Scholarships in Germany

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1. DAAD Scholarship Programs

DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) or the German Academic Exchange Service is a joint organization of Germany’s higher education institutions, responsible for promoting international academic relations. They focus on the exchange of students, academics, and researchers offering scholarships and funding to foreign students, graduate students, and scientists in Germany.

Scholorship In Germany
Scholorship In Germany

2. Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarship Program

The Heinrich Böll Foundation awards approximately 1,200 scholarships a year to ambitious undergraduates, graduates, and doctoral students of all subjects and nationalities. The scholarship is awarded for two years with the possibility of extension twice by half a year.

3. DeutschlandStipendium National Scholarship Program

The Deutschlandstipendium offers financial support to ambitious and academically outstanding students from all corners of the world. It supports students at all participating universities in Germany without taking into consideration someone’s nationality, personal or parent income. The scholarship is awarded for two semesters but it may also be valid for the time which covers the standard period of study. After two semesters, the university reviews the student still meets the scholarship criteria, in order for private funding to proceed. Mentoring programs, networking events, as well as internships will also be available through this scholarship.