Discover your educational dreams in Germany! Exciting news awaits you! The SBW Berlin Scholarship has opened its doors to international students. This unique scholarship program comes with a range of fantastic benefits and a simple step-by-step application process that we’ll explain in detail.
The SBW Berlin Scholarship is a fully-funded opportunity available to both undergraduate and master’s students from around the world. It covers 100% of your tuition fees and provides a monthly stipend, accommodation, travel allowance, and more.
At SBW Berlin, we are passionate about supporting educational projects worldwide. By offering this scholarship, we aim to contribute to the global advancement and dissemination of knowledge and education.
This scholarship is specifically designed for financially disadvantaged students from abroad. If you’re awarded the SBW Berlin Scholarship, you’ll have the chance to utilize the skills you acquire during your studies in Germany to benefit long-term non-profit projects, preferably in your home country.
Also, don’t forget to explore the Chevening Scholarship, which provides university tuition fees, a monthly living allowance, airfare to the UK, and additional grants and allowances.
Our selection process for the SBW Berlin Scholarship is based on your academic qualifications, personal aptitudes, and social needs. Almost all scientific and artistic disciplines are eligible for funding, and in certain cases, we also support vocational training in Berlin or Potsdam. However, please note that funding for studies in your home country or other German federal states is not included in this scholarship program.
So, take this opportunity and embark on your educational journey in Germany with the SBW Berlin Scholarship!
- Level of Study: Undergraduate, Masters
- Institution(s): SBW Berlin
- Study in: Germany
- Opportunity Focus Areas: All fields
- Program Period: Depends on the chosen degree.
- Deadline: May 15 to June 30 / November 15 to December 31 (Annually)
The SBW Berlin Scholarship offers the following advantages to the recipient:
- A room in our shared student apartments in Berlin.
- Money to cover living expenses, as calculated in section IX.
- Full coverage of tuition fees.
- There might also be a travel allowance for your trip to Berlin before starting your studies and for your journey back home after completing your studies.
Requirements for SBW Berlin Scholarship
To be eligible for the SBW Berlin Scholarship, candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Language: Proficiency in English is required.
- Citizenship: Applicants from all countries around the world are eligible.
- Age: Applicants should be between 18 and 30 years old.
- Education: Candidates should either be starting their university education or already enrolled in the first, second, or maximum third semester at a recognized university (either in Germany or abroad). Alternatively, they may be applying for a Master’s degree shortly before or after completing their Bachelor’s degree. A minimum average grade equivalent to a German grade point average of 2.0 is necessary.
- Income Limitation: Applicants with a relatively low net income are encouraged to apply. The total household income of the applicants should not exceed the officially stated average income for their home country. This includes the income of all household members and any other sources of income within the family, such as employment, business activities, property, child benefit, or pensions.
- Extra-curricular Experience: Preference will be given to applicants who have professional or volunteer experience in the non-profit sector.
By meeting these requirements, candidates will have a better chance of securing the SBW Berlin Scholarship, which aims to support promising individuals in their academic pursuits and community involvement.
- Fill out the application form completely.
- Provide your personal details, contact information, and include a photograph.
- Share information about your current and past education.
- Provide details about your parents, household members, recent school or university certificates, highest academic degree, current occupation, desired career, vocational training (if applicable), internships, professional experience, skills, hobbies, interests, travel abroad experience, and volunteering experience.
- Attach the following documents:
- A motivation letter (1 or 2 pages long).
- A copy of your most recent school or university certificate showing your grade point average and grades overview.
- A copy of your highest academic degree (high school diploma or university certificate) with grade point average and grades overview.
- If available, include copies of:
- University admission or evidence of qualification for university entrance.
- An internationally recognized language certificate for the language in which your studies will be taught.
- Previous work, training, apprenticeship, and internship certificates and references.
- If you have started studying already, include all obtained university certificates and records of achievements (both graded and ungraded).
- While not mandatory, it’s recommended to submit additional documents such as one or two letters of recommendation from professors, schoolteachers, employers, etc., and evidence of the net household income.
- Note: Non-certified copies and translations are acceptable for the application. However, certified copies of some documents will be required during the verification process if you successfully pass the selection process.
- Submit the application and all supporting documents in either German or English via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The final decision regarding scholarship grants for the upcoming semester will be communicated in early February or early August of each year.
Good luck with your application!
If you want to learn more about the SBW Berlin Scholarship, just head over to their official website!