Submission Deadline: July 31, 2022
The 2022 DAAD Helmut Schmidt Program in Germany is accepting applications; it is a fully financed research scholarship grant available to all international applicants.
Future leaders can take master’s-level courses in fields with particular relevance to social, political, and economic development through the scholarship program. These courses prepare them for leadership roles in or for their home regions and help to establish democratically oriented economic and social structures that aim to eliminate social inequalities.
Benefits for applying: Scholarships for master’s programs in German higher education institutions, presently worth €931 per month.
German health insurance coverage
Amounts sufficient for travel between Germany and the relevant underdeveloped nations
a grant for research and study
Rent assistance and any necessary family stipends
German language instruction that came before, lasting up to six months. The participation is required.
All applications must be submitted in either English or German.
Only fill out the “Application for a research/study scholarship” section of the DAAD application form once, and specify the master’s degree or courses you have chosen, making sure to make your first and second choices very clear.
If you’re requesting admission to two master’s programs: one application and one letter of recommendation for both master’s programs
motivation. You must provide a thorough justification for selecting each master’s program and setting priorities in your letter.
Please send the needed documentation and the application form to the two master’s programs of your choice (see below). Only master’s course applications are accepted for scholarships.
graduates from underdeveloped nations (bachelor or equivalent)
with a first university degree in an area such as the social and political sciences, law, economics, public policy, or administration, typically with high qualifications
able to demonstrate their readiness to actively contribute to the social, political, and economic development of their native nations or regions through prior practical experience (work experience, internships, political/social commitment)