Only students and doctoral students currently enrolled at Ulm University are eligible for the scholarships and grants listed on this website.
Scholarships for international students and doctoral students
International students of Ulm University, who have registered their thesis or who are nearing graduation, can apply for a scholarship for finishing a university degree. The applicants have to pursue their studies successfully and be in need.
Amount and duration of the scholarship complies with the respective situation of the applicant and the available funds.
The scholarship is awarded once for a period of up to one semester and is not long-term funding.
For information about the application, please see below.
A prerequisite for funding by means of a Finishing a University Degree scholarship is that the international students and doctoral candidates have performed well and are expected to successfully complete their studies within one year. Furthermore, scholarships for the completion of studies are intended to enable international students and doctoral candidates who are in need through no fault of their own to concentrate on their studies and to complete their studies.
Award restrictions: Scholarships will not be awarded to persons who simultaneously receive other funding from domestic or foreign agencies for the same purpose. Furthermore, employees of the state of Baden-Württemberg (e.g. scientific or student assistants, tutors) cannot receive a scholarship during their employment.
Please submit the following documents via the Mobility Online portal (not by email!):
- Summary of study records
- Curriculum vitae
- Current enrollment certificate
- Income statements (bank statements for the last 3 months for all accounts)
- If applicable: other evidence of financial hardship
- If applicable: thesis registration certificate
- If applicable: evidence and explanation of social involvement or volunteer activities
Grants can be awarded for up to six months and, in exceptional cases, for up to twelve months.
Grants are awarded for at least 250 euros per month. The scholarships are funded by the DAAD with funds from the German Federal Foreign Office (AA).
A selection committee decides on the STIBET scholarship applications. This committee usually meets in the month following the application deadline. The International Office then sends out funding decisions and rejections to the applicants in a timely manner.