Study

DAAD STIBET I Graduation Grant

Eligibility

Who can apply?

  • MPP or MIA students who expect to graduate in June 2017 (or January 2018)
  • Full-time enrolment during the Spring Semester 2017
  • Non-German nationality 
  • The minimum GPA is 71.0.

About the programme

STIBET I is a programme from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) financed by the Federal Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt) to improve the study experience for foreign students.

The Graduation grant is an essential part of this programme and aims to support non-German students with financial difficulties which might prevent them from graduating.

What does the STIBET I Graduation Grant fund?

The STIBET I Graduation Grant aims to support non-German students with financial difficulties that might prevent them from graduating.

The Grant

We currently have funding for three Graduation Grants, which will support you for 2 months with a monthly allocation of 660 €

One week after the application deadline you will receive an e-mail with the final decision. The selection committee consists of representatives from the Graduate Programmes Team, Student Affairs, Accounting and the Faculty. 

The final decision will be based on the information in your explanatory statement, CV as well as your academic transcript. 

How to apply

If you want to apply for the STIBET I Graduation Stipend please upload the following documents to MyStudies by 17 April 2017, 23:59 CET:

  • Your Explanatory Statement (1 page, containing your current academic and social development, but also detailed insights on the financial difficulties that might prevent you from graduating, e.g. situation of the family)
  • CV
  • Current transcript