DAAD-Information Centre Thailand


DAAD Information Center Bangkok

Location: 18/1 Soi Goethe, Sathorn1, Bangkok 10120, Thailand (Office Map)


The DAAD Information Center is located at the ground floor of the Thai-German Cultural Foundation (TDKS), next to the Goethe Institut Bangkok.

Office Hours: 

  • Mon. : 10:00-12:00 and 13:00-16:00
  • Wed.: 10:00-12:00 and 13:00-16:00
  • Fr.     : 10:00.12:00 and 13:00-16:00

E-Mail: info@daad.or.th

Tel.: +2 286 8708-9

Fax: +2 286 4845


For Study Counseling: Inquiry

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For personal and free counseling please check our office hours.

University administrators, professors and research fellows can also obtain information on study and research in Germany from our DAAD colleagues at Thai universities.

Students should please refer to the counselor at the DAAD Information Center.

For general information about studying in Germany, please read the following Information Brochure in Thai language:

Please find our latest Newsletter here: (in PDF format)

Newsletter 3/2016

Newsletter 2/2016

Newsletter 1/2016


Closing dates 2016

In 2016 our office will be closed on: February 22; April 6, 13-15; May 2, 5, 9, 20; July 18-20; August 12; October 3, 24; December 5, 12 and from December 25 to Januar 1, 2017

Graduate School Scholarship Programme (GSSP)

To promote the doctoral education in structured PhD programmes in Germany and to increase the number of foreign doctoral students, DAAD offers scholarships for more than 40 structured PhD programmes in Germany. Please find below a list of all graduate programmes that were selected by DAAD in 2016. The list contains the programme names and shortlinks to the websites of the selected graduate programmes: Selected programmes 2016.

Applications must be sent directly to the graduate school of your choice. The application periods and deadlines vary from programme to programme. Currently opend applications are announced by DAAD here. On this website, you will also find a detailed description of the application procedure.

Scholarships by BGHS Bielefeld

For the Summer Term 2017, the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology is offering:

- up to two Visiting Fellowships for international doctoral researchers: Call for Application

- up to four Start-up scholarships to international MA graduates. They receive the opportunity to prepare a convincing proposal for a dissertation project: Call for Application

Only projects in the fields of history, sociology, anthropology, or political science can be funded. Deadline for both scholarships is on 15 January 2017.

Germany’s policy best in supporting International Higher Education

The study "Shape of Global Higher Education" by the British Council emphasizes an outstanding performance of Germany in the global education system. According to the study, it scores the ranking 'Very High' in each analysed category. Germany provides sustainable policies and best conditions for international students and academics. More Information