Promoting young talent

Deutschlandstipendium is a scholarship for especially gifted, high-achieving students. It gives them the space to develop their personal talents and engage with society. As a sponsor, you can benefit by establishing valuable connections with highly qualified students. Now is the time to act!

With its transparent selection system, Deutschlandstipendium is an efficient way to support talented young scientists. And as a bonus, the German government will match your donation.

Sharing the costs
You can sponsor a scholarship by donating as little as EUR 150 per month. The German government will match this amount, which means that every scholarship recipient will get EUR 300 per month (EUR 3,600 per year).

In tune with your interests
You can specify that the scholarship you are sponsoring is awarded for a particular discipline or course. Over two thirds of scholarships are awarded for a particular discipline.

Transparent selection process
TUM selects the recipients under the scholarship program, ensuring that the award process is fair and transparent.

How your sponsorship helps
You provide both financial and non-financial support to a high-achieving student for one year. The sponsorship allows talented young scientists to develop their potential to the full.

Our concept
The concept underpinning Deutschlandstipendium embraces a wider definition of the term “achievement”. Alongside purely academic achievement (60%), we also take contribution to society (20%) and social criteria (20%) into account.

Companies, foundations and private individuals benefit from sponsoring young talent on a number of counts – regardless of whether the gesture was inspired by a desire to contribute to society or to network with high-achieving students.

Exclusive connections
Thanks to one-to-one matching of sponsors with scholarship recipients, you have an opportunity to develop a relationship with the students you are sponsoring during the scholarship year (and beyond). This is often a highly rewarding experience for private sponsors, also giving companies an opportunity to build ties with the outstanding talent of tomorrow. Complementing your financial contribution, you can also provide non-financial support and thus spark interest in your company or the work that your foundation is engaged in.

Networking
You can take part in a variety of events bringing together scholarship recipients, sponsors and university representatives. This enables you to tap into the network of one of the world’s most distinguished technical universities.

PR work
Your sponsorship will covered with our press and public relations work and communicated, for example, on our website, in our donors magazine and at the annual official ceremony. You can use the Germany Scholarship logo to signal your contribution to the education of young talent.

Tax benefits
You can usually offset your contribution against taxes.

Annual official ceremony
The official ceremony for the awarding of certificates gives you an opportunity to present yourself and meet the students you are sponsoring for the first time.

Bonus for companies: Recruiting new talent
Your support will be targeted at high-achieving students from disciplines that match the profile of your company. In addition, you will be investing in Germany’s future standing in the world of industry and commerce.

Bonus for foundations: Bringing your mission to life
Reflecting the mission defined in your articles of association, you can target your efforts at students who match your overarching philosophy. And you save time in the process – TUM’s experienced team will manage the entire application process following our proven protocol.

Reasons to give

Become a sponsor

If you are interested in supporting young talent at TUM, we would love to hear from you. As a sponsor, you will be assigned a designated contact here at TUM and this person will be immediately on hand to answer all your queries about the scholarship program.

 

Contact us to find out more:

Susanne Birkeneder
susanne.birkeneder(at)tum.de
Tel. 089/289-25466

 

Our Sponsors

Thanks to your support, TUM was able to award over 800 scholarships in the current year of funding. We are truly grateful for your generosity. We also thank all those who do not wish to be mentioned here.
We are particularly glad to see former scholarship recipients getting involved. “Sponsoring from one generation to the next” is our slogan for a campaign that has gone from strength to strength in recent years.

  • AGCO GmbH
  • Allianz Deutschland AG
  • ALTANA AG
  • Amazon Deutschland Services GmbH
  • BASF SE
  • Bayern LB
  • Biogen GmbH
  • Bechtel
  • birkle-IT AG
  • Blockcurators GmbH
  • B&O Gruppe
  • BSH Hausgeräte GmbH
  • Check24
  • Initiative ChemDelta Bavaria
  • Clariant Produkte (Deutschland) GmbH
  • Deloitte GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft
  • DRÄXLMAIER Group
  • echion Corporate Communication AG
  • Ed. Züblin AG
  • Endress+Hauser (Deutschland) GmbH+Co.KG
  • ep engineering people GmbH
  • EQS Group AG
  • Esri Deutschland GmbH
  • Freudenberg Chemical Specialities SE & Co. KG
  • Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH
  • Held & Francke Fonds
  • Herrenknecht AG
  • IngPunkt Ingenieurgesellschaft für das Bauwesen
  • Inverso GmbH
  • Itestra GmbH
  • KUHNEN & WACKER Patent- und Rechtsanwaltsbüro
  • Leni Schwaiger Stiftung
  • MAN Truck & Bus SE
  • MULTIVAC Sepp Haggenmüller SE& Co. KG
  • Naabtaler Milchwerke GmbH & Co. KG, Privatmolkerei
  • Nanotec Electronic GmbH & Co. KG
  • Novatec Consulting GmbH
  • OC Oerlikon Management AG
  • PartG mbB
  • PERI GmbH
  • QuantCo Deutschland GmbH
  • Real Invest International GmbH
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • SAP SE
  • Stadtsparkasse München
  • Vector Informatic GmbH
  • Vinnolit GmbH & Co. KG
  • WACKER Chemie AG
  • Zilch + Müller Ingenieure GmbH

