The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) invites applications for the Fully-funded Master’s programmes open to the international students at the University of Stuttgart in Germany for the 2019/2020 academic session.

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides funds for scholarships
which can be tendered by the University of Stuttgart (subject to annual confirmation of the contract by the DAAD). The scholarship line is directed towards a highly committed international degree and doctoral students who will earn their degree from the University of Stuttgart. The aim is to support students who voluntarily commit themselves to improve the situation of international students at the University of Stuttgart.

The University of Stuttgart offers scholarships funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to advanced students. Priority is given to qualified, highly-committed international degree and doctoral students with demonstrated potential for completing their studies at the University of Stuttgart. The scholarship can be awarded for up to six months.

There are two types of DAAD STIBET I scholarships:

  • Scholarships for highly committed students
  • Graduation scholarships

Worth of Award

  • Fully-funded scholarships are available
  • DAAD master’s scholars get around 750 euros in monthly stipend plus coverage for travel to and from home country, research allowance, rent subsidy if the rent exceeds a certain percentage of total stipend and health insurance.

Eligibility

Applicants must be International students who;

  • will receive their degree from the University of Stuttgart (BSc, MSc or PhD)
  • have received good grades so far
  • are not recipients of any other full scholarships from a German or foreign organization
  • are in the final stage of their studies

How to Apply

Please submit all required documents (as listed in the PDFs above) to the International Office.

 

Deadline: Applications close on June 30, 2019.

Click here for more details and to apply

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