About the scholarship:
International Students can apply for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation – Scholarship for International Students in Germany 2021 (Fully Funded). The scholarship covers master’s level studies in any of the subjects taught at German universities. The scholarship has an open deadline.
Africans, Asians, Latin Americans, and Eastern Europeans are among the applicants. Students from any subject area are eligible to apply if they have outstanding school or academic achievement, a desire to study in Germany, and a commitment to and practice of social democratic values. Scholarships are given to high-achieving students and come with a complete seminar program to help candidates improve their social and intellectual abilities. Another benefit of the sponsorship is individual support from an on-site liaison lecturer. Up to 40 students are sponsored by FES each year.
In Bachelor’s, Diploma, Magister, and state examination programs, they are paid EUR 830 per month; in Master’s programs, they are paid EUR 850 per month. Furthermore, health insurance costs are covered, and scholars with children receive a EUR 276 family stipend. The scholarship does not need repayment.
Especially talented students from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. The aptitudes and personalities of the candidates show great potential for a successful academic or professional career. Candidates must also demonstrate a commitment to social democratic values.
A monthly base fee of 861 EUR is paid to international students. Furthermore, health insurance costs are covered, and scholars with children receive a family stipend of 276 EUR. The scholarship does not need repayment.
Eligibility for Scholarship
1. Enrollment or admission to a German state or state-recognized higher education institution.
2. Good command of the German language, despite the fact that the classes are taught in English. This requires a DSH level 2 ‘Deutsche Sprachprüfung für dem Hochschulzugang,’ a DSH level 4 ‘Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache,’ or a Goethe Institute’s ‘Zertifikat C 1’.
Procedure for submitting an application:
1. excellent academic or school achievement (where required: first graded proofs of academic achievement)
2. Social and political participation, as well as a dedication to social democratic values
3. persons who are responsible, determined, and dependable who are willing to join the Foundation’s network
4. a working understanding of German, despite the fact that the courses are taught in English. This requires a DSH level 2 ‘Deutsche Sprachprüfung für dem Hochschulzugang,’ a DSH level 4 ‘Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache,’ or a Goethe Institute’s ‘Zertifikat C 1’.
Applications can be filed at any time; however, there are deadlines that must be adhered to.