BSUPC held the meeting with and German Academic Exchange Service representative

During the meeting, Alexander Zintl, the representative of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), shared information about the possibility of internships in German universities for BSUPC professors, master’s degree students, PhD students, and young scientists. The event took place on October 29 at the University Council Hall.During the meeting Mr. Zintl presented a various amount of scholarship programs: summer courses, study tours, educational programs teaching.

The DAAD joint organization includes 238 partner universities with 19.500 educational programs.

The main requirement for candidates is a good command of German or English languages. Students, graduates within six years after graduation, as well as teachers and scientists can apply for scholarships. Documents for scholarship can be applied by students, graduate students within six years after graduation, so as professors and scientists.

The applicant must select the educational program individually. In case of any questions, as well as deadlines for submitting documents, can be found on the official website of the organization.

For more information please, visit an official Minsk DAAD Information Centre (

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The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the largest organization in the world that promotes international students and scientists academic exchange. Since its establishing in 1925, DAAD has provided scholarships to more than 1.9 million people in Germany and abroad.

Each year, around 100,000 Germans and foreigners worldwide receive financial support from DAAD by participating in more than 250 programs.