Paul Boniface Akaabre
Doctor of Philosophy in Planning (PhD)
Leasehold of Urban Land: Conceptions on Tenure, Practices and Influence on Housing Delivery
Study Scholarships and Research Grants are available for highly qualified graduate students, PhD candidates, and post-doctoral researchers in all disciplines to study and carry out research at universities or research institutes in Germany.
Study Scholarships: Highly qualified final year undergraduate students or those who have received an undergraduate degree of all disciplines may apply for the DAAD Study Scholarship for a full Master’s degree program at a German university or for study at a German university as part of a postgraduate or Master’s degree program completed in the home country.
Research Grants-Bi-nationally Supervised Doctoral degrees/Cotutelle: Bi-nationally supervised Doctoral Degrees/Cotutelle are awarded to highly qualified doctoral candidates and graduates who have admission to a doctoral program at the time they begin their grant-supported research. The aim of this program is the funding of bi-national doctoral projects at the home university and at a university in Germany.
Short-Term Research Grants: Short-Term Research Grants are awarded for 1-6 months to highly qualified candidates who have completed a Master’s degree or Diploma, or in exceptional cases a Bachelor’s degree at the latest by the time they begin their grant supported research, or those who have already completed a PhD (postdocs).
For further information, including application procedures and eligibility requirements, please visit the DAAD website.
Interested applicants will submit their application directly to DAAD. Any questions should be directed to DAAD: https://www.daad-canada.ca/en/about-us/contact-form/.
Students and faculty may also be interested in the DAAD RISE Professional Program, which provides internship placements in Germany for students in the fields of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Sciences and Engineering (or closely related subjects).