The DAAD supports ca. 450 Lektors in 90 countries. These junior academics teach mainly at German Departments. In Britian and Ireland the Fachlektors also teach German law, politics, economics, history and engineering.
The DAAD Language Assistant programme provides one-year scholarships to European nationals with a degree from a German university to gain experience in teaching German as a foreign language at a British or Irish university.
Young Ambassadors are undergraduate and Master’s students at universities who have recently studied or been an intern in Germany and who are interested in volunteering to promote study in Germany at their home university or other interested universities with the help of the DAAD.
Platform for German researcher in the UK
A collaboration between the DAAD London and the German Embassy in London, the ‘UK Network of German Academics’ facilitates mobility and cooperation between researchers of all disciplines working at leading research institutions in the UK.
In the eyes of the DAAD, the end of a funding period marks the beginning of a long-standing relationship with us. We aim to stay in touch with our alumni as well as help you get to know one another through a serious of programmes and activities. We also support you in setting up regional DAAD alumni clubs and other forms of networking opportunities.
Jörg Heupel/ DAAD
The DAAD is organising an annual Heads of German meeting.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has been supporting German Studies at universities in the United Kingdom for many years.
Find here an overview of the project funding of the DAAD London branch in the UK and Ireland.
DAAD United Kingdom
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WC1E 6HB London
Telephone: +44 (20) 7831-9511
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