GERMANY NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Scholarship Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung’s political organization has a scholarship program for students who are interested in civil rights or want to contribute to social-political activities. The program’s scholarship amount is 1,000 euros (VND 25 million) per month used to pay management fees, health insurance, and school supplies.

Bayer Scholarship

5 of Bayer’s scholarship programs include Otto Bayer for Life Sciences, Carl Duisberg for Medicine, Jeff Schell for Agriculture, Kurt Hansen for Biochemistry and Hermann Strenger for those who want to improve their skills in the fields of Health, Business, and Science. Except for Hermann Strenger, Bayer’s remaining scholarship programs are for research purposes. The funding for the research project is limited to 20,000 euros (VND 517 million) / project.

Heinrich Böll Scholarship

Heinrich Böll organizes scholarship programs for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and Environmental Science related subjects for all students around the world. This scholarship program is only available for Master and Doctoral degrees. Applicants must have a German language proficiency of B2 or above. The review board only accepts online applications and applicants usually only have 6 weeks from the time of application opening to the deadline for applying.

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Scholarship (KAS)

KAS Scholarship is for those who wish to study a Master’s or Doctoral degree. The scholarship support is 850 euros (VND 22 million) per month for a Master’s degree within 2 years and 1,200 euros (VND 31 million) / month for a Doctorate in 3 years. The scholarship may cover other expenses such as insurance of about 120 euros (3 million VND), family living cost 276 euros (7 million VND) / month if the applicant has a spouse and a petition fee. young 194 euros (5 million VND) per month if two people have young children. Travel expenses for research purposes may be considered for coverage. Unlike the Bachelor’s and Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Germany, tuition fees must be paid, so the program will refund 500 euros (VND 13 million) / semester.

In addition to financial benefits, applicants also enjoy the same advantages as participating in specialized in-depth seminars, supported by well-known speakers as well as universities in both academic and career pathways and are in the network of scholars who seek future opportunities. Scholarships will be given priority to candidates who are interested in politics, human rights and social issues in general. In addition to having a CEFR level 2 German certificate, applicants cannot exceed 30 years of age at the time of submission.