While you must have heard that German study is free, well, not entirely but up to a large extent. With the federal republic’s decision, the international students are exempt from paying the tuition fee, just the regular administrative remunerations. Moreover, the cost of education, already being less, can also be deducted from the income tax if you plan on working there.
Regardless of your home country, you get scholarships and bursaries in public-owned colleges and universities. There are both, state-funded and non-government-funded financial aid, offered to the students who wish to study in German universities.
● Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship
● Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships for International Students
● Humboldt Research Fellowships for Postdoctoral Researchers
● Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Scholarships
● Kurt Hansen Science Scholarships
● Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) for Developing Countries
● Mawista Scholarship
● Deutschland Stipendium
● The Helmholtz Association
● DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) International Scholarships
● University Specific Scholarships
The trend of students opting for this nation is rising as the scholarships in German universities are not the ones to overlook. For more details on the financial support provided by the specific university, you can directly contact us.
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