If you are a student from a developing country interested in studying at the University of Stuttgart, take a look at two of its master’s programmes which are fully funded by German
Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – one of the world’s largest funding organizations for the international exchange of students and researchers. The master’s in ‘Infrastructure Planning’ and ‘Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design’ are the two programmes at the university supported under DAAD funding scheme called ‘Development-Related Postgraduate Courses’.
* This funding scheme seeks candidates who have relevant academic and professional experience to succeed in these master’s programmes as well as demonstrative motivation to use the new knowledge and skills to support development.
* Given the lack of opportunities available to women and members of disadvantaged groups, this scheme especially targets them for admission.
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award:
* 750 Euros in monthly stipend
* Return travel allowance on the most economic route
* Research allowance
* Rent subsidy (if the rent exceeds a certain percentage of total stipend)
* Health insurance.
* Successful candidates still have to pay an administrative and social fee of about 170 Euros per semester from their stipend
Duration of Program: 2 years
How to Apply: Visit link below.