Penn undergraduates: If you are interested in participating in a relief tent Senior Design project with the REACT team, please contact Professor Karen Winey (firstname.lastname@example.org) during the spring term before your Senior year.
DAAD German Academic Exchange Service
Funds one full year of study in any subject for a master’s degree or an independent research project at an institution in Germany. German language proficiency expected for social science and humanities degrees or projects, but not for STEM or arts fields.
Penn Deadline: October 15, 2019
Penn’s Application Process
The DAAD Scholarship accepts applications from institutions – students and alumni may not apply independently. To apply through Penn, you must complete the following steps by Penn’s Internal Deadline of October 15, 2019
- Applications consist of the application form, supplementary materials (if relevant), CV/resume, study proposal, 1 letter of recommendation, evidence of contact with German institution, German language form, and transcripts which should be submitted to the DAAD Online Portal (https://portal.daad.de/irj/portal)
- Beginning this year, DAAD will no longer require paper copies of the application, EXCEPT the signed reference form. A copy of this form must be submitted to Penn’s DAAD coordinator (Ms. Bridget Rothera, email@example.com) in the Graduate Division of Arts and Sciences.
- Additional advising is available from CURF.