DAAD Canada

DAAD Canada informs Canadians about the opportunities for study and research in Germany. We provide information on DAAD’s suite of scholarship and grant programs for students and faculty at Canadian universities, and work to build ties between German and Canadian universities.

Consultation and Advice

DAAD Information Point Toronto

The DAAD Information Point Toronto offers consultation on both DAAD funding programs and questions related to study and research in Germany.

We have drop-in office hours Tuesdays from 10 am to noon (see below for office address). To book an appointment outside of these hours, write to:

Information Point Toronto
1 Devonshire Place,
North House, Office N207

Toronto, M5S 3K7
+1 (416) 946-8116

Mr. John Paul Kleiner

Mr. John Paul Kleiner

Senior Manager, University Relations, DAAD Information Point Toronto

John Paul Kleiner is DAAD's representative in Canada and is based out of Toronto. From here, he promotes DAAD programs to scholars at Canadian universities and provides information to all interested parties on study and research opportunities in Germany.

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