Monday, April 2, 2018

Haniel Scholarship Programme for International Students, Germany 2018

Deadline: 15/06/2018 Degree: Masters Scholarship Description: The Haniel Foundation provides financial support for excellent applican... thumbnail 1 summary
Deadline: 15/06/2018

Degree: Masters

Scholarship Description: The Haniel Foundation provides financial support for excellent applicants to the MPP program at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy. Up to 3 Stipends per year can be awarded (in 2018, 4 Stipends can be awarded). One of the stipends per year is co-financed by the Klaus-Tschira-Foundation.


A. Higher education entrance qualification (i.e. high school diploma, Abitur)
B. College or university degree (Bachelor, Master, Diploma, state exam, etc.) equivalent to a German Bachelor’s degree with a minimum duration of 6 semesters
C. First professional experience
D. Above-average grades or above-average professional performance
E. Analytical talent and a pronounced interest in political problems
F. Candidates who received their degree from an English-language college or university are not required to submit proof of their English language proficiency in the form of a test score report. Instead, they must submit an official letter from their university stating that English was the language of instruction, all coursework, and all examinations

Benefits: Haniel Scholarships: Haniel Scholarship holders receive a full scholarship in the amount of €750 per month for the duration of the two-year Master of Public Policy at the Brandt School.
Haniel Stipends: Haniel Stipends cover the costs of the tuition fees at the Brandt School for the two-year study period (€6,000). Stipend rates will be allotted per semester (€1,500 per semester). Each year up to three stipends are awarded.

Application: If you want to be considered for a Haniel Stipend, please submit your completed MPP online application no later than June 15 (also valid for applicants with EU citizenship).

Indicate on your application that you want to apply for a Haniel Stipend and tell us about your reasons and qualifications in your statement of purpose.

In case of admission to our program, you will receive an additional application form for the Haniel Stipend which should be sent back to us via e-mail within two weeks after receipt.

Haniel Stipends will be granted on a competitive basis. The Admissions Committee will discuss all applications and will take into account various factors including academic record, the strength of the written statement, and personal commitment, as well as your points of contact with the Haniel Foundation's credo.

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