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On August 12th, German Ambassador Mr. Michael Grau and Dr. Sinnava Souphanouvong, Deputy Minister of Energy and Mines of Lao PDR, opened a two-day-seminar on “Management of acid forming waste rocks an...
On 3th of August 2015, the German Embassy signed a contract for support of a new development project with the “Sustainable Laos Education Initiatives” for the Sai Nyai Eco-School, located in Kengkia V...
On July 3rd, he President and CEO of SIEMENS for Asia-Pacific (Singapore), Dr. Armin Bruck handed over a set of laboratory equipment to the Lao-German Technical School in presence of Ambassador Michae...
I the company of Vice-Minister Bouatha Khattiya (Vice-Chair of the Lao National Committee for Special Economic Zone, NC-SEZ, at the Government’s Office) and Project Officers of the German Development ...
Ambassador Michael Grau and Mr. Nouphanh Outsa, Director in the Lao Ministry of Education and Sports, attended the opening of the “Entrepreneurship Training Center”, a joined initiative of the Lao Min...
DAAD Information session
On September 3 2015, at 3pm there will be an Information session on DAAD scholarships at the German Embassy Vientiane with DAAD-lecturer MARVIN MÜLLER from the DAAD regional office in Hanoi.
more about the DAAD Information session [pdf, 79.23k]
Keep in touch with alumni from Germany!
Are you a foreign scholar who has studied, taught or done research in Germany? If so, you are part of an extensive international network that you could use to keep in touch with friends and colleagues and to hone your professional skills.
To help you make the most of this network, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Germany's largest organization for the promotion of academic exchange, has set up a website to help you make and maintain contacts with other "Germany alumni".
The Directive Concerning the Prevention of Corruption in the Federal Administration of 30 July 2004 lays down the legal framework for the anti-corruption tasks at the Federal Foreign Office headquarters and at German missions abroad. The Directive is intended to offer clear and concise guidelines on honest, fair and transparent actions by the federal administration.