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DAAD Regional Office Cairo

The Cairo office offers consultation on scholarships and funding possibilities and also holds various cultural activities and events, such as lectures and conferences.

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  • Regional Office Cairo

    11 Street El-Saleh Ayoub Cairo-Zamalek
    Telephone: +20 2 27 35 27 26
    Fax: +20 2 27 38 41 36
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The Center for Lifelong Learning (C3L) at the University of Oldenburg (Germany), DAAD and HRK are happy to inform you that the Call for Applications for the next DIES-Training Course UNILEAD 2023 is out now. For more information as well as the official call, please visit this website.

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Due to technical problems, the DAAD application portal is currently out of service. We apologize for any inconveniences that this might cause and are already working on a solution.

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"Prof. Dr Mahfouz Kassem Scholarship" is currently open for applications! Click here to find out more about the programme and your opportunities to apply.

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Das so genannte „Wafedin“-Stipendium der ägyptischen Regierung wird an deutsche Studierende vergeben, die in Ägypten Arabischkenntnisse erwerben oder verbessern wollen und ihren Aufenthalt mit einer Gasthörerschaft an einer staatlichen Universität verbinden wollen.

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DAAD Kairo Akademie

The DAAD Kairo Akademie, offers a variety of modules targeting different groups such as prospective applicants for scholarship programmes, postdocs, alumni, scholarship holders as well as for academics in general.

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My GUIDE helps you find the right study programme in Germany

Based on your academic background and interests, My GUIDE will find suitable study programmes for you. Check your entrance qualification and contact your favourite university.

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University Cooperation

German universities, as is the case all over the world, have broad networks of international partners. Through cooperation programmes among higher education institutions, DAAD supports German universities in expanding these networks.

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Water scarcity triggers fierce competition — also in Germany

Climate change threatens to dry up the planet and the global water crisis sees the competition for water becoming ever more fierce. Conflicts over the scarce commodity are increasing everywhere. Even in Germany.

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