Other scholarships, prizes and competitions

Numerous institutions award scholarships and prizes or hold competitions for students. Here you can find current announcements.

TUM Asia provides successful applicants with a one-time grant of up to 50% of the tuition fees for one of the following Master's programs: Aerospace Engineering, Green Electronics, Industrial Chemistry, Integrated Circuit Design, and Rail, Transport and Logistics.

Applicants must email TUM Asia Admissions Advisors (events(at)tum-asia.edu.sg) and include this e-flyer, which also provides more detailed information about the TUM Asia Scholarship, to receive a special code. With this code, they can fill out an online application on this website. In doing so, they must also submit an essay of no more than 500 words in which applicants justify why they should receive the TUM Asia Scholarship.

Applications are accepted annually between October 1 and March 31.

In view of the coronavirus pandemic, the Hildegardis Association is launching an emergency aid program for female students who belong to a Christian denomination. The applications for the interest-free loans that the association has been granting since its foundation in 1907 are now being examined and approved in an expedited procedure. The simplified procedure includes a grant of up to €3000.

Applications can be submitted continuously.

Here you will find further information.

With “Böckler-Aktion Bildung”, the Hans Böckler Foundation awards scholarships to young people who could not afford to study otherwise. Students who are on their way to obtaining their high school diploma (Abitur) or entrance qualification for university of applied sciences (Fachhochschulreife) can apply. Applications are also open to those who have only recently qualified for university entrance.

Applications can be submitted up to three months before the end of the standard period of study.

Here you will find further information.

With its graduation grant, the E.W.-Kuhlmann-Stiftung supports students who are about to graduate and are dependent on financial support. They can receive an interest-free loan of up to €2000.

Applications can be submitted continuously.

Here you will find further information.