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Culture & Education
Foreign Cultural and Education Policy Alongside
political and economic relations, foreign cultural
and education policy is an important pillar of
Germany's foreign policy.
This is a way of reaching people in other
It presents Germany in a variety of different
Culture and education are instruments that
generate confidence and trust in Germany around the
world. It thus lays broad foundations on which to
build stable international relations.
Studying in Germany
Germany is an increasingly attractive place in
which to study, offering international degrees such
as Bachelor and Master degrees, courses taught in
English and a system which enables credits for
attendance and examination passes to be accumulated
DAAD - Studying in Germany
The Centre Director Dr. Susanne Rentzow-Vasu (© SRV)
The DAAD – short for Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst or
German Academic Exchange Service – is Germany’s principal agency for
the support of international academic cooperation and exchange.
It supports the worldwide exchange of international
students, graduates, academics and scientists within the framework
of more than 200 different programmes.
The DAAD Information Centre Singapore opened its doors in
Our goal is to help students and researchers from Singapore
benefit from Germany’s world-class education and research
Since 2001, hundreds of interested students have paid the Info
Centre a personal visit to get hands on advice and free information
material on study and research opportunities in Germany.
An even higher number of people have made contact with the Centre
via email or visited the centre’s website, which gives access to a
wealth of information.
The so-called International Degree Courses offered by German
universities are very often the focus of interest.
These programmes, which are taught primarily in English and lead
to internationally recognised Bachelor, Master or PhD degrees, have
proved tremendously popular with students from abroad.
Generously subsidized by the German government with very moderate
tuition fees, these world-class degree programmes are attracting
growing numbers of international students to boost their careers
with a degree made in Germany.
Study opportunities cover a vast variety of subjects ranging from
Computer Science and Engineering to Economics and Law or Social and