VUAS is proud to announce that one of our students Zenija Minka was nominated as DAAD scholarship holder and has earned an opportunity to study in Germany. At this very moment she has successfully settled in Germany and started her studies in university of Saarbrucken. Find out more about her experience in our next article!