University of Heidelberg DAAD-EPOS Scholarships for Developing Countries, Germany 2023 is open for Developing Countries . The scholarship allows Masters level programm(s) in the field of International Health taught at Heidelberg University . The deadline of the scholarship is expired at 30 Apr 2022.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has been offering scholarships to international students and it has collaborated with the University of Heidelberg through DAAD-EPOS Scholarships for Developing Countries in Germany.
This scholarship is only available for international students from developing countries pursuing master’s in international health from the University of Heidelberg.
University of Heidelberg DAAD-EPOS Scholarships for Developing Countries, Germany 2023 is available to undertake Masters level programs at Heidelberg University.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
DAAD will assist students from developing countries to study master's in international health at the University of Heidelberg.
To be eligible for the EPOS scholarship your last academic degree may not be older than 6 years. For more detailed information on application requirements and country-specific application procedures, please see the DAAD scholarship database.
A successful applicant for admission to the Master of Science in International Health will hold a four-year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualification, at least 240 ECTS) in a Public Health relevant discipline (medical degrees and others). Prospective students are also expected to have at least one year of relevant work experience, including Public Health experience in low- and middle-income settings. Admission to the course is restricted. Please consult the Admission Regulations for further details.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
Before entering the MScIH programme, prospective students will need to have reached a certain minimum level of English language proficiency in one of the following:
The English language requirements may also be satisfied by successful completion of tertiary studies, or equivalent qualification, if the language of instruction and assessment was English. Applicants with previous study in English need to provide academic transcripts and an official letter from the institution to certify that English was the sole or principal language of instruction.Only original score reports from authorised test centres are accepted!
From submitting your application online to receiving and accepting an offer, you'll find everything you need to know about admission to the Master of Science in International Health here.
All applications should be submitted online. Paper-based applications cannot be considered. Download the application checklist to have all the required supporting documents ready for your online application.