All applications have to be submitted via the Online Application Platform
Erasmus Scholarships are not available for this program.
Candidates should indicate in the application form if they would like to apply for financial aid at the time of application.
EUR 17500 for EU students
EUR 19500 for Non-EU students
The fee includes tuition, insurance, examination and administrative services provided by each academic institution. Travel and accomodation expenses are excluded from the fee.
Erasmus Scholarships are not available for the September 2019 intake.
How to Apply for other scholarships:
GMIM Tuition Fee Contributions
Candidates can also apply for GMIM Tuition Fee Contributions which are partial discounts covering up to EUR 6000 and are generally awarded based on the following criteria:
Merit-based scholarships - Awarded to top candidates based on candidates' overall profile, GPA and motivational interview performance
The majority of scholarships are awarded based on merit, more specifically on academic excellence and the applicant's personal motivation for applying to the program. They are also granted on a first-come first-served basis.
The MicroBank (belonging to Caixa Bank) is offering loans of up to €18.000. For more details on application requirements and information on the loan, please follow the link.
The alternative to a student loan.
As a social business, Deutsche Bildung supports German students since 2007. Monthly as well as single and returning payments guarantee a completely flexible financing of almost all programs and subjects in Germany and abroad. Additionally, the extra-curricular-program WissenPlus focuses on the improvement of important social and professional competencies. The repayment is income-linked: students pay back a fixed percentage of their future income over a certain period of time once they have entered their first job successfully. The online-application is possible throughout the whole year at www.deutsche-bildung.de.
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