German Scholarships, Awards, Assistantships and Exchanges
National Centre for Research on Europe: University of Canterbury. Masters/doctoral scholarships and awards.
Students working on a thesis on a European-related topic are encouraged to apply for scholarships and awards offered by the NCRE, which offers Domestic Fees Scholarships on a competitive basis and Research Awards to support bona fide research or conference expenses. Applications must contain a thesis proposal (1000 words for a Master's thesis, 2000 words for a Ph.D. thesis), and indication of support from the prospective supervising department, an official university academic record and a curriculum vitae. Applications normally close in September for the following year. For further information, contact the Centre's Director, Professor Martin Holland, and consult the Centre's web-page.
Scholarships of the DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst)
- DAAD Wintercourse in German Language and Culture
- DAAD Semester Scholarships for Students of German
- DAAD Full-Year Scholarship for young graduates of all academic disciplines
Austrian Scholarships for students, graduates, and young scientists
Scholarships offered by the Austrian Exchange Service (Österreichischer Austauschdienst).
The Landesstiftung Baden-Württemberg is awarding scholarships for students at universities and other higher education institutions in the State of Baden-Württemberg, and likewise at universities outside Germany that have cooperative arrangements with Baden-Württemberg universities. The exchange programme with the University of Konstanz makes students of the University of Canterbury eligible for these scholarships.
Teaching Assistantships at German high schools (Gymnasien, Realschulen)