  • ADAC Stiftung
  • Adolf Feizlmayr-Stiftung & ILF Consulting Engineers
  • Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung
  • Attenkofer-Stiftung
  • Basu Stiftungsfonds
  • Bayerischer Bauindustrieverband e.V.
  • BayWa-Stiftung
  • Bund der Freunde e.V.
  • Christian Bürkert-Stiftung gGmbH
  • DELO-HEROLD-Stiftung
  • Dobeneck-Technologie-Stiftung
  • Dr. Rolf und Hildegard und Günter Scheunert Stiftung
  • Evonik-Stiftung
  • Gustav Polensky-Stiftung
  • Hanns Voith-Stiftung
  • Heinrich und Lotte Mühlfenzl-Stiftung
  • Hochschulstadt Straubing e.V.
  • HörmannStiftung
  • Irene-Stiftung zur Förderung begabter Studenten
  • iwis mit der Johannes Winklhofer Stiftung
  • Karoline Steinhardt-Fonds der TUM
  • Karl-Max von Bauernfeind-Verein e.V.
  • Klaus Höchstetter Stiftung
  • Louis Schuler Fonds für Bildung und technische Wissenschaften e.V.
  • Margarete-Ammon-Stiftung
  • Max Schönleutner Gesellschaft Weihenstephan
  • Maximilian Glässel-Stiftung
  • Nicolaus-Fonds der TUM
  • Peter Pribilla-Stiftung
  • Regionale Studienförderung Dillingen e. V.
  • Rolf und Dr. Windemuth Hennig-Stiftung
  • Schober Müller Stiftung
  • Silesia-Clemens Hanke-Stiftung
  • Stiftung zur Förderung des Wartburg Symposiums on Flavour Chemistry & Biology
  • The Document Foundation
  • TÜV SÜD Stiftung
  • TUM Deutschlandstipendium Aktive-, Alumni- & Förderverein e.V.
  • TUM Management Alumni e.V.
  • TUM Universitätsstiftung - Loenhard Moll-Stiftung
  • TUM Universitätsstiftung - Marlies und Prithwis Basu-Stiftungsfonds
  • TUM Universitätsstiftung - Roland und Uta Lacher-Fonds
  • TUM Universitätsstiftung - Stiftungsfonds Familie Busch
  • vbw-Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e.V.
  • Verband Weihenstephaner Milchwirtschaftler,
    Bio- und Lebensmitteltechnologen e.V. (WMBL)
  • Weihenstephaner Jubiläums-Stiftung

  • Sven Achter
  • Prof. Dr. Maria Bannert
  • Heinz Bittl
  • Dr. Sandra Bogdanovic
  • Andreas Buchbender
  • Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz
  • Georg Chmiel
  • Dr. Farhad Farassat
  • Prof. Dr. Richard W. Fischer
  • Drs. Susanne und Dr. Norbert Gaus
  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang A. Herrmann
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hartmut Hoffmann
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas F. Hofmann
  • Ilka und Jochen Horstmeier
  • Dr. Dirk Ippen
  • Dr. Hannemor Keidel
  • Jasmin und Dr. Franz-Robert Klingan
  • Dr. Susanne und Jürgen Köhler
  • Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar
  • Dr. Manfred Leder
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Müller
  • Senatorin E.h. Ingeborg Pohl
  • Amey Purandare
  • Prof. Dr. Kristina Reiss
  • Frank-Peter und Petra Reissinger
  • Anette Roder
  • Gernot Strube
  • Sylvia Reul und Christian Ungureanu
  • Prof. Dr. Bernhard und Gabriele Rieger
  • Michael Scharl
  • Prof. Dr. Volker und Dr. Karen Sieber
  • Pascal Stegmann
  • Testament Dr. Woller
  • Edeltraud Thoma
  • Prof. Dr. Kurosch Thuro
  • Dr. Karl Heinz Weiss
  • Claus Winkler
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