The Heinrich Boll Foundation scholarships 2024 are open to international students interested in studying for free in German universities. The Heinrich Foundation awarded 1,000 scholarships this year. The Heinrich Boll Foundation scholarships 2023 are funded by the DAAD foundation and the Heinrich Boll Foundation. This program is one of the most popular and prestigious German scholarship awards.
Students enrolled in any German university and major are eligible to apply for the Heinrich Boll Foundation Scholarships in Germany 2024. There is no application cost. Students who have excelled academically and who have taken an active role in their communities are given scholarships. Additionally, they must support the foundation’s ideals, which include justice, democracy, sustainability, and the environment.
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and its international office have established norms and regulations that The Heinrich Foundation Scholarships in Europe abide by. The student will receive the scholarship for the full time that he or she is enrolled in classes. Exceptional students from Germany and abroad are given the scholarship. Students from any academic field and institution are eligible to apply for financing as long as they demonstrate a dedication to both their academic and professional pursuits. Additionally, candidates must show that they are committed to the principles of green policy.
Heinrich Boll Foundation Germany is offering Two types of Scholarships.
For non-EU students, the monthly allowance is €850 per month plus various allowances. In some cases, tuition fees are possible in Germany.
EU students: The amount varies, but a maximum of €649 per month plus €300 for book money; tuition fees are not possible in Germany but are possible to a limited extent in other countries.
This scholarship covers the regular study period, which may be extended by one semester.
Students from outside the EU are entitled to a monthly allowance of €1,200 plus a €100 mobility allowance, plus various extra allowances; tuition fees are not possible.
For students from the European Union: €1350 per month stipend plus €100 per month allowance for research costs. There are no tuition fees in Germany, but limited fees are possible elsewhere.
The scholarship is normally awarded for two years, but can be extended twice by half a year at most.