Dedaline: 15th May to 30th June & Nov 15th to 31st Dec [Every year] | SBW BERLIN SCHOLARSHIP 2024
Talented international students who have already demonstrated a commitment to social responsibility and who apply the knowledge and skills they have gained during their studies to work on social projects at a non-profit or social organisation in their home countries are supported by the SBW Berlin Scholarship for International Students.
Our scholarship recipients engage in social projects while attending classes in Berlin. Ideally, these initiatives support philanthropic causes run by local organisations in their home nations and/or help to raise standards of living there.
Our scholarship recipients are required to carry out the projects in their home countries and further them using the knowledge and skills they have gained here after successfully completing their studies. SBW Berlin is still providing them with advising help.
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Foreign nationals whose countries of origin appear to be in particular need of support in their development (see guidelines).Holders of a student visa or residence permit for the purpose of taking up or pursuing studies.
Requirements for the SBW Berlin scholarship for international students
- Between the ages of 18 and 30
- Professional or volunteer experience in the non-profit/social sector (supported by letters of recommendation from the social institution or non-profit organization).
- Have demonstrably not resided in Germany for more than 18 months prior to application
- University entrance qualification*
- Intention to work for at least 18 months in the country of origin after graduation or to engage in charitable activities in Germany until the repayment plan is fulfilled
- Proven relatively low net income (see guidelines).
- Average grade equivalent to a German grade point average of at least 2.0
- No first-degree family members permanently residing in Germany
- Application before the start of studies or fully enrolled in the first, second or maximum third semester at a state-recognized university (in Germany or abroad) or application for a master’s degree shortly before or after obtaining a bachelor’s degree
Expectations towards interested applicants
- Interest in social commitment and in the development of social projects
- Collaboration (past and future) with a non-profit/social institution in the home country
- Good academic performance – continuing education plan after graduation
- Transparency and clear communication regarding professional goals, etc.
- No financial support of family members or third parties through the scholarship program possible