“Meet the Germans” – Study and Research Opportunities in Germany for Australian Students and Researchers

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Interested in doing a Masters, PhD, Post-Doc or Research Fellowship in Germany? Looking for an appropriate programme and funding opportunities? Ready to take the next step in your career?
 
This event is an excellent opportunity for students, graduates and professionals to learn about the many academic career choices in Germany (graduate studies, doctoral studies, junior researcher, postdoctoral studies, visiting academic, and more).
Find out about:
·         Masters and PhD programmes – discover the different paths to achieving your goal
·         Grant programmes – find out how you can apply for and receive grants
·         Funding opportunities – the good news is there are several options available to you in the German research environment
·         Practical advice – all you need to know about moving to and living in Germany
 
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the world’s largest funding organisation for the international exchange of students and researchers, funding over 100,000 persons per year. Since its foundation in 1925, DAAD has funded the academic mobility of over 2 million scholars around the globe.
 
The ANUCES is an initiative involving six ANU Colleges (Arts & Social Sciences; Law; Business & Economics; Asia & the Pacific; Medicine, Biology & Environment, and Engineering & Computer Science) co-funded by ANU and the European Union.
 
Registration required
by Friday 29 September
 
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Presented by
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ANU College of
Arts & Social Sciences

Date & time

3–4pm 4 Oct 2017

Location

The Nye Hughes Room ANU Centre for European Studies The Australian National University Building #67C, 1 Liversidge Street Acton ACT 2601

Speakers

Professor Dr Joybrato Mukherjee - President of Justus Liebig University Gießen, Vice-President of DAAD
Mr Stefan Bienefeld - Head of Division Development Cooperation and Transregional Programmes, DAAD

Contacts

ANU Centre for European Studies
02 6125 9896

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