If you are looking for a prestigious University, offering special financial opportunities for your study Abroad, then you may be interested in applying for the DAAD-STIBET program to study at the Dresden University of Technology in Germany.
This program is funded by the STIBET-Program of the German Educational Exchange Service (DAAD).
The DAAD is providing Scholarships for study completion, as well as highly qualified International students for the academic year 2020-2021.
About The Awarding Institution
Dresden University of Technology is known as one of the leading and most dynamic Universities in Germany.
The Dresden University of Technology offers a broad variety of 122 disciplines, and covers a wide research spectrum. It has earned a good reputation, about one-eighth of its students come from Abroad.
Why You Should Study At The Dresden University Of Technology
Dresden University of Technology is an Institution that strikes a balance between professional and personal responsibilities, and strives to ensure equal opportunity in all their employment practices.
It promotes the International character of the University and its members, as well as cross-border cooperation in research and teaching.
Dresden University of Technology provides state-of-the-art facilities, and an enabling environment, with staff that are highly skilled and gifted in their fields to help in the Educational path of its students, preparing them for impact in the global society.
Awarding University: DAAD and TU Dresden
Course Level of Study: Diploma, Bachelor & Master Program
Award: EUR 300 per month
Access Mode: Online (Application process is carried out online)
Required Nationality: International
Deadline for the Application: September 15, 2020
What Determines Eligibility?
Applications are welcomed from interested applicants from any part of the World.
Acceptable Course of Study: The Award is available for any Diploma, Bachelor, and Master Program in various subjects offered by the University.
In order to be deemed eligible, applicants must have to meet the following criteria:
International students of TU Dresden on the level of a Diploma, Bachelor, Master (except Master´s Programs taught in English) or state exam student.
International students of International Master´s Programs (Master´s Programs taught in English), are asked to apply only for a funding for Study completion, within the frame of the program programs STIBET III – Matching Funds, since these funds are exclusively available for International students of International Master´s Program.
For candidates who are exchange students, who only study one or two semesters at TU Dresden, and do not obtain a Degree at TU Dresden, are not eligible to apply for those Scholarships.
Information for Doctoral Students, who would like to apply for a Scholarship is available at the Graduate Academy of TU Dresden.
How You Can Apply
In order to sign up for this opportunity, the interested applicants must complete and submit the application form.
All candidates should send their applications, using the following mailing address:
Division Scholarship-Programmes International Students,
Ms. Hesse / Ms. Landgraf-Dietz,
Required Documents: the interested applicants are required to submit a current list of examination results (transcript), Confirmation of the examination office stating the achieved credits, as well as the overall average grade and CV with their application.
The Award is available to applicants with good and very good academic achievements (overall average grade of at least 2.5), and that obtain the final Degree within one year (registered for final thesis or achieved at least 75% of credits).
Those applicants whose previous education was not conducted in the English language, will be expected to demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency.
For more information go through the English language requirements page.
Benefits Of The Award
The Scholarship winners will receive a grant amount of EUR 300 per month, to study at the Dresden University of Technology for the academic year 2020-2021.