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Vergabe der Urkunden für das Deutschlandstipendium bei der Stipendiatenfeier der HU

Vergabe der Urkunden für das Deutschlandstipendium bei der Stipendiatenfeier der HU
Photo: Matthias Heyde

Deutschlandstipendiat_innen 2016/17

Deutschlandstipendiat_innen 2016/17

Deutschlandstipendiat_innen 2015/16

Deutschlandstipendiat_innen 2015/16

German Scholarship

Promoting Young Talents for Our Future

German Scholarship

Promoting Young Talents for Our Future

General information on the Germany Scholarship is also available at the website of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

To the website of the Humboldt University: Theme Courses of the Schering Stiftung


As part of its programs to promote young talents, the Schering Stiftung participated in the Germany Scholarship program of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research from 2012 to 2019 and awarded scholarships to students at Berlin’s Humboldt University. The Schering Stiftung putted particular emphasis on the fact that the students are also interested in the arts or the sciences outside their own discipline. In order to further strengthen the interdisciplinary dialogue, the scholarship recipients became members of the Schering Stiftung’s fellows and alumni networks.

Germany Scholarship theme courses

Together with Berlin’s Humboldt University (HU Berlin), the Schering Stiftung launched a pilot project in summer term 2013: HU Berlin for the first time offers Germany Scholarship theme courses. As part of a year-long tutorial, 15 bachelors or masters degree students from different disciplines will work together on an interdisciplinary project.

The theme courses aim to provide Germany Scholarship recipients with insights into current research projects at an early stage of their studies in order to enable them to develop and present their own ideas. Conversely, the participating scholars and scientists hope that the scholarship recipients’ thirst for knowledge and fresh views will stimulate and encourage them to critically examine theories, including their own, and to develop new perspectives.

General information on the Germany Scholarship

With its Germany Scholarship, the BMBF in April 2011 launched a new nation-wide program to promote talented and high-achieving students. Outstanding students at German universities will receive a stipend of €300/month. The scholarship will be awarded by the universities and is designed to support and strengthen gifted and high-achieving students. It is co-financed by private sponsors and the federal government according to the “matching funds” principle: private sponsors pay €150/month, and the federal government doubles this amount. The scholarship is not related to income and is designed to supplement the students’ basic income so that they can focus even more successfully on their studies and achieve top results for Germany’s future. In the medium term, up to 8 percent of all students (approx 160,000 students) at German universities are to benefit from this new alliance between private and public sponsorship. The definition of what constitutes high achievement is deliberately broad: it includes good grades and academic achievements, but also the willingness to assume responsibility or the successful overcoming of obstacles in one’s life or educational career.

Award procedure and additional information

The Germany Scholarships of the Schering Stiftung are awarded by the HU Berlin. For any queries please contact:

Mariana Bulaty
Tel. +49 (0)30-20 93-21 47 | mariana.bulaty@hu-berlin.de

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Themenklasse 2018-2019

Promotion of young researchers — April 01, 2018

The Germany Scholarship supports “Natur der Wahrnehmung – Kunst der Täuschung,” a Germany Scholarship theme course at Berlin’s Humboldt University for students from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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Theme Course 2017-2018

Promotion of young researchers — April 01, 2017

The Germany Scholarship supports “Image Knowledge Gestaltung,” a Germany Scholarship theme course at Berlin’s Humboldt University for students from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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Theme Course 2016-2017

Promotion of young researchers — April 01, 2016

The Germany Scholarship supports “Image Knowledge Gestaltung,” a Germany Scholarship theme course at Berlin’s Humboldt University for students from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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Theme Course 2015-2016

Promotion of young researchers — April 01, 2015

The Germany Scholarship supports “Image Knowledge Gestaltung,” a Germany Scholarship theme course at Berlin’s Humboldt University for students from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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Theme Course 2014-2015

Promotion of young researchers — April 01, 2014

The Germany Scholarship supports “Image Knowledge Gestaltung,” a Germany Scholarship theme course at Berlin’s Humboldt University for students from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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Theme Course 2013-2014

Promotion of young researchers — April 01, 2013

The Germany Scholarship supports “Aging and Age,” a Germany Scholarship theme course at Berlin’s Humboldt University for students from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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Partners 

This Project is realized in cooperation with the following partners:

Humboldt Universität Berlin

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