Information on the Deutschlandstipendium at the University of Tübingen
The University of Tübingen will once again be awarding Deutschlandstipendium scholarships for the coming semesters. This supplementary income of 300 euro per month goes to support especially gifted and high-performance students. You can find details on the purpose of the scholarships and on how to apply in the official call for applications and the University of Tübingen DStip articles
Who may apply?
The overall assessment of an applicant’s potential may include special successes, awards and prizes in supraregional, academically-oriented competitions; particular personal or family circumstances such as illness or disability, duty of care for one’s own child/ren - particularly as a single parent - or responsibility for close relatives in need of care; working in the family business, working parallel to studies; particular family or migrant origins.
The scholarship comprises 300 euro per month. The scholarships are approved for one year. You may make a new application during the application period. The Deutschlandstipendium is awarded independent of income and may be combined with BAFöG assistance. The scholarships are strictly linked to the prescribed minimum period of study and may be extended beyond that period only in justified cases. You can only apply for a Deutschland scholarship in your major subject.
You cannot apply via email. Submit your application in writing including all necessary documentation to Student Administration (Studierendensekretariat). Use the application form which you can download from this page starting on 1 November 2018 (see right-hand column).
Applications for the next round (SS 2019 and WS 2019/20) must be submitted in the period:
1 November 2018 - 30 November 2018
Applications which are late, incomplete or otherwise fail to meet these guidelines cannot be considered in the selection procedure.
Further information on the Deutschlandstipendium is available at: www.deutschlandstipendium.de and from Student Administration.