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DAAD Information Center Singapore

The DAAD Information Center Singapore was established in September 2001. In March 2014, we moved to the Goethe Institute Singapore building for better accessibility . It provides free and comprehensive advice on all matters related to study and research in Germany. We have compiled a lot of useful information online, however, should you require any further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email or give us a call. You can also fix an appointment for personal one-to-one consultation during our office hours or drop by to pick up free information material. What are you waiting for? With a little help from our side, you could be studying in Germany soon!

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DAAD Information Center Singapore
c/o Goethe-Institut
136 Neil Road
Singapore 088865
(5 min walk from Outram Park MRT station), exit H

Please note that our office is located at the ground level of Goethe Institute. Please look out for the entrance to the Library on Bukit Pasoh Road.

T: (+65) 62234226
E: info(at)daad-singapore.org

For any Visa related matters, please note that the DAAD has no authority to advise on visa matters which are exclusively handled by the German Embassy in Singapore www.singapur.diplo.de

Consultation hours (only by e-mail-appointment):

  • Monday - Thursday: 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
     
 

Kerstin Schulze (left) and Claudia Finner (right)

 

 

DAAD Information Centre Singapore team :

Claudia Finner, Director
Claudia Finner studied in Bonn (Germany) and Tokyo (Japan). She majored in Japanese, Korean, Economic studies and German as a Foreign language and holds a master in translation. She has worked in Germany, Japan, South-Korea, Poland and India and joined the DAAD office Singapore in July 2014.

Kerstin Schulze, Information Officer
Kerstin Schulze studied Media Technology at the Univerity of Applied Sciences, Deggendorf (Germany) and holds an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management (The Netherlands). She has worked in Germany, Finland and the UK. She moved to Singapore in March 2012 and joined the DAAD in November 2015.

   

 

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the largest academic exchange organization in the world. The DAAD, a joint establishment of the German higher education institutions, promotes international academic cooperation and acts as an intermediary organization in the field of foreign cultural, science and education policy as well as in the field of education cooperation with the countries of the Third World. It supports the worldwide exchange of international students, graduates, academics and scientists within the framework of more than 200 different programmes. Staff in its 15 regional offices and 56 information centers (ICs) worldwide provide those who are interested in studying and doing research in Germany with the necessary information and advice.

The DAAD’s aims and objectives are:
  • To advance international academic exchange
  • To promote the German system of higher education through
    • participation in higher education fairs
    • print and electronic publications
    • special events (workshops, research symposia etc.)
  • To establish networks in Germany and abroad
  • To grant organizational and (limited) financial support to universities
  • To award scholarships and grants
  • To provide free information and counseling
 

 

 

 
 

2015: 90 Years of Promoting “Change by Exchange”– A Success Story

More than two million students and researchers have studied abroad thanks to the support of the DAAD.

In 2015, the The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) celebrated it's 90th birthday. It was established in 1925 on the initiative of a student from Heidelberg. Since then the DAAD has become the world’s largest funding organisation for academic and scientific exchange. In 2014 alone, 72,862 German academics and 48,254 foreign students received DAAD scholarships to complete study or research visits in Germany and abroad. In addition to providing scholarships, the DAAD has gradually developed into an internationalisation agency for the German higher education sector and a think-thank for academic cooperation. To this end, it has built up a global network of 71 regional offices and information centres.

 

 
   
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