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Study in Germany top


The DAAD homepage provides information on the German higher education system and on studying in Germany, on funding opportunities offered by the DAAD, language tests, summer courses, and on living in Germany in general. The site provides the addresses, websites and the opening hours of all DAAD offices.


The International Degree Programmes are of particular interest to students from around the world as well as to German students. The programmes end with internationally-recognised degrees – Bachelors or Masters. Courses are instructed mainly or exclusively in English. The site provides information on the target degree, the start date, the programme duration, the core study areas, about entry requirements, the programme address plus links to the respective higher education institution.


Helps to find answers to all questions about studies, research and vocational training in Germany. The site provides a portrait of every university town in Germany.


Higher Education Compass provides information on and links to all state and state recognised higher education institutions in Germany including their programs.


The site allows users to view the profiles of all degree course subjects offered in Germany and offers a whole range of information and advice on studying, how to finance studies, insurance matters and much more.


The site provides tips for international students in Germany on questions such as scholarships, accomodation and meals, psychological and social counselling, legal advice, insurance matters etc.


The multi-faceted journalistic website provides information about educational and career opportunities, innovative developments in research and science as well as trends and lifestyle and the experience of young people in Germany.



Admission to German Higher Education Institutions top


Provides information about preparatory/foundation courses for foreign study applicants.


The link informs about the Studienkolleg Jakarta, which offers the opportunity to take the preparatory / foundation courses for foreign study applicants in Indonesia.


Starting in May 2004 the “Application Services for International Students” (ASSIST) provides additional support to international applicants to more than 50 universities in Germany. With ASSIST, applicants have the opportunity to apply for admission to several universities with one set of documents only. At ASSIST all documents will be pre-checked to make sure they are complete and fulfill all necessary formal requirements before they are forwarded to the universities applied to.


University Ranking top


The site provides a university-ranking based on a survey by a weekly news magazine, the ‘Stern’. The findings of the survey are not simply added together to produce a total score. Rather, the survey produces a multi-dimensional ranking, arranged on the basis of various criteria, such as ‘student opinion’, ‘professor tip’ or ‘equipment and facilities’, creating a differentiated picture of the strengths and weaknesses of the individual higher education institutions.


Research Institutions in Germany top


The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) is the central, self-governing research organisation that promotes research at universities and other publicly financed research institutions in Germany. It serves all fields of science and the humanities by financing research projects, especially at universities. The DFG does not run its own research institutions. Several DFG-programs that provide fellowships for doctoral and postdoctoral research are open to foreign applicants, e.g. the Graduate colleges (Graduiertenkollegs).


The Max-Planck-Association (Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, MPG) is dedicated to basic research. The Max-Planck-Institutes cover a wide range of research areas selected from the biological and natural sciences as well as medical sciences and the arts and humanities. More than 3000 undergraduates, doctoral candidates and scholarship recipients are working each year in MPIs. About 3000 guest scientists and scholars a year work at the institutes.


The Fraunhofer-Society is a leading organisation of applied research. It undertakes contract research on behalf of the industry, the service sector, and the government in key technologies and spheres of major public concern, such as energy, transportation and environment. FhG currently maintains 48 research establishments throughout Germany.


The Helmholtz Association of National Research Centres is a union of 16 non-university affiliated research institutions. They are involved in research and development in the fields of science and engineering as well as biology and medicine.


The Leibniz-Gemeinschaft is an association of 79 research institutes, structured into five scientific sections. The research responsibilities of the Leibnitz institutes create a bridge between knowledge-oriented pure research (see MPIs) and applied research (see FhG) and link the two poles.


The site gives more information on the above mentioned and other research institutions and provides a search engine on research institutions in Germany.

You can also subscribe to the newsletter or download the pdf-file at www.research-in-Germany.de/Newsletter.


Scholarship / Foundations top


This site provides a searchable scholarship database which includes DAAD programs as well as scholarships granted by other organisations


These sites inform about German foundations and other organisations that offer scholarship programs for foreign students and academics.


The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is one of the most prestigeous German foundations for the promotion of international research cooperations. It enables highly qualified scholars not resident in Germany to spend extended periods of research in Germany and promotes the ensuing academic contacts


German Language Courses and Tests top


The website provides an overview over the work of the Goethe Institute Jakarta, information on language courses, cultural programs and library services.


The site provides a search engine for finding the right course from a number of selected summer courses offered by Germany’s higher education institutions. The courses can be searched by location, topic, course date and language of instruction.


Study applicants from abroad generally have to prove that they are sufficiently proficient in the German language to be able to take up a course of higher education study in Germany. One possibility to prove this is TestDaF, a test modelled on the basis of the TOEFL. The site provides details on the next examination dates, a sample set of examination questions and the addresses of all test centres around the world at which TestDaf can be taken.


This site provides information on application and admission to German Universities and especially on language tests which are relevant for admission.


Consortium for University Marketing on International Market top


GATE Germany or in full "Guide to Academic Training and Education" is a consortium responsible for promoting higher education and research possibilities of German universities and research institutions on the international market. The site provides information on the profile of GATE Germany, events (exhibitions and promotion tours) scheduled in and outside Germany, services, information brochures and news.


German School in Indonesia top


The site provides information on the profile of the Deutsche Internationale Schule (DIS), about facilities, school fees, schedules, activities, etc.


Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Germany top


Besides containing information about Indonesia, consular and immigration services, art and cultural activities, economic and trades and the Indonesian community in Germany, the official homepage of the Indonesian Embassy in Germany also provides general guidance for prospective students from Indonesia who will be studying in Germany.

www.bidikbud.de, E-mail : Bidikbud@aol.com

The official website of the Indonesian Education and Cultural Attaché in Germany provides information about study, education and research in Germany, cultural cooperation and links to some important homepages.


Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Indonesia top


Important information about visa regulations for Indonesians is obtainable from the official website of the German Embassy in Jakarta. Besides that it provides information on the tasks and services of the Embassy’s departments. It also has links to many German organisations in Indonesia and Germany.


Relevant Federal German Ministries top


The Federal Foreign Office


The Federal Ministry of Education and Research


The Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development