The application period for the Deutschlandstipendium (Germany Scholarship) 2021/2022 begins in May.
Apply in May and make use of your chance to get a Deutschlandstipendium!
Who is eligible: All students at Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences with an average grade of 2.5 or higher!
When: Sponsorship period from September 2021 to August 2022
How to apply: Student guide to the application procedure in 2020/2021 (update will follow)
Deutschlandstipendium - what do you need to know?
The Deutschlandstipendium provides funding for highly gifted students at a German university. Along with outstanding performance at school and university, the factors taken into account during the selection procedure include commitment to social causes and the willingness to assume responsibility. Credit is also given to students who have successfully overcome obstacles in their personal lives, for example in connection with their social or cultural origins.
The scholarships will be financed by private sponsors, each of whom will sponsor the students for at least one year. The federal government will top up each monthly donation of 150 Euro by another 150 Euro. The scholarship winners will therefore receive 300 Euro a month. This funding does not depend on your income or that of your parents. Neither is it offset against BAföG. The scholarships are awarded by the universities.
All the most important information on implementing the Deutschlandstipendium programme at Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, the application procedure, selection criteria and deadlines is provided in the FAQ and guidelines:
Along with the financial support, another significant advantage of the Deutschlandstipendium programme is the contact between students and sponsors. Read the testimonies from our sponsors and scholarship winners!
You may contact the following liaison staff and scholarship administrators in each department with any questions:
- FB 01: Sankt Augustin Prof. Dr. Ralf Meyer, Dina Ramien (scholarship administrator), Rheinbach Prof. Dr. Peter Muck (provisionally), Anne Schaefer (scholarship administrator)
- FB 02: Prof. Dr. Andreas Priesnitz
- FB 03: Dr. Anouschka Strang (scholarship administrator)
- FB 05: Prof. Dr. Christina Oligschleger, Prof. Dr. Klaus Lehmann (scholarship administrator)
- FB 06: Prof. Dr. Karin Hummel, Sandra Wrzeziono (scholarship administrator)