Information talk: Scholarships for studying in Germany

Visit Germany for studying, research or internships! Come to a German Academic Exchange Service information talk:
When? Wednesday, Oct. 29, at 4.30 p.m.
Where? Gilman Hall 308
Who? Visiting Professor Hanno Balz will provide you with inside information on Germany, possibilities for scholarships, and much more.

  • Did you know that education in Germany, the world's fourth largest economy, is free? And it's a place with a high standard of living while costs of living are considerably cheaper than in U.S. cities.
  • Did you know that the German Academic Exchange Service financially supported more than 1,700 students from the U.S. in 2010?
  • Did you know that Germany is the fifth most popular destination for international students? You don't have to know German to get around, and there are even university programs in English!

You might know that Germany offers cutting-edge and dynamic research opportunities and world-renowned educational programs on undergraduate and graduate levels. ... and you most likely have heard about the internationally acclaimed cultural scene in Berlin and other German cities. Even the other European hotspots like Prague, Paris, Amsterdam, and London are just a few hours away.

More in-depth information on ways to apply for scholarships and the programs offered by the German Academic Exchange Service will be provided on this information talk.

For further questions or if you are interested in information brochures, feel free to contact Hanno Balz at the JHU History Department: