International higher education fairs enable prospective students to interact directly with representatives of German higher education institutions and research organisations. It's worth dropping by if a higher education fair is taking place near you: personal encounters open up many possibilities.
International higher education fairs offer international students a good way to find out more about the higher education landscape in Germany. Various higher education institutions present themselves and their range of courses and provide information about their aims and the contents and methodologies of individual subjects. Such education fairs also provide an opportunity to interact directly with students, lecturers and professors. Many questions can be addressed in personal conversations that are not so easy to answer online: for example about degree programmes, admission requirements or the recognition of certificates.
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Graduate Career Consortium Annual Conference
Interested in doing a PhD or Post-Doc in Germany?
Looking for an appropriate programme and funding opportunities?
Ready to take the next step in your career?
Join the “Research in Germany” team at the “Graduate Career Consortium (GCC) Annual Conference” in New Orleans and visit the “Research in Germany”-information booth.
Find out more about:
Funding opportunities – several options that are available to you in the German research environment
PhD programmes – discover the different paths to achieve your goal
Grand programmes – find out how you can apply for and receive grants
Practical advice – all you need to know about moving to and living in Germany
Join the “Research in Germany”-Team and visit the exhibition „The German Research Landscape“, as well as the open house of the Goethe Institute (GI) and the DAAD-Information Centre in Shanghai!
At the exhibition you can make yourself familiar with research and innovation in Germany in an uncomplicated manner. The exhibition comprises of 21 images, in which facts and figures are presented graphically to a broader audience. The exhibition will be opened by the director of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Information Centre in Shanghai, Ms. Sakine Weikert. Alongside the opening reception she will also give an introduction into academic career possibilites in Germany.
The daad.de website is only available in English and German. However the DAAD is located worldwide with several offices abroad. Please visit the websites of our offices abroad for country-specific information also in local languages.