1. Master of Science in International Health (MScIH) from Charité University of Berlin
Charité is a medical school affiliated with Humboldt University and the Free University of Berlin. After the merger of the fourth campus in 2003, Charité became the largest university hospital in Europe. Charité has a staff of more than 200 professors and 4000 highly qualified specialist doctors covering all fields and specialties.
The Master of Science in International Health study programme is part of the tropEd European Network for Education in International Health. It is a flexible modular programme which may be studied full-time over one year or part-time over a period of four to five years, yielding 60 ECTS credit points for academic achievements and awards an additional 30 ECTS for relevant professional experience. Graduates will receive the degree of “Master of Science in International Health” issued by Charité — Universitätsmedizin Berlin. The MScIH may be combined with the Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Public Health and/or the Diploma in International Public Health. In order to accommodate students from all over the world, the teaching language is English. check link for more information and how to apply
2. Master of Science in International Health (MScIH) from University of Heidelberg
Common name: University of Heidelberg. Official name: Robert Karl University in Heidelberg. It is a German public research university located in Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Founded in 1386, it is the oldest university in Germany and the fourth oldest in the Holy Roman Empire.
The Master of Science in International Health (MScIH) focuses on poverty-related health problems in low and middle income countries. The programme aims to provide students with a solid foundation in international public health principles and to equip them with the knowledge and competencies necessary to run and initiate sustainable programmes for disease control, health promotion, and health services development across a wide range of populations and countries. check link for more information and how to apply
3. Master of Laws in Intellectual Property and Competition Law from Munich Intellectual Property Law Center
The Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC) is a center for both research and education in intellectual property,founded in 2003 and based in Munich, Germany.The MIPLC is a project of the George Washington University Law School and three German partner-institutions: the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law, the University of Augsburg, and the Technische Universität München (TUM).It offers an English-language LL.M. program on Intellectual Property and Competition Law.
The MIPLC furthermore organizes scientific conferences and IP training programs. It also offers Ph.D. programs for selected LL.M. graduates.
As matters relating to intellectual property play an important role in the fields of science, technology, business and the arts, the need for expertise in intellectual property issues steadily increases. No matter what your profession or educational training, in the course of your work you will have come across the multifaceted and fascinating nature of IP in action.
The various aspects of IP law and related areas of competition law may seem independent of each other at first glance. However, in daily practice, especially when dealing with multinational clients, it quickly becomes apparent that they are highly interconnected. To cite just one example, in order to strategically manage an IP portfolio, one must have both a firm grasp of various areas of IP law as well as an understanding of the relevant markets.
Whereas in the past such knowledge was divided among several departments within a company or various experts within a law firm, the complexity of modern IP transactions now demands that each person involved on a project or case possess well-rounded knowledge of IP related issues. This know-how improves the internal processes of communication, the image of the business and, last but not least, the finished “product”.check link for more information and how to apply
4. Master’s Renewable Energy ( Postgraduate Programme Renewable Energy – PPRE from oldenburg university)
The Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg (German: Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg) is a university located in Oldenburg, Germany. It is one of the most important and highly regarded educational facilities in northwestern Germany and specialises in interdisciplinary & sustainable development studies and renewable energy studies with focus on solar and wind energy.
The university offers 95 courses of study. Due to the Bologna Process, in 2004 Oldenburg adopted Bachelor and Masters degrees in place of the former Diplom and Magister. One main focus of the university is the schooling of teachers, which was established during the 1970s and remains a strong profile, with master’s degrees for teaching offered in all faculties. The PhD program Didactical reconstruction is especially renowned, as is the research in sustainable development, encompassing several academic disciplines. The university is also allowed to confer Doctorates and oversee Habilitations.
The campus is split into two locations, the major one being Uhlhornsweg, where the main library, the mensa and the administration along with most of the departments is housed. Having used the buildings of the former teaching college during the first years, the main buildings of the university were inaugurated in 1982, with ongoing extensions since then, including the main lecture hall in 2001. The Wechloy campus, also first opened in 1982, is home to the studies of natural sciences as well as the library of natural sciences.
As part of the Universities Excellence Initiative, the university was awarded a Cluster of Excellence for its initiative Hearing4all. The cluster deals with research into the improvement of speech understanding in background noise and has a funding of €34 million.
The Postgraduate Programme in Renewable Energy (PPRE) has been offered by the Physics Department at the University of Oldenburg since 1987. Over 500 students from over 85 countries (particularly from Africa, Asia, Central and South America, but also from Germany and other industrialised countries) have successfully completed this 24 month degree programme. The overarching objective of PPRE is to teach students the fundamental principles and applications of renewable energy sources; special attention is paid to the possibilities for application in developing countries.
