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DAAD in the Czech Republic

The DAAD IP Prague provides information about study and research opportunities in Germany and about the DAAD’s funding and scholarship programmes.

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Contact

  • DAAD Information Point Prague

    Masarykovo nábř. 32 110 00 Prague
    Telephone: +420 224 931 182/ +420 702 142 340
    E-Mail: info@daad.cz
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    University Cooperation

    German universities, like most universities around the world, maintain a broad network of international partnerships. The DAAD supports such international partnerships through a number of schemes that aim to foster cooperation among higher education institutions.

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  • International alumni stand together in groups at an event and talk.

    Alumni Services

    In the eyes of the DAAD, the end of a funding period marks the beginning of a long-standing relationship with us. We aim to stay in touch with our alumni as well as help you get to know one another through a series of programmes and activities. We also support you in setting up regional DAAD alumni clubs and other forms of networking opportunities.

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