The University of Koblenz-Landau in Germany is pleased to invite applications for the Successful Start Scholarship Program. This scholarship is open to any overseas student pursuing specified master degree the university. The study must be started in winter semester 2019/20.
The International Office is able to provide limited financial support for international students within the frame of the Profil³-Project. The primary aim of this scholarship is to support qualified international students financially during their first semester at the University of Koblenz-Landau so that they can settle in and get used to living and studying in Germany.
The winners of the Successful Start Scholarship will receive benefit of:
- 400 Euros per month
- Period of support: maximum of 6 months
Level and Area of Studies
This Successful Start Scholarship is eligible for one of the following master programmes:
- M.Sc. Chemistry and Physics of Functional Materials (Koblenz)
- M.Sc. Ecotoxicology (Landau)
- M.Sc. Environmental Sciences (Landau)
- M.Sc. Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems (Koblenz)
- M.Sc. Web Science (Koblenz)
Place of Study
The study will be taken at the University of Koblenz-Landau in Germany.
Eligibility and Criteria
Applications are accepted from applicants who meet the following criteria:
- are not of German nationality,
- are accepted at University of Koblenz-Landau for one of the master’s programs mentioned above,
- start their studies in the winter semester 2019/20
- have achieved very good grades (GPA of 1.9 or better) in their previous studies
- need financial support
All nationalities other than German may apply this Successful Start Scholarship.
To apply this scholarship, applicants must submit the materials as follow:
- Properly completed, printed and signed application form
- Copy of the Letter of Acceptance at University of Koblenz-Landau for winter semester 2019/20
- CV (max. 2 pages)
- Copy of passport or identity card
Additional documents which applicants might want to hand in to support their application:
- Any relevant document which shows your social situation, e.g. certified copies (and their translations if applicable) of marriage certificates or birth certificate(s) of your child(ren) in German or English.
15 June 2019.