Study Abroad Scholarships in Germany
You may refer to the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) website for additional German scholarship information than those listed below.
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX)
Overview: This scholarship comes with intensive German language courses (2 months), coursework at a German university of applied sciences (4 months), and a long-term internship (5 months) within each participant's field. This program is limited to 75 US citizens or permanent residents, and therefore is highly competitive. Please visit the website above for eligibility information.
Univeristy of mannheim - baden-wurttemberg stipedium
overview: One of our exchange partners, University of Mannheim, offers a scholarship for students studying at their university. Students who decide to spend one or two semesters at the University and show an outstanding academic record are eligible to apply for this scholarship. There will be a selection process according to academic records.
600 € per month for undergraduate and postgraduate students
The scholarships will be granted for a period of four months.
March 31st, 2017 for fall semester 2017
October 15th, 2017 for spring semester 2018
Upload a cover letter (including motivation for studying abroad and at the University of Mannheim max. 1 page)
Transcript of records for Bachelor and Master students
UAS7 Study & Internship Program (SIP) in Germany
Overview: The UAS7 is a program that helps exchange student with both a study and internship experience in Germany. This internship gives preference to students in the areas of: engineering, science, life sciences; business, management, economics; architecture, art, design; journalism, and social work. Students can find more information on UAS7 website seen above.
Your students can apply for our Study and Internship Program (SIP) to spend a semester studying on one of our campuses and a semester interning, our Study Program (SP) for a study semester at a UAS7 campus or our Internship Program (IP), which opens the doors of our campus research laboratories to highly qualified undergraduate and graduate students. Our programs are open to students in a wide range of applied fields.
In addition, these programs offer scholarship support to successful applicants. Applicants are automatically considered for one of two types of financial support: the DAAD Scholarship and the UAS7 Travel Scholarship.
700 € per month for living expenses
800 € for travel expenses
Paid internships are available
Deadline: The next application deadline is soon on February 15th (for all program options). The fall deadline has moved to October 1st (only SP, IP). Students can view the website for exact dates.
Melissa Matsubara, Director of International Exchange
and Study Abroad Programs.
Phone: (808) 544-9326