You are a student?

Do you want to go to Germany for 5 months?

APPLY NOW for an Erasmus+ scholarship!



Ardhi University, University of Dar es Salaam, University of Nairobi, Karatina University, Chuka University and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin are glad to announce a call for applications for an Erasmus+ mobility scholarship to Germany.


The 5-month study visit or internship will take place from 1 March to 31 July 2022 at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in Germany.

Who can apply?

Excellent students (Bachelor/Master/PhD) from Ardhi University/ University of Dar es Salaam/ University of Nairobi/ Karatina University/ Chuka University who study Geography, Geotechnical Engineering, Kiswahili, Agriculture or other fields related to rural-urban transformations and who have advanced knowledge of English or good German language skills (level B2).

What does the mobility scholarship include?

The 5-month mobility is funded with 850€ per month (allowance for living expenses) plus a return flight of max. 820€. Further costs (e.g. visa application, PCR tests) have to be financed by the grantee.

How do you apply for the mobility funding?

Kindly send the following documents by 26.11.2021 to Mromba Clement, Geography Department, University of Dar es Salaam (

1) Letter of motivation (1-2 pages, e.g. specifying the relevance of a stay at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin for your studies)

 2) CV in Europass format (

3) copy of passport

4) proof of enrollment as a student (an admission letter is not enough! include a valid University ID)

5) Transcript of records of the current study programme

6) copy of bachelor degree (for master students) or master degree (for PhD students)

7) information on whether you would be interested to participate in the interdisciplinary study project “Urban Agriculture in Berlin and Dar es Salaam” which involves fieldwork in Berlin (June) and Dar es Salaam (August) 2022

For questions or further information, please go to or feel free to contact: Mromba Clement, Geography Department, University of Dar es Salaam, Sarah-Juliane Starre/ Alex Kohrs, Geography Department, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (

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