Technical focuses include: teaching the physical foundations of renewable energy systems, technical implementation and economic conditions for the use of renewable energies, practical testing of components, decentralised energy supply systems, analysis and planning, concrete decentralised energy supply projects (case studies), contacts with firms and institutions in the area of utilising renewable energy sources.check link for more information and how to apply
5. Master’s Hydro Science and Engineering from Technical University of Dresden
is a public research university, the largest institute of higher education in the city of Dresden, the largest university in Saxony and one of the 10 largest universities in Germany with 37,134 students as of 2013.[It ranks among the best universities of engineering and technology in Germany.
The name Technische Universität Dresden has only been used since 1961; the history of the university, however, goes back nearly 200 years to 1828. This makes it one of the oldest colleges of technology in Germany, and one of the country’s oldest universities, which in German today refers to institutes of higher education that cover the entire curriculum. The university is a member of TU9, a consortium of the nine leading German Institutes of Technology. The university is one of eleven German universities which succeeded in the Excellence Initiative in 2012, thus getting the title of a “University of Excellence”. The TU Dresden succeeded in all three rounds of the German Universities Excellence Initiative (Future Concept, Graduate Schools, Clusters of Excellence).
The students acquire profound knowledge in the areas of water management, natural resource management and related engineering issues. This master’s degree program is intended to appeal to students from developing and emerging countries, as the problems that arise there, such as drought, flooding or limited drinking water supplies, are among the many aspects that are discussed during their studies.
The Master’s course will be realized with the participation of the Department of Hydro Sciences, the Departments of Forest Sciences and Geosciences, the Faculty of Civil Engineering and the Center for Advanced Water Research (CAWR). check link for more information or how to apply
6. Master’s Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering – NHRE from Bauhaus University, Wiemar
The Bauhaus-Universität Weimar is a university located in Weimar, Germany, and specializes in the artistic and technical fields. Established in 1860 as the Great Ducal Saxon Art School, it gained collegiate status on 3 June 1910. In 1919 the school was renamed Bauhaus by its new director Walter Gropius and it received its present name in 1996. Approximately 4,000 students are enrolled at the university today. In 2010 the Bauhaus-Universität commemorated its 150th anniversary as an art school and college in Weimar.
In 2019 the university will be celebrating the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, together with partners all over the world.
The occurrence of an increasing number of natural hazards all over the world and their various effects on individuals, societies and modern economies is one of the major challenges for future decades. The master course in “Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering” faces this challenge by providing indispensable tools for taking into account those phenomena in the different design processes in civil engineering. Thereby, the master course aims at combining practical structural engineering with state-of-the-art concepts regarding computational mechanics, dynamics and probability theory/stochastic analysis. Consequently, the master course provides key qualifications for innovative work in the field of earthquake, flood and wind engineering and offers an international setting in which students will achieve both technical success and personal advancement.
Main areas covered by the master course in “Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering” are earthquake engineering and structural design, Geo- and hydrotechnical engineering, Finite element methods and structural dynamics, non-linear analysis of structures under extreme loading, stochastics and risk assessment, as well as disaster management and mitigation strategies. The course program covers, thereby, both theoretical and application orientated topics. check link for more information or how to apply
7. Master’s Tropical and International Forestry from University of Göttingen
The University of Göttingen, officially the Georg-August University of Göttingen, (German: Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, abbreviated GAU, known informally as Georgia Augusta) is a public research university in the city of Göttingen, Germany. Founded in 1734 by George II, King of Great Britain and Elector of Hanover, and starting classes in 1737, the Georgia Augusta was conceived to promote the ideals of the Enlightenment. It is the oldest university in the state of Lower Saxony and the largest in student enrollment, which stands at around 31,500.
Home to many noted figures, it represents one of Germany’s historic and traditional institutions. As of August 2018, 45 Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with the University of Göttingen as alumni, faculty members or researchers.
The University of Göttingen was previously supported by the German Universities Excellence Initiative, holds memberships to the U15 Group of major German research universities and to the Coimbra Group of major European research universities. Furthermore, the university maintains strong connections with major research institutes based in Göttingen, such as those of the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science and the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Scientific Community. With approximately 8 million media units, the Göttingen State and University Library ranks among the largest libraries in Germany.
The M.Sc. programme Tropical and International Forestry focuses on sustainable management and conservation of forest ecosystems worldwide, especially in the tropical and subtropical forests of developing or emerging countries. Graduates of the programme work in forest management all around the world, often in cooperation with international research and development organizations.
