International Master Programmes at Ulm and Stuttgart

Communication and Information Technology at Ulm

The master program Communications and Information Technology at Ulm University offers a fast track programme for GUC students with a Communication and Electronics major. Students may apply for the masters in autumn in their 9th semester at the GUC. If admitted, they start their master program in Ulm in spring and take specific courses that can be transferred back to the curriculum of the 10th semester at GUC. They then graduate from their GUC IET bachelor program right before starting their 2nd semester in Ulm. The fast track saves one semester of study time. Next to the fast track program, GUC graduates from IET and MET (Media Engineering and Technology Major) can also apply for the C-Tech Master at Ulm. The study programme starts in the summer term.

Each year, there are DAAD scholarships available especially for GUC students/graduates joining “Communication and Information Technology”. Details about how to apply for the scholarship are sent to all GUCians who successfully applied for admission (fast track or regular program).

The application documents consist of:

  • curriculum vitae
  • scan of passport
  • letter of motivation
  • DAAD application form (will be provided)
  • transcript of records/ degree certificate (if you already have your bachelor's degree)

 

Information Technology at Stuttgart

There are DAAD scholarships available each year for GUC graduates joining the master's program in Information Technology at the University of Stuttgart. Details about how to apply are sent to all GUCians who successfully applied for admission to this program. The study programme starts in the winter term. The decision of the selection committee is communicated within six weeks. Scholarship documents are issued for submission to the German Embassy in Cairo.

The application documents consist of: 

  • curriculum vitae 
  • scan of passport 
  • letter of motivation 
  • DAAD application form (is provided) 
  • transcript of records/ if applicable degree certificate (if you already have your bachelor's degree) 
  • two letters of recommendation 
  • report on previous study experience in Germany (if available).

 

General information on DAAD scholarships for the international master degrees in Ulm and Stuttgart

The scholarship consists of a monthly stipend of 861,00 €, and a one-time travel allowance of 850,00 € (lump-sum). The scholarships are granted for an initial period of 12 months. There is the possibility to extend the scholarship for the second year of studies after a positive evaluation of the study records. Please be informed that the scholarship does not additionally cover the study fees of 1500 € per semester that international degree-seeking students have to pay in Baden-Württemberg. Scholarship payments for sponsored students are made on a monthly basis to a German bank account.