Brief Description: High-level students from around the world who wish to pursue bachelor’s and master’s degrees in German public and state-recognized universities can apply for the Deutschland Scholarship, Germany’s largest public-private partnership program. Many universities and private sponsors also support Deutschland grants through a simultaneous mentoring program, networking events, and internships.
Host institution (s): German higher education institutions: Level / field of study: Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in all subjects at German universities Number of grants: Not specified Target group:
High-performing and committed students from around the world Closures: Funding is usually awarded for at least two semesters maximum time covering normal study time.
Every two semesters, the university evaluates whether the fellow still meets the award criteria and whether private funding is still available.
Each teacher receives € 300 per month (€ 150 provided by private sponsors and € 150 by the federal government). The Deutschlandstipendium is granted regardless of personal or parental income.
Qualifications: In addition to good academic performance, eligibility criteria include community involvement and specific personal accomplishments, such as overcoming challenges or obstacles in the student’s social or family background.
Therefore, the social and family background of the candidate is also taken into account. Both registered students and beginners can receive scholarships.
Directions: First and semester students of all nationalities can apply directly to their university.
Universities organize the selection process, select successful candidates, and approach potential sponsors with financial support from the federal government.
The application time varies and depends on the university. It is important to visit the official website (link below) for detailed information on how to apply for this grant.