Do you lack the funding required to conduct research study abroad? Then, this opportunity is for you! Apply now for the DAAD GSSP Scholarships for International Students at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain in Germany for the academic year 2022-2023.
This scholarship is backed by DAAD and is offered to international research students that want to undertake their studies at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain. The school will choose candidates and will provide them tuition fees, stipends, travel allowances, medical insurance, etc.
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Amazing opportunity for overseas students in Germany.
The selected students will be provided the following benefits during their study periods at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain:
scholarship installments of € 1,200 per month;
travel allowance to and from Germany
payments towards health, accident, and personal liability insurance cover
a research allowance of € 460 resp. €230 (from developed countries) per year
under certain circumstances, grant holders may receive the following additional benefits such as monthly rent subsidy, monthly allowance for accompanying family members (about € 200 child allowance per child and about € 275 marriage allowance)
a German language course (if desired and possible with respect to the starting date of the scholarship)
a material resource and supervision allowance of currently € 1,000 per year, which is paid upon application to your supervisor’s lab
How to Apply: Students are required to have submitted an online admission application. The school’s committee will then shortlist students for the scholarship.
Supporting Documents: The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
Letter of motivation
Transcripts of records for your bachelor’s and master’s degrees
Certificates/diplomas of studies completed
Admission Requirements: Students must hold relevant bachelor or master qualifications and must have a strong research proposal.
Language Requirement: The students must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
TOEFL: Internet-based test: 94. Paper-based test:
IELTS (Academic): 0(computer-based tests in a local testing center, paper-based, or taken online)