Academic scholarships for Master students
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences awards scholarships to academically strong foreign students studying in Master degree programmes*.
up to 400 Euros/month (4 months per semester)
The scholarship is for one semester; an extension for a further two semesters is possible.
- Applicants must be enrolled in a Master's programme* at the HAW Hamburg
- Applicants must have completed their school education outside of Germany or have graduated from a Studienkolleg
- Applicants must not be eligible for BAföG**
* Students in Design degree programmes (Illustration, Communication Design, Fashion- Textile and Costume Design) as well as students of Public Health, Public Management, Sozial- und Gesundheitsmanagement and degree programmes in collaboration with Heide and Lüchow-Dannenberg cannot apply for scholarships.
** If you fulfill the basic application criteria according to §8 of the BAföG law (Federal Training Assistance Act), you will not be eligible for this scholarship according to the scholarship regulations. This is independent of whether you actually receive funding from BAföG or not.
Applicants must fulfil one of the following academic requirements:
a) Non-engineering students: completion of a Bachelor's degree or Diplom in the "Regelstudienzeit" with a grade of at least 2.0 (or equivalent to German system, if the degree is from outside Germany)
b) Engineering students: completion of a Bachelor's degree or Diplom in the "Regelstudienzeit" with a grade of at least 2.2 (or equivalent to German system, if the degree is from outside Germany)
c) All grades for the first semester in a Master's programme at the HAW Hamburg better than at least 2.5, also for extensions.
Ideally students should also have completed an internship and have been involved in a social project or worked as a volunteer.
Please complete the application form and submit it to the International Office of the HAW Hamburg. The scholarships are awarded by a commission of the HAW Hamburg.
30.10. (for the winter semester)
30.04. (for the sumer semester)
Letzte Änderung: 22.07.16
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