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A scholarship is a way to finance your studies and simultaneously benefit from the networking and educational opportunities offered by the organisation offering the scholarship. The grades are no longer the pivotal factor for the vast majority of organisations offering such opportunities, but rather the living standards experienced by candidates as well as their levels of commitment and performance.                                                                                               

With over 2,000 scholarship organisations to choose from, one thing is clear: looking for scholarships takes serious research!  The DAAD Database offers a good overview of scholarship programmes for international students.


Deutschlandstipendium at HTW Berlin

Once a year, HTW Berlin awards Deutschlandstipendien. Funding of 300 euros per month is given to students whose previous performance promises outstanding academic and professional achievements in the future.

Scholarships for special target groups

Scholarship representatives at HTW Berlin

The following professors represent "their" foundation at the university. They will answer questions about funding opportunities or applications and provide support for scholarship holders at HTW Berlin.

Deloitte-StiftungProf. Dr. Helmuth Wilke
Evangelisches Studienwerk e.V. VilligstProf. Dr. Dorothee Haffner

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Dullien

Prof. Dr. Sabine Spelthahn
Fulbright-StiftungProf. Dr. Bert Stegemann
Friedrich-Naumann-StiftungProf. Dr. Martin Klaffke
Rosa-Luxemburg-StiftungProf. Dr. Oliver Rump
Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes  

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Molthagen-Schnöring

Prof. Dr. Volker Quaschning

Stiftung der deutschen Wirtschaft

Prof. Dr. Marita Balks

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Radel