Take part - it pays off!

Advantages for students of the Ingolstadt University of Technology

  • Income independent allowance of 300 Euro per month
  • Contact to the sponsors and other scholarship holders
  • Building up a network during the studies for the later career entry

How many and in which courses of study are scholarships awarded?

For the winter semester 2020/21, the THI has awarded at least 24 scholarships for the academic year WS 2020/21 and SS 2021, some of which are subject related. For subject-related scholarships, the scholarship provider determines the course of study. Non-subject related scholarships mean that these scholarships are open to all students.

Scholarships are awarded in the following proportions:

  • 20% Master
  • 80% Bachelor

      thereof 35% first semester students
      of which 35% to students in 2nd to 4th semester
      of which 10% to students in the 5th to 7th semester

  • Proportion of dual students in total: 10%

Who can apply?

  • Bachelor and Master students of all courses of study within the standard period of study. Applicants must be enrolled at Ingolstadt University of Technology.
  • Applicants who are about to start studying at Ingolstadt University of Technology

What are the criteria for awarding the scholarships?

The selection of scholarship holders is mainly based on the average grade point average of the study achievements to date (deadline: 11.09.). For first-year students in Bachelor's and Master's programmes, the average grade of the university entrance qualification or Master's entrance qualification is used.

Special social and societal commitment as well as the following personal or family circumstances lead to an improvement of the grade (max. 0.4 points):

  • Care of own children
  • Care of relatives with a proven level of care at home
  • Severe disability
  • Migration background

The deduction is made only once, even if several of the criteria are met.

It is not possible to receive several scholarships at the same time!
We expressly point out that the Germany Scholarship will not be awarded if you are already receiving another gifted/performance-related material support from another institution that exceeds 30.00 € per month.

When do I have to apply?

  • Online application from the 2nd semester/re-registered students from 15 July to 15 September
  • Online application for first semester students from 15 September to 15 October

Please note that no applications will be processed outside the application period!

Here you can find information on issues relating to tax law connected with the Germany Scholarship.

Promoters 2019/20

Airbus Defence and Space GmbH
ASAP Electronics GmbH
Audi AG
Bauer Maschinen GmbH
Bürgerstiftung Ingolstadt
DIGIVEST GmbH
EFS - Elektronische Fahrwerksysteme GmbH
EPOS CAT GmbH
Faurecia
Ferchau Engineering GmbH
Kellerhals-Stiftung
Kessel AG
Rotary Stipendium Ingolstadt e.V.
Spardabank München eG
Schubert & Salzer Control Systems GmbH
Verein der Freunde und Förderer der Technischen Hochschule Ingolstadt e.V.
Volksbank Raiffeisenbank Bayern Mitte eG
Volkswagen Group GmbH
Prof. Dr. Bernd Wegmann
Willibald-Schmidt-Stiftung Beilngries

Your personal data provided here will be treated as confidential and collected and processed exclusively for the selection of suitable applicants and for the implementation of the Germany Scholarship. The legal basis for this is § 10 of the German Scholarship Programme Act (StipG). Under this law, applicants for the scholarship programme are obliged to provide the information necessary for checking the performance and suitability requirements and to submit corresponding evidence. It is up to you which information you provide: tell us what qualifies you for the Germany Scholarship!

We are aware that this information is, in some cases, extremely confidential; some of the information (e.g. about illnesses, migrant background) comes under so-called special categories of personal data in terms of the German Federal Data Protection Act. Your data shall always be treated as confidential and protected with continuously updated security measures, in collaboration with our IT service provider.

If your application is unsuccessful in this selection process, we shall store your data for a maximum of 12 months to make it easier for you to reapply in the next selection process.

Anonymisation for statistics / evaluation

In accordance with § 13 of the German Scholarship Programme Act, we are obliged to transmit the scholarship recipients' data to the Federal Statistics Office for the preparation of federal statistics. This is done using a pseudonym, i.e. without disclosing your name.

Contact with the sponsor

Your sponsor may like to meet you, in order to invite you to events, if appropriate, or perhaps to offer you an internship. This contact is, however, only possible if you consent to your data being disclosed to the sponsor. This is completely voluntary.