There are numerous public and private scholarships available in Germany. These scholarships exist to support those students who possess an above-average talent, on the whole providing that these students also play a role either in the church or society in general. Scholarships are generally worth more than the BAföG and do not have to be repaid. The support given by the scholarship is more than just financial. Seminars, academies and experiences abroad are also offered.
As the requirements for scholarships are as various as the scholarships themselves, here are just a few tips for your research:
On the homepage of the Working Community for the Promotion of Talent
you will find short descriptions of the biggest and most important scholarship providers alongside information about the application process, selection criteria and the type of support offered, including the amount of money awarded.
Alongside this website, there is a book on this topic:
Deutsches Studentenwerk (eds):
„Förderungsmöglichkeiten für Studierende“
Karl Heinrich Bock Verlag, Bad Honnef
In winter semester of 2013/14 Hochschule Fulda is again to award Deutschlandstipendium scholarships to students. The scholarships will be awarded as part of the German federal government’s national scholarship program. The legal bases for the program are the Act on the Creation of a National Scholarship Program in 2010.
Competing for the Best and the Brightest
In line with the legal stipulations these scholarships are intended for especially high-achieving students. In addition to applicants’ previous academic records and personal experience, other factors, such as special social, family, or personal circumstances may be considered.
The application period for the semester of 2013/14 has started. Deadline for the application is the 1st of August 2013.
If you would like to apply with an english form, please send an email to the contact adress below.
If you would like to know more about this scholarship please feel free to contact us:
Phone [+49] (0)661 9640 569