Along with the formal course-work, students gain intercultural work- and life-experience by interacting with international colleagues and professors. Experience has shown that personal and professional contact established during this MSc programme is an excellent way to expand the students’ professional network. check link for more information or how to apply
8. Master’s International Studies in Aquatic Tropical Ecology – ISATEC from University of Bremen
The University of Bremen is a German university, founded in 1971, with approximately 18,000 regular students and more than 3,500 scientists, the largest university in Bremen. The Times ranks it as one of the top 200 universities in the world. The University’s administrative budget in 2007 was approximately a quarter of a billion euros
InternationalStudiesinAquaticTropicalEcology The international M.Sc. study programme ISATEC is conducted jointly by the University of Bremen and the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT). ISATEC prepares young professionals for research and practical work related to the management and conservation of tropicalaquatic ecosystems and their resources. The courses are taught in English and follow the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The programme has been evaluated thrice (in 2002, 2007 and 2015) and was thereby qualified as “unique and very well-focused”.check link for more information or how to apply
9. Master’s Environmental Governance – MEG from University of Freiburg
The University of Freiburg was founded in Freiburg in 1457 by Archduke Austria Albert VI. The University has a long history of teaching humanities, social and natural sciences. In 2007 it was named one of the elite universities in Germany by the so-called Franchise Initiative, which is also a member of the Association of European Research Universities.
MEG is exceptional in its highly interdisciplinary approach: at its core it is social-scientific, but it provides students with basic ‘scientific literacy’ in the more technical aspects of pressing environmental challenges.
The programme has been developed with a clear ambition to be ranked among the top 10 international study programmes in the field of sustainability, society and environment worldwide.
About 35 students are selected each year based on criteria of excellence and geographical representation (industrialized countries, countries in transition, developing countries as well as geographic regions). The Programme targets future leaders with grand, innovative ideas about environmental governance arrangements beyond the traditional functional, structural and territorial boundaries (‘sustainability designers’). The ideal MEGie embraces and understands the complexities of sustainable development, but is also capable of finding ways to implement solutions in organisations, enterprises and administrations in a context-sensitive manner (‘sustainability facilitators’).check link for more information or how to apply
10. Master’s Tropical Hydrogeology and Environmental Engineering – TropHEE from Technical University Darmstadt
The Technische Universität Darmstadt (unofficially Technical University of Darmstadt or Darmstadt University of Technology), commonly referred to as TU Darmstadt, is a research university in the city of Darmstadt, Germany. It was founded in 1877 and received the right to award doctorates in 1899. In 1882, it was the first university in the world to set up a chair in electrical engineering. In 1883, the university founded the first faculty for electrical engineering and introduced the world’s first course of study in electrical engineering.In 2004, it became the first German university to be declared as an autonomous university. Nobel laureate Albert Einstein recommended this university.
The Darmstadt-based Tropical Tropical Geology and Enviromental Engineering (TropHEE) Master’s degree program aims to combine a broad understanding of geoscientific fundamentals with a special focus on application issues relevant to hydrogeology and environmental management. In particular, TropHEE focuses on methods and advanced techniques that enable participants to find ways of sustainable development of tropical and subtropical countries from a geoscientific point of view. Although within the broader framework of international development cooperation, TropHEE offers a comprehensive, research-oriented education in hydrogeology and environmental geoscientific science and engineering at the master’s level. check link for more information or how to apply
11. Master’s Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics from University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart
Stuttgart University of Technology for Applied Sciences – Hochschule für Technik is one of ten institutes of higher education in Stuttgart. Founded in 1832 as a school of artisans in the field of construction, it was opened as a university of applied sciences in 1971. The campus is located in the city center
a course of study consisting of 18 months intensive studies and research in the fields of photogrammetry, geoinformatics and remote sensing. It is tripartite in two semester consisting of lectures, practices and examinations and a third semester of 6 month’s full-time research work presented in a master thesis. Course language is English. check link for more information or how to apply
Required documents (in the following order):
- DAAD application form
- hand-signed CV (please use the europass specimen form at http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/)
- hand-signed letter of motivation (with reference to current occupation) maximum 2 pages
- academic letter/s of recommendation (the letters must have a letterhead, a signature and office stamp and must be of recent date
- professional letter/s of recommendation from your employer (the letters must have a letterhead, a signature and office stamp and must be of recent date)
- confirmation of employment from the employer in your home country and -if possible- a guarantee of reemployment upon your return home
- Proof of language abilities:
a) English – TOEFL or IELTS (Note: We only accept an academic TOEFL)
b) German – necessary for the courses taught in German; for the courses taught in English, if available
- (certified*) copies of awarded academic degrees (certified translation if necessary)
- (certified*) copies of academic transcripts (certified translation if necessary)
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