Scholarships for International Bachelor and Masters Students, Germany

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Frankfurt School of Finance and Management – Scholarships for International Bachelor and Masters Students
Application Deadline: 15 August

The STIBET programme, which is funded by the Auswärtiges Amt (Federal Foreign Office) and the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), provides financial support to international degree-seeking students

Scholarships are awarded by many national and regional bodies: various possibilities are available from a range of organisations including political parties, churches and associations.Grants have the advantage over student loans and funds that the funding you receive does not have to be paid back. So you should make this funding option a high priority.

Scholarships from the Frankfurt School Foundation
The aim of the Frankfurt School funding programme is to provide especially talented candidates with an opportunity to study, irrespective of their financial circumstances.
The Frankfurt School Foundation awards twelve scholarships altogether each year for the following study programmes:

Bachelor
Scholarships for the two best applicants for each of the following study programmes (course language German)
- Management, Philosophy & Economics (B.Sc.)
- International Business Administration (B.Sc.)
- Business Administration Intensive Track (B.Sc.)

Master
Scholarships for the two best applicants for each of the following study programmes (course language English)
- Master of Finance (M.Sc.)
- Master in Management (M.Sc.)
- Master of International Business (M.A.)

It is not necessary to submit a separate application for a scholarship. The complete application for the study programme must be submitted by 31 May 2012.

STIBET III Matching Funds Scholarships
The STIBET programme, which is funded by the Auswärtiges Amt (Federal Foreign Office) and the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), provides financial support to international degree-seeking students.
Frankfurt School awards a total of six STIBET III Matching Funds scholarships for new international Master’s students in the following study programmes:

- Master of Finance (M.Sc.)
- Master of International Business (M.A.)
- Master in Management (M.Sc.)

The STIBET III Matching Funds scholarships comprises a cost-of-living subsidy of approximately EUR 440 per month from September 2012 to February 2013. Selection criteria include candidates’ academic results (marks at A-Level or equivalent, or grade of first degree), performance in the GMAT (or equivalent), and extra-curricular achievements.

It is not necessary to submit a separate application for a scholarship. A Frankfurt School committee selects scholarship winners by 24 August at the latest. The committee’s decision is final and candidates have no legal entitlement to a scholarship.

The stipends will be paid in six instalments of approximately EUR 440 between September 2012 and February 2013.

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