• Certainly there are hundreds of PhD programs in Germany. I think that the DAAD’s website shows these programs. If you visit this page in the DAAD’s website, you can see 1612 programs (These include Bachelor + Master + PhD / Doctorate + Prep Course + Language Course + Short Course, as shown in the left side of the page below). You can see that there are 1612 Programmes at the time I took the screenshot.
You can limit the programs shown by choosing PhD from “Degree/Level”. The number of programs drop to 331 PhD programs.
Limit the “Field of Study” to “Medicine” and the number will drop to 61 PhD programs related to Medicine.
You can then open the page of each program in order to find out the full details about it: Overview, Course Details, Costs/Funding, Requirements, Services, and other information including its website in the respective university and contact information. For example, if you are interested in the following program (Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies):
Click on it, and then you will arrive at this PhD Program’s page:
The costs/funding page shows the money that you need to pay and available funding sources from the University or outside it:
Other examples on costs/funding:
In addition to all of the above funding opportunities, you can visit this page in the DAAD’s Cairo website: Non-DAAD Scholarships and Funding Opportunities
This page shows other sources of possible funding. Certainly, each one of them have their own criteria. You can visit each one of them to see their requirements.
• One Last thing: DAAD scholarships depend on which country you come from, to see the available DAAD-scholarships for your country, then google for “YOUR CONUNTRY’S Name + DAAD”. For example “Jordan DAAD”:
• Concerning Jordan, visit this page in the Jordan DAAD’s website to see the available scholarships for Jordan. Like the main DAAD’s website, each program has special requirements. You can find them in the DAAD’s website.