Research Internships and Study Abroad Scholarships

Please consider the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship program for study, research and internships in Germany.  The DAAD offers a wide variety of funding opportunities for students including summer research internships for students in the sciences.  Please share the following information with your students and colleagues.

DAAD RISE: Research Internships in Science and Engineering

  • Competitive summer internship program for students in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Sciences and Engineering
  • Students work with research groups at universities and top research institutions
  • Length of program is 2-3 months during summer term
  • Working Language is English
  • Scholars receive stipends from DAAD to help cover living expenses while partner institutions provide housing
  • Over 300 students are awarded annually

DAAD Undergraduate Scholarship:  Study abroad scholarship for students with strong research or academic interest in Germany

  • Competitive scholarship to support 4-10 months of study in Germany
  • Scholars receive monthly stipend plus funds to help defray travel, research and health insurance expenses
  • Applicants should have sophomore or junior standing at time of application.
  • Students should be able to demonstrate a clear interest in contemporary German and European affairs

 Important Dates:

                December 2, 2014Information Session at 12:30pm in MGH 171

January  15, 2015

January 31, 2015– Deadline for Undergraduate Scholarship

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