Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Heinrich Böll Foundation scholarships in Germany, 2023-2024

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LEVEL: Undergraduate, Masters, PhD
FUNDING: Fully Funded
OPEN TO: All
PLACE: Germany
STATUS: 92 Days left

Students from any discipline and higher-education institution are invited to apply for the Heinrich Böll Foundation scholarships for 2023-2024 in Germany. The Heinrich Böll Foundation grants scholarships for Undergraduates, Graduates, and Ph.D. degree programs to support both foreign and German students. Applications to undergraduate degree programs are only open to Germans and foreign students educated in Germany.

The Heinrich Böll Foundation scholarship department will grant around 1500 Scholarships to International Students, European Union and German students to undertake studies in Germany for courses starting in April or October.

Named after the German Nobel Prize winner in Literature, the Heinrich Böll Foundation aims at fostering democracy and upholding human rights, taking action to prevent the destruction of the global ecosystem, advancing equality between women and men, securing peace through conflict prevention in crisis zones, and defending the freedom of individuals against excessive state and economic power.

Program Details

  • Host Institutions: State or state-recognized universities in Germany, Switzerland and other EU member states (for Germans/Foreign students educated in Germany and EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany) and German Universities in Germany (for Non-EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany).
  • Eligible Program: Available programs at the host university.
  • Number of Awards: About 1500.
  • Duration: Candidate’s program duration.
  • Target Group: Open to all nationalities.

Heinrich Böll Foundation scholarships Benefits

The Heinrich Boll scholarship coverage varies depending on the level and status of the student as shown below:

  1. Scholarship amount
    • Germans/Foreign students educated in Germany and EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany :
      • PhD Students: €1350 per month plus €100 per month for research allowance;
      • Undergraduate and graduate students: max. €812 plus €300 book allowance per month;
      • A possible family and/or childcare allowance, health insurance or similar.
    • Non-EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany :
      • PhD Students: €1,200 per month plus €100 mobility allowance per month, plus various individual allowances;
      • Undergraduate and Graduate students: €934 per month plus various individual allowance;
      • A possible family and/or childcare allowance, health insurance or similar.
  2. Funding of research stay abroad:
    • Germans/Foreign students educated in Germany and EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany: Additional funding available for scholarship-holders only;
    • Non-EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany : Funding is available for limited periods spent abroad.
  3. Funding of tuition fees:
    • Germans/Foreign students educated in Germany and EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany: Not possible in Germany. Possible to a limited extent in other countries for Undergraduate, Graduate, and PhD students;
    • Non-EU nationals/Students not educated in Germany :
      • PhD Students: Not possible;
      • Undergraduate and graduate students: In certain cases, possible in Germany.

Heinrich Böll Foundation scholarships Eligibility

To apply for this foundation scholarship, candidates must have the following profile:

  • Proof of the required level of German language (B2 oder DSH)
  • excellent school grades and academic standing
  • social engagement and interest in politics
  • (self)-reflective, goal-oriented, creative personalities in their own right with inter-cultural and gender-democratic competencies
  • identification with the goals of the Foundation
  • responsible, motivated, reliable individuals willing to play an active role in the Foundation’s work

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How to Apply for this Study in German scholarship

The Heinrich Böll Foundation only accepts online applications. Therefore, candidates willing to apply for this scholarship to study in Europe must click on the apply button below to access the online application portal. Please note that the portal will be open about 6 weeks before the application deadline.

Register on the application portal, fill in the required information, upload the required documents, and submit your application.

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3 Comments

  1. Good morning, please i am a cameroonian and i had my GCE advanced level with 3A grady and 2B grades make me eligible for a fully dindes scholarship in Germany

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