Germany has long been among those countries that recognizes the need for skilled and talented young people. To this end, funding for those who will not only study in the country but may also decide to build their careers here is one of the effective methods to attract accomplished human power. Thus, the country is among those that offer some of the best scholarships. Let us in this article have a look at some of the better ones.
The same as many professions such as nurses and doctors, qualified agri professionals are already in a severe short supply. The challenges ahead to feed the ever increasing population will remain and to this effect the scholarship supports study courses, research classes, masters and PhD programs and are granted to those who are from Germany and foreigners who will pursue their studies in Germany.
More info about scholarship
Bayer Science and Education Foundation
This program is for those with exceptional abilities to take up path breaking international research projects related to health and agriculture.
Technical University Munich
The university has a tie up with various foundations and industry. They help get grants for students studying for different programs. Some of these scholarships are quite generous and cover all expenses. Additionally, they don’t always look only for students with exceptional talents and track record.
They support various programs and have a fairly large number of scholarships. There are some scholarship programs that are especially earmarked for international students.
Humboldt University of Berlin
This university too supports many programs through government funding and from several foundations. All of the foundations are listed on their website in detail. Additionally, their staff provides good support helping you choose and apply for those programs that may be best suited to you.
Free University of Berlin
They support thousands of students each year. For those preparing for 2021 we would recommend visiting their website towards May/June of this year. What is known is the Deutschlandstipendium appears to cover more foreigners than German nationals.
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