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DAAD Regional Office Mexico City

DAAD Mexico consists at present of a regional office, four lektors operating in Mexico, the Humboldt Professorship, long-term German professors, and several language assistants.

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  • Regional Office Mexico City

    Calle Kepler 157, Col. Nueva Anzures, Del. Miguel Hidalgo C.P. 11590 Mexico City Telephone: +52 (55) 525018-83
    Fax: +52 (55) 525018-04
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    For the DAAD the end of the funding period is the beginning of a long-standing relationship with its alumni. Our goal is to promote the contact of alumni among themselves and with the DAAD or by supporting the formation of Alumni Clubs, whether through various programmes and activities.

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University Cooperation

German universities, as is the case all over the world, have broad networks of international partners. Through cooperation programs among higher education institutions, DAAD supports German universities in expanding these networks. At our Mexico office we provide consulting on the multiple opportunities available to create or encourage academic cooperation programs between Mexico and Germany.

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Study & Research in Germany

You'd like to study in Germany? A great idea! We look forward to welcoming you! You're not yet sure which university to apply to? You're interested in doing a PhD and are looking for an appropriate programme? Are you wondering how to finance your stay, or how foreign students live in Germany and how they're supervised? We're happy to help.

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Study & Research in Mexico

Are you interested in studying, researching or teaching in Mexico? Have you thought about completing an internship or learning a foreign language abroad? Here you can find all the information.

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