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Regional offices and information centres

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The DAAD has a worldwide network of offices and information centres where prospective students can access all the information they need for studying in Germany.

The DAAD has 15 regional offices and 56 information centres in 60 countries. Advisors in almost all regions of the world help international students, academics and researchers to plan their studies in Germany. If you are interested, you can visit a regional office in person or enquire by telephone or e-mail. Our staff will be happy to help you with any questions you may have about studying in Germany.

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