The DAAD publishes regularly brochures and magazines on studying in Germany.

On this page you will find some of these brochures as a PDF version, which you can download.

If you are interested in a printed version of the publications mentioned here, you can drop by our office.

Study and Research in Germany - Annotated Weblinks

Annotated collection of links on opportunities for studying, doing research or doctorates in Germany, on funding organisations and foundations, as well as general information on Germany.

Click here to download the brochure.

Map of Germany - Time for discovery!

Map of Germany for international students and PhD candidates/

- For the map - click here.

- For the Back cover - click here

Studying in Germany - A Practical Guide for International Students

Practical information on studying in Germany: Preparing for your study visit (selecting a university, admission, financing, application, entering Germany, accommodation), getting started in Germany (International Office, enrolling, taking care of formalities), making your stay a success (making contacts, learning German, working)

To download the brochure, click here.

Studying in Germany - A Good Choice for Your Child

 

Answers to 15 frequently asked questions for parents whose children are considering Germany as a place to study abroad.

To download the brochure,

- English version, click here.

- Arabic version, click here.

A Guide for Doctoral Candidates

This brochure is for (future) international doctoral candidates and it shows the different ways to do a PhD in Germany.

It explains the formal requirements, gives practical tips for selecting the right supervisor or doctoral programme and presents funding and financing options.

 

This brochure is available for download here.

Funding your Research in Germany

The brochure presents 47 funding programmes of selected research (funding) organizations such as the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Service, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, the Max Planck Society, the Helmholtz Association and the Leibniz Association as well as some European scholarship programmes. It is aimed at international doctoral candidates, postdocs and experienced scientists interested in a research stay in Germany.

For the brochure, click here.

Further Information material

For more brochures, magazines and information material on studying and conducting research in Germany, please visit the DAAD website.