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18 Germany Scholarships Awarded

In the current winter semester 2023/24, the University of Erfurt has once again awarded 18 scholarships as part of the national scholarship programme – so-called Deutschlandstipendien – to particularly talented, high-achieving students. This was made possible by the support of the Ernst Abbe Foundation, the "Vereinigte Kirchen- und Klosterkammer Erfurt", the Zonta Club and other private donors. The award ceremony took place this afternoon in the "Hörsaal 7" café.

picture from the presentation of the scholarships
Professor Gerd Mannhaupt, Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Erfurt, presented the Germany Scholarships.

The national scholarship programme is aimed at all first-year students and students already enrolled on a Bachelor's or Master's programme. Scholarships are generally awarded for a period of two semesters based on talent and performance. In addition to previous achievements, social commitment, willingness to take on responsibility or special social, family or personal circumstances are also taken into account. Half of the scholarships of 300 euros are funded by the federal government, the other half by companies, foundations, associations or private sponsors. The first Germany Scholarships were awarded by the University of Erfurt in 2012.

further information / contact:

Annett Brähne
Annett Brähne
Ansprechpartnerin Deutschlandstipendium
(Quality management in studies and teaching)
C02 - Verwaltungsgebäude, Raum 0.30
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