The DAAD has selected 30 students, researchers and professionals as Young Ambassadors for 2018-19. DAAD Young Ambassadors are essentially young people who have either studied, done research in Germany and are keen to promote Germany as a destination for higher education. The Young Ambassadors 2018 kick-off meet will take place in New Delhi from 23 – 25 August 2018.
Dr. Nusrat Jahan Imu, senior lecturer from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of Daffodil International University received a DAAD Material Resource Grant. Dr. Imu has been a DAAD scholar at the TH Köln.
Dr. Ram Kulkarni, Assistant Professor at Symbiosis School of Biological Sciences, Symbiosis International University, received a DAAD Material Resources Grant. Dr. Kulkarni has been a DAAD research scholar in Jena, Germany.
To further strengthen cooperation on scientific and academic research between Germany and Sri Lanka, the DAAD and the NSF have launched a new Joint Mobility Program for Project-Related Personal Exchange.
In order to explore the possibilities of cooperation and a university partnership, Prof. Dr. med. Ralf Weigel (Peace Springer Endowed Professorship for Global Child Health) and Dr. Marzellus Hofmann (Vice Dean for Teaching at the Faculty of Health) from the University of Witten / Herdecke (UW / H) visited the Khesar Gyalpo University of Medical Sciences of Bhutan (KGUMSB) along with DAAD officials on a fact-finding mission.
DAAD Research Ambassador Dr. Arvind A. Natu (Professor of Chemistry at IISER Pune) was awarded with the prestigious “Bundesverdienstkreuz”, Germany’s Cross of the Order of Merit by the Consul General of Germany in Mumbai, Dr. Jürgen Morhard.
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You've been to Germany for study or research? You loved it?
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Then become a DAAD Young Ambassador!
Young Ambassadors are students or young professionals who have studied or carried out research at a university or research institute in Germany (or are still doing that!) and are interested in promoting education in Germany.
On behalf of the German Academic Exchange Service - DAAD the Centre for International Capacity Development at University of Siegen is organizing the International DAAD Alumni Expert Seminar “Management of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene linked with Nutrition security for Sustainable Development (WASH-NUT)” at Pokhara Nepal, 3 - 14 September 2018
You are an international science journalist and interested in the working life of the future?
Apply now for the “Research in Germany” press tour on the future of work!
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) invites a delegation of 15 international science journalists on a press tour to Germany on the future of work from 21 to 26 October 2018.
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