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30 enero 2011

Becas para pregrado y posgrado en Alemania - Heinrich Boll Foundation




For (Under-)Graduate and PhD Students
We support undergraduates, graduates, and PhD students in all subjects who embrace the Green cause, share the fundamental values of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, can demonstrate an excellent academic record, and are socially and politically active. Our scholarship programme brings together students from all over the world. Further information (pdf, 564 KB).
NEXT APPLICATION DEADLINES
A) By 1 March 2011 (postmarked) applications can be handed in by:
German students, students who have gained their university entrance qualification from a German school (‘Bildungsinländer_innen’) and students from EU countries studying for their first university degree (all subjects; university or college, e.g. Fachhochschule; degrees: Bachelor, Diploma or State Examination)
  • Applicants can apply for a scholarship before their studies begin; applications are possible within the first three semesters at the time of application.
  • For applications from EU countries: The regional focus is on Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Applications for Master’s programmes are not possible.
Students in a Master’s programme coming from countries outside the EU wishing to study in Germany (all subjects; university or college, e.g. Fachhochschule)
  • Applicants should provide proof that they have already graduated with an initial professional qualification. Application is exclusively possible for students aiming for a Masters degree in Germany.
  • At the time of applying for a scholarship you should provide proof of a place at a German university.
  • The regional focus is on countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS countries) and countries of the Near and Middle East.
Doctoral students coming from countries outside the EU wishing to do their PhD studies in Germany (all subjects)
  • Applicants should provide proof that they have been accepted as a doctoral student by a German institution of higher education.
  • The regional focus is on countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS countries) and countries of the Near and Middle East.
  • Priority is given to dissertation topics that are related to the main working areas of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
B) By 1 September 2011 (postmarked) applications can be handed in by:
German students, students who have gained their university entrance qualification from a German school school (‘Bildungsinländer_innen’) and students from EU countries
--> Applicants must study a subject within the areas of Mathematics, Informatics, Natural Sciences and Enineering (university or college, e.g. Fachhochschule; degrees: Bachelor, Diploma, State Examination AND Master)
and / or
--> Applicants must study in a college, e.g. Fachhochschule (all subjects; degrees: Bachelor, Diploma, State Examination AND Master)
  • Applicants studying for a first degree (degree: Bachelor, State Examination or Diploma) can apply for a scholarship before their studies begin; applications are possible within the first three semesters at the time of application.
  • Applicants studying in a Master’s programme can apply for a scholarship before their studies begin; applications are possible within the first semester of the Master’s programme at the time of application.
  • Funding priority is given to subjects within the areas of Mathematics, Informatics, Natural Sciences and Engineering with a focus on sustainability and environmental and energy issues.
  • For applications from EU countries: The regional focus is on Central and Eastern Europe.
Doctoral students coming from Germany and EU countries
  • Applicants should provide proof that they have been accepted as a doctoral student by a German institution of higher education.
  • For applications from EU countries: The regional focus is on Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Priority is given to dissertation topics that are related to the main working areas of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
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