The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is a joint institution of German universities and the largest organization supporting international cooperation of universities. The main goal of DAAD is to support academic relations with foreign academic institutions, primarily through the exchange of students and scholars.

DAAD scholarships:

Summer language courses in Germany

Mandatory pre-registration by e-mail: info (at), in the letter you must specify the following information: name, date of birth (day, month, year), cell phone, email address, university, faculty, course.

During pre-registration, the applicant receives instructions for participating in language testing in the German language. Participation in the test is mandatory for those who do not have an official language certificate in German at level A2 or higher. If there is an official language certificate, it must be attached to an e-mail with pre-registration. The following language certificates are recognized: TestDaF, Goethe-Institut, DSD, DSH, telcDeutsch, ÖSD.

Professional development for graduates of German studies with work experience

Graduate for all specialties

When applying for a 1-year program, you only need to select 1-year workshops.

ERP Master for Economists

Graduate EPOS for professionals with experience

MSc in Music

Master Degree in Performing Arts

MSc in Fine Art, Design, Visual Communication and Cinema

Master in Architecture

Scientific research (1-6 months)

Scientific research (7-10 months)

Defense of the thesis

Binational dissertation defense

Exchange of scientists

Scientific internships for scientists and university professors

Scientific internships for university teachers (art and architecture)

Repeat invitation for DAAD Fellows

Group travel

English (TOEFL)

When applying for scholarships, applicants must attach one of the following documents: AUCA TOEFL test scores (answersheet with the verifier’s signature), officialscore, or registration with an official TOEFL score with AUCA test score.


After submitting the documents, it is necessary to take part in the German test to check the level of the German language. The test is required for:

  • Applicants planning to study in German
  • Applicants planning to study in English, but at the same time speak German at a good level.

 Detailed information on scholarships can be found in the DAAD scholarship database.

  Osh State University is working closely with the Information Center for DAAD in Kyrgyzstan. Every year, representatives of the DAAD Center in Kyrgyzstan come to Osh State University to conduct testing in German and determine the level of knowledge of German language for further participation in the programs offered by the Center. For a more detailed study of the DAAD programs, you can visit the website of the DAAD Information Center in Kyrgyzstan: http: //