Studying in Germany

WHERE DO I START? German University Alliance is a consortium of two universities. There are a lot of options for North American students to study in Germany besides Berlin and Munich, however at GUA, you can find out about courses at FUB as well as LMU. We think that most importantly, you should spend some

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Post Doc Opportunities

FUB Dahlem Research School offers 18 Post Doc fellowships in two funding lines – 6 COFUND-2014 and 12 POINT-REGAIN-2014. Starting in Spring 2014, each research fellowship will be awarded for 18 months. Applicants have to submit a project plan based around the research fields/ key topics of the participating Excellence Projects or Focus Areas. Link

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Degree Programs

Undergraduate An undergraduate degree program is a study program that leads to the student’s first degree or diploma for higher education. This category includes Bachelor’s degree programs, but also programs toward the state exam (Staatsexamen), Diplom or Magister degrees. Master’s degree programs, by contrast, are always graduate programs, which means that admission always requires that

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Master Programs

FUB PROGRAMS Click here for the 2012-2013 Masters Brochure and Joint Master’s Programs. FU Berlin also has a range of Master’s Programs that are taught in English. LMU PROGRAMS English and German Master Programs at LMU NEW PROGRAMS New Master Programs Announced at FUB (taught in english) Environmental Policy & Planning To Read More About

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Study at LMU

Study at LMU LMU Munich attracts a great number of highly motivated international students every year – 15 percent of its 44,000 students come from countries other than Germany. Some 6,500 students from abroad pursue a degree here, while some additional 500 students spend a semester or two at LMU Munich as exchange students from

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