Uni Leipzig Summer School Scholarships Programme
Uni Leipzig Summer School Scholarships program’s goal is to give qualified professionals the tools they need to handle a variety of societal, economic, and ecological problems in developing countries. A further objective is to increase the prominence of higher education in the partner regions and sustainably improve the conditions for research and teaching worldwide.
The DAAD collaborates with German universities to organize a variety of summer schools in Germany as an additional benefit for scholarship holders of the In-Country/In-Region Programme.
One of these is the IDEA Summer School, which is provided in association with the Leipzig University, Germany-based SEPT Competence Center (Small Business Promotion and Training).
Uni Leipzig Summer School Scholarships
The IDEA Summer School aims to give you the tools you need to organize and carry out your knowledge transfer programs.
As a result, the Summer School’s core is its project ideas.
Three areas of knowledge transfer will receive the majority of their attention: innovation, entrepreneurship (the development of business ideas), and teaching.
The Summer School gives you the option to focus on one of the three channels by including a suitable project idea with your application.
You are supported to advance the project based on the input of the appropriate week by receiving one intensive coaching day per week in Leipzig.
Each track seeks to give you the tools you need to further develop your own project idea as a result of the Summer School.
You will benefit from taking part in the IDEA Summer School in a number of ways, both personally and academically:
1. A training program at 4,500 euros includes a three-week stay in Leipzig.
2. Workshops and coaching sessions with knowledgeable partners from Germany and Africa.
3. Conversations and interactions with international peers.
4. Access to global (academic) networks through community activities like movie screenings, cooking classes, intercultural seminars, and the monthly SEPT Research Colloquium via our official community app.
5. Potential supporters that can assist you with applications for research stays, etc.
6. Discover German daily life and get to know the SEPT Team, which includes students and researchers!
7. Leipzig University and DAAD jointly awarded a certificate of participation.
8. In the Entrepreneurship and Innovation tracks, you will be well-prepared for admission to the AGEA business idea competition.
9. In the Training track, you will have a well-developed course draft at hand to be used and published
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Scholarship Application Timetable
Onboarding Week: June 26th to 30th (virtual)
Self-Learning Online Course July 24th to 28th
Stay in Leipzig: September 3rd to 24th
Virtual Conference: October 18th to 20th
Application Deadline: 26th February 2023, 22:59 GMT// 23:59 CET
Please note that this Summer School is an exclusive offer to DAAD scholarship holders of the In-Country/In-Region Programme. Further, applying is only possible if you have not yet participated in a (virtual) Summer School from this DAAD program line.
How to Apply
To learn more about German application standards, carefully read the content here and watch the SEPT tutorial.
Register on the Innolytics Platform. The IDEAS Staff will then manually assign you to the IDEAS Application Area. This extra step, which can take some time, is necessary to prevent unauthorized access to your idea.
Fill out the application survey. To coordinate the application process with DAAD and the other SP/DL Summer Schools, the specifics are necessary.
Enter the information about your idea by logging into Innolytics. Take your time and proceed cautiously.
The selection process is based on the concept, your personal capacity presentation, and the motivational statement that you have provided here.
Once you have completed those steps you can await the result of our selection process.
The project idea’s quality (innovativeness, viability, and impact), the estimated value addition through SEPT during the IDEA Summer School, and the applicant’s suitability to carry out the project will all be taken into account in the selection process.
The application’s formality will also be taken into consideration. The candidates will be informed of the findings of the selection meeting by the end of April 2023.
The selection committee, which consists of prominent higher education management experts and DAAD officials, meets in March.
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