DAAD Information Center Accra
c/o Goethe-Institut Ghana in Accra
30 Kakramadu Road (next to NAFTI)
Tel: +233 (0)302 784865 or +233 (0)302 760342
Mobile: +233 (0)246108578 or +233 (0)261090939
- the higher education system in Germany
- various degree programmes at German universities
- your way to a German university as a Ghanaian student/professional
- scholarship opportunities of the DAAD
- doing research at a German research institution
- planning your stay in Germany
- events by the DAAD Information Center Accra
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Counselling Format at the DAAD Information Center:
The DAAD Information Center holds a monthly Introductory Session on Study and Research Opportunities in Germany. Participation in this session is free of charge but mandatory prior to visiting the Information Center for individual consultation. Participants will be issued a participatory note which they will have to present before the individual consultation during office hours. Anyone planning to study or do research in Germany is welcome to attend the Introductory Session.
During the Introductory Session informational material will be handed out and information will be given on
- International Degree Programmes in Germany (Bachelors, Masters, PhD)
- general entry requirements and application procedures to German universities
- DAAD scholarship programmes
- subject related information (eg. on studying medicine in Germany)
- visa requirements, and many more.
The Introductory Session will be held on the 1st Thursday of every month between 4pm and 6.30pm at the Goethe-Institut (inner courtyard), which is located next to NAFTI. If the first Thursday of the month falls on a public holiday, the Introductory Session will take place the following Thursday.
Dates for the next Introductory Sessions in 2015:
24th January (Annual Symposium on Studies in Germany)
5th February / 5th March / 2nd April / 7th May / 4th June / 2nd July / 6th August / 3rd September / 1st October / 5th November / 3rd December
After having participated in the Introductory Session, you are also most welcome to see us for individual consultation during our office hours at the Information Center Accra.
Mondays 3.30pm - 6.30pm at the Goethe-Institut
Thursdays 9am - 11am at the German Embassy (From 12th February, 2015)
DAAD Consultation hours at the German Embassy (New office hours): The DAAD Information Center Accra will from 12th February, 2015 hold student consultation hours at the German Embassy (Main Building, directly opposite Accra Senior High School, North Ridge) from 9am to 11am every Thursday from 12th February, 2015. Please NOTE carefully; there will no longer be student consultation hours at the German Embassy on Tuesdays from 10th February onwards as previously done due to this new arrangement.
Office closed from 23rd February to 27th February, 2015: The DAAD Information Center Accra will remain closed from Monday, 23rd February through Friday 27th February, 2015. Our regular office hours will resume from Monday, 2nd March, 2015. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
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