The Ibn Khaldun Scholarship

September 20, 2011 at 5:18 pm | Posted in Turkmens | Leave a comment
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ATTENTION IRAQIS WHO WANT MASTERS DEGREES:
Humanities and Social Sciences. Arts, Economics and Law are also included in the range of eligible subjects, provided they can be studied in a Master’s degree program. Students who wish to pursue other subjects, such as Engineering, Information Science, Medicine and Natural Science, are not eligible for funding through this programme.

The Ibn Khaldun Scholarship

The DAAD has established the Ibn Khaldun Scholarship
Programme with the aim of promoting Iraqi Humanities and Social Sciences. Arts,
Economics and Law are also included in the range of eligible subjects, provided
they can be studied in a Master’s degree program. Students who wish to pursue
other subjects, such as Engineering, Information Science, Medicine and Natural
Science, are not eligible for funding through this programme.

Ibn Khaldun scholars select a Master’s degree program at a
German university of their choice. The scholarship covers tuition fees, a
travel allowance, a monthly stipend, health insurance and other benefits. The
language of instruction may be German, English, or both. However,
the DAAD cannot guarantee admission.

The scholars are provided with university preparatory courses
and German language training up to twelve months prior to enrolment.

Ibn Khaldun – Guideline 2011

Please see: http://www.tabadul.de/scholarships/ibnkhaldun.php

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