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Scholarships & Support Models

Scholarship programmes

Incidentally, it is not only the "highly gifted" who can get a scholarship. In addition to good grades at school or university, many foundations take into account voluntary work or personal circumstances. Below you will find a collection of initial contact points to get an overview of the scholarship landscape.

There are a number of foundations for the gifted that provide financial and non-material support for students. Most of these foundations pursue a specific goal and, in addition to good school or study performance, place value on voluntary work or address a specific target group, such as persons with a migration background or first-year students who have completed vocational training.
You can find a list of these foundations here. 

There are a number of foundations for the gifted that provide financial and non-material support for students. Most of these foundations pursue a specific goal and, in addition to good school or study performance, place value on voluntary work or address a specific target group, such as persons with a migration background or first-year students who have completed vocational training.
You can find a list of these foundations here

This programme is aimed at highly talented students at universities in Bavaria. You can find more info here.

Students in need at state universities, universities of applied sciences and art colleges in Bavaria can apply for a one-time grant to purchase books or other learning materials.
Applications can be submitted to the Study and Career Service (Amberg location: Uwe Stiegler, Weiden location: Marina Maric). You can find further information here.

The advancement scholarship of the Stiftung Begabtenförderung berufliche Bildung (Foundation for the Promotion of the Gifted and Talented in Vocational Education and Training) supports experienced professionals in pursuing their first academic higher education studies. You can find more info here.

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