What is the Deutschlandstipendium?
The Deutschlandstipendium was established by the Federal Government to support particularly high-achieving students. A Deutschlandstipendium can be awarded if private sponsorship can be found for half of the sponsorship amount, the second half is financed by the federal government. The Clausthal University of Technology participates in the programme. It is looking for sponsors and supporters in order to be able to support outstanding students of the TU with a scholarship. Applications are open to German and international first-year students as well as students in higher semesters. In addition to performance in the respective course of study, social criteria also play a role. For example, social and/or political commitment, social need, educational advancement, migration background or special awards and initial practical experience count.
Further information about the Deutschlandstipendium at the Clausthal University can be found on this page. Please click on the corresponding fields for "Students" or "Sponsors".
General information about the national scholarship program can be found at:https://www.deutschlandstipendium.de/index.html
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Gunther Brenner, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Clausthal University, Phone: (05323) 72-2515, Fax: (05323) 72-2203, E-mail: deutschland-stipendiumtu-clausthalde
Dr. Georg Ebertshäuser, Head of Study Centre Clausthal University, Adolph-Roemer-Str. 2a, 38678 Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Tel.: +49 (0)5323-72-2395, E-mail: deutschland-stipendiumtu-clausthalde
The Deutschlandstipendium is an award and support
The handover ceremony of the Deutschlandstipendien 2020/21 took place virtually for the first time. The TU Clausthal awarded scholarships to national and international students of all three faculties.
Germany scholarships officially handed over
Thanks to the support of companies and the Friends Association, 13 students of the Clausthal University of Technology will receive 300 euros per month for one year.
More and more students benefit from financial aid - SPIEGEL ONLINE