To help you keep track of the large number of scholarships, you will find the most important databases and blogs on the subject below. You will find basic information as well as helpful tips and tricks on application, selection procedures and funding!
With the help of the listed databases you can search for scholarships in advance of a consultation.
With 3,260 scholarship programmes worth a total of €610 million per year and 700,000 users per month, myStipendium is by far the largest scholarship platform in Germany. The database can be used free of charge.
The website Stipendienlotse is an interactive platform of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The database helps you to find the right scholarship based on your desired criteria. The comprehensive scholarship database can be filtered according to many different criteria such as training periods, subjects or target regions. The scholarship guide is the central contact point for nationwide and international scholarships in the private and public sector.
StipendiumPlus serves as an information blog on the subject of scholarships. As a community of various organisations for the promotion of gifted young people supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the following guiding principles are shared: Individuality, democratic plurality and socially responsible action. The commitment to society and the promotion of high-performing responsible persons is the main focus. StipendiumPlus supports scholarship holders in finding orientation and strengthening their will to shape society.
e-fellows.net brings students and professionals in contact with the best employers and universities. In addition, there is expert knowledge, jobs and events as well as exclusive services that help students advance in their studies and careers - all free of charge.
e-fellows.net was founded in 2000 by McKinsey, Telekom and Holtzbrinck as a talent network for very good and good students. Currently, 187,000 members are networking there, including 7,000 students, 60,000 students and 120,000 professionals.
The following information is intended to give you an understanding of the topic of scholarships for students. Please note that the following information is provided in German only.