About German Scholarships:
The German Government is offering 5000 Scholarships for Afghan female students to study in one of the neighboring countries. The program is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) with around seven million euros will receive financial assistance from the (BMZ) and German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD).
Says DAAD President Prof. Dr. Joybrato Mukherjee; “For the people of Afghanistan, the situation is an ongoing calamity, Young women, in particular, have been particularly badly hit: they can no longer participate in social activities. They have no academic training opportunities because they have been excluded from universities.
The new scholarship initiative is thus a vital building component in enabling young women, in collaboration with our international partner organizations, to prepare for university and to provide bachelor’s and master’s degrees to Afghan women refugees at universities in the region.”
To this end, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is launching a scholarship program for young people who have moved to Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, or Bangladesh to escape Taliban repression.
The target group is primarily Afghan women who have been banned from studying in their home country since the end of December.
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Location of 5000 German Scholarships:
Host Universities of German Scholarships:
- Asian University for Women: The DAAD provides bachelor scholarships to Asian University for Women in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
- American University of Central Asia (AUCA): Afghan students at the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, are supported for two years while pursuing a master’s degree.
- DAAD Partnering Organizations in Pakistan: Through partner organizations in Pakistan, the DAAD will provide four-year bachelor and two-year master scholarships largely to Afghan women refugees.
The targeted support of Afghan female students is intended to help train qualified specialists who can advance education and development under changed conditions in Afghanistan. The program is expected to support more than 5,000 Afghan Female Students by the end of 2027. In addition to the UNHCR, the DAAD is working with Jesuit Worldwide Learning, the Asian University for Women, and the American University of Central Asia.
Since the Taliban regained power in the summer of 2021, women’s rights in Afghanistan have been restricted day by day. At the end of 2022, women were excluded from the country’s universities, and they are no longer allowed to work for non-governmental organizations(NGOs).
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