Brandt School Universität Erfurt

Scholarship Offering Institutions

You may apply for scholarships offered by outside institutions. Please be aware that these institutions have their own application deadlines and procedures. In many cases, up to ten months or even more may pass between your first contact with a scholarship-awarding institution and a final decision on your application. Thus, if you depend on such support, please start the application process as soon as possible. Parallel to that you should be applying for admission to our program. Ideally, you should start preparing both as early as November if you wish to begin your studies in October the next year.

The following list is by no means exhaustive but rather is meant to give you an initial idea of what types of institutions may provide scholarships.

1. Scholarships awarded to German citizens and to residents who have received their secondary education in Germany ("Bildungsinlaender") and citizens of the European Union. 

2. Scholarships awarded both to prospective students from Germany and from abroad

  • Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung ( www.fes.de) For foreign students: The programs are mainly designed to help students from countries in Africa, Asia, Middle and Eastern Europe, and Latin America

  • Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung ( www.boell.de) A first degree, like a B.A., is required in order to be eligible for funding.

  • Ford Foundation ( www.fordfoundation.org )

  • Fulbright Commission ( www.fulbrightalumni.org )

  • Rotary International ( www.rotary.org )

  • Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung ( www.freiheit.org )

3. Scholarships awarded to prospective students from abroad:

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