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The MIPLC is a part of the DAAD's program of "Postgraduate Courses for Professionals with Relevance to Developing Countries." If you would like to apply for the scholarship offered in this context, please note that several special conditions apply. Please read the information provided here very carefully.
We now accept applications from qualified applicants for the 2013/14 intake.
The scholarships for the 2012/13 intake have already been awarded.
Candidates must fulfill the eligibility criteria set by the DAAD. Please refer to the brochure for "Postgraduate Courses for Professionals with Relevance to Developing Countries."
We have also put together a short summary of formal eligibility criteria. If you do not fulfill these criteria, you will not be considered for the DAAD scholarship. However, you are still welcome to apply for admission to the MIPLC, provided you fulfill the MIPLC admission criteria.
To apply for this scholarship, please proceed as follows:
Please submit your application directly to the MIPLC, unless you are from Cameroon, Myanmar, or Nigeria, in which case you must submit your application through the German Embassy in your country.
Please make sure that your file is complete with all the documents indicated above. Otherwise, your application cannot be processed. Your complete file must reach the MIPLC by the dates specified below.
Section 6, "Duration of planned stay in Germany": The start and end dates of the academic year 2013/14 have not yet been set. The program will probably start in early October 2013 and will end in mid-September 2014 (date of submission of Master's Thesis). The exact dates will be announced in due time in our academic calendar.
The MIPLC does not require a "research exposé" (DAAD brochure, page 12). Therefore, you do not have to (and should not) submit such an exposé.
For any other questions you may have concerning the DAAD Application Form (e.g., "What should I enter in section...?"), or the DAAD requirements (e.g., concerning the documents to be submitted as per the DAAD's brochure), please contact your nearest DAAD office.
The MIPLC cannot answer any questions related to the DAAD. The MIPLC can only answer questions related to the MIPLC's own requirements.
As a first step, all complete applications will be screened by the MIPLC and processed for admission. All candidates will be informed by the MIPLC whether or not they have been admitted to our LL.M. program. If you do not get admitted to the MIPLC, your DAAD scholarship application will not be considered, either.
From the list of admitted candidates, the MIPLC will then put together a shortlist of candidates for the DAAD scholarship. Once this list has been confirmed by the DAAD, all shortlisted applicants must undergo a telephone interview.
The final decision about allocating the scholarship rests with the DAAD. The successful applicant(s) will be informed by the DAAD directly. All unsuccessful applicants will receive communication from the MIPLC.
You should learn about the outcome of your application by late February of the new year. In the meantime, please refrain from contacting us or the DAAD to ask for status updates.
You must apply (more than) a year in advance.
The deadline for applications is October 15. Your complete file with all required documents (this includes your English test scores) must reach the MIPLC by this date. Late or incomplete applications cannot be considered.
Please send your documents in good time to ensure their timely arrival at the MIPLC. We are regrettably not in a position to track your files with the German postal service or any courier services.
Applicants from Cameroon, Myanmar, or Nigeria must submit their application file to the German Embassy in their home country. The deadline for applications is July 31 of the previous year, e.g. July 31, 2012, for the 2013/14 intake.
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