$2,000 Friedrich Ebert Foundation – Scholarship for International Students – Germany 2022

Written by K Fisher on March 10, 2022

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

    All
  • Country of the Scholarship

    Germany
  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

    2022
  • Type of scholarship

    Master's scholarship
  • Scholarship amount given

    $1000 - $3000
  • Type of scholarship administrator

    University
  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

    Online
  • Applier's country

    South Africa
  • Expenses covered

    Monthly subsistence allowance
  • Scholarship Contact Details

    E-Mail: Redaktion@fes.de  

The Univerisity of Freiburg offers a multitude of programs that range from Bachelor’s to Ph.D. degree levels. However, this scholarship that has been granted and funded by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation is looking for international students from select areas to study and achieve a Master’s degree in Germany.

Available Master’s programs are:

 

    • Ancient Near Eastern Studies – Living Environments in Past and Present
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Applied Physics
      Master of Science (M.Sc.)
    • Applied Political Science
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Archaeological Sciences
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Art History
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Biology
      Master of Education (M.Ed.)
    • Biomedical Sciences (Continuing Education Program)
      Master of Science (M.Sc.)
    • British and North American Cultural Studies
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Business Administration (Public and Non-Profit-Management)
      Master of Science (M.Sc.)
    • Catholic Theology
      Master of Education (M.Ed.)
    • Catholic Welfare Studies and Ethics
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Chemistry
      Master of Science (M.Sc.)
    • Chinese
      Master of Education (M.Ed.)
    • Classical Cultures
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Classical Philology
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Diversity in the Islamic World
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Economic Science
      Master of Education (M.Ed.)
    • Educational Science – Teaching and Learning
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • European Literatures and Cultures
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • Forest Sciences
      Master of Science (M.Sc.)
    • Hydrology
      Master of Science (M.Sc.)
    • Law
      Master of Laws (LL.M.)
    • Licentiate Program in Catholic Theology
      Licentiatus Theologiae (Lic. theol.)
    • Linguistics
      Master of Arts (M.A.)
    • And many many more are available

In the current 2020 era, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation has created a set of main aspirations that have the focused eye on promoting political and societal education of people from everywhere on the planet. With the desired and rich spirit of democracy and pluralism, to ensure and help the younger generation with the opportunity to study and conduct enough research from scholarships, and to work toward international understanding and cooperation.

The foundation was established in the mid-1920s during a democratic political movement that shaped the core missions and principles that the foundation follows today.

 

Eligibility

  • Students that are deemed eligible to apply must come from Latin America (Argentina, Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Uruguay), Asia (China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore and more), Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Senegal, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Morocco, Mali, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Sudan, Madagascar, Algeria, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Angola, Niger, Zambia, Namibia, Liberia, and more), or Eastern Europe (Belarus, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine and the western part of the Russian Federation).
  • This scholarship is meant for specific international students, any applicant should consult the university website link or contact the e-mail address provided.
  • Any international student that wishes to apply must have either a fluent or near-fluent understanding of the German language.
  • Students must be going for their Master’s degree upon submitting their application form.
  • This scholarship is open to all eligible Master’s programs available at the university.
  • Both male and female applicants may apply, although female students will have a better chance at winning this specific scholarship.

 

Requirements

Students that want to apply must first apply for admissions to the University of Freiburg. Then they must apply for a Master’s program that is available (there are a few courses above) and then all applicants will then proceed to successfully fill out the scholarship application form.

 

How to Apply

When it comes to applying for this scholarship award, students will need to either take a German language test (where students have to score at the minimum level) or show their previous German language test scores.

Afterward, this is a merit academic scholarship where only outstanding and high achieving academic students will be considered as recipients. It is also implied that applicants must show a strong social democratic value or interest, this can mean government involved programs.

 

Reward – Extra Benefits

The award amount is split into factions, with approximately 850 euros going towards a monthly allowance for the student. Followed by 270 euros going towards individuals who have families (primarily children) which will be paid per month, as another monthly allowance.

The extra added benefit is that any international individual who is accepted as a recipient is enrolled in health insurance that is covered by this scholarship, and so is the individual’s family.

This can be considered a family-oriented scholarship since family allowance is part of the reward. This means individuals with children will be the primary recipient over single individuals.

 

Deadline

The official deadline date is November 10th, 2022. This gives students ample time to take their German language test and take it multiple times if they do not pass with the minimum grade expected.

All individuals that wish to know more should consult the e-mail provided if an answer has not been answered or if the student wishes to ask about deferment. This scholarship does not specify if the individual needs to be a full-time or part-time student.

 

Open Submission Window Time Frame

The open submission window time frame begins in May and extends into November of 2022. All potential applicants that are interested in this scholarship and wish to qualify should go through the guidelines that are available on the website. Now, with the website even though it is in German, the web browser Chrome can translate to any language necessary. But that’s the tip and trick is that this scholarship is to test students’ German language ability.

 

Annual

This is an annual international scholarship that occurs each and every academic year.

All individuals who are interested in this scholarship application should consult the website link for further guidelines. If anything is not clear on the scholarship form, students should send a question to the e-mail address provided in the contact section.

We do inform our readers to always check the website link’s “FAQs’ section before sending any inquiring e-mails since any question a student may have, may already have a live answer.

When viewing the website view under Chrome to be able to turn on the language translation settings.


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