Bettina Stark-Watzinger wants to increase scholarships

BFederal Minister of Education Bettina Stark-Watzinger (FDP) has announced that the Erasmus+ scholarship will be increased by 57 million euros. “It is very important to me that, especially in these times, even more young people can discover Europe with Erasmus,” the minister said on Wednesday. The extra money comes from the European Social Fund. Accordingly, … Read more

The government plans more money for scholarships

BFederal Minister of Education Bettina Stark-Watzinger (FDP) has announced that the Erasmus+ scholarship will be increased by 57 million euros. “It is very important to me that, especially in these times, even more young people can discover Europe with Erasmus,” the minister said on Wednesday. The extra money comes from the European Social Fund. This … Read more

Until then we are lost on the high seas – Jornal Universitário do Porto

Here is reproduced, word for word, the speech with which Mr. Jack Keith Reuel McDonald defended himself against the ignoble accusations made against him. Mr. McDonald, as usual, was able to prove his point of view, which I, Gonçalo Costa, his faithful friend and disciple, fully endorse. Men are lost at sea, Your Honor! The … Read more

Studely commits €80,000 for the second edition of its scholarship for international students

(STUDELY ) – For the second consecutive year, STUDELY, the French start-up specializing in financial services for international students, announces the launch of its scholarship program. Given the high number of applicants in 2021, STUDELY has decided to increase the allocations and broaden the registration procedures. This year, the start-up plans to award a total … Read more

488 HHU students receive “German scholarship”

April 13, 2022 at 2:10 p.m. First place in North Rhine-Westphalia : 488 students of the Heinrich Heine University receive a “scholarship from Germany” At the launch event for the scholarship program, sponsors and recipients met at the Schauspielhaus in Düsseldorf. Photo: Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf/Ivo Mayr Dusseldorf At Heine University there are even more … Read more

What will happen to our elite students? (By Gado Alzouma)

Competition between the world’s major powers to attract international students has intensified in recent years and has led to greater academic mobility. In 2019, UNESCO estimated that more than 5,500,000 students were educated outside their national borders. The United States is the top host country with over 1 million students, followed by countries like China, … Read more

Talent promotion: this is how the best students get a scholarship

Rand 1000 euros per month, a supplement for internships and research stays abroad, contacts with renowned scientists or managers and access to numerous specialized events. All this without interest. Roland Hain runs one of the most sought-after scholarships for students in Germany. School principals, university professors or presidents of examination offices nominate future scholarship holders … Read more

Everyone has a chance with these exotic scholarships

Massume very good grades at an elite university, social commitment and an interest in microeconomics, Michelangelo and mathematics in equal measure, then put it all in one person. Indeed, there are people who are “exceptional” in every way. It is not uncommon for such versatile talents to grab the coveted scholarships from major gifted student … Read more

HHU students apply for 403 “German scholarships”.

January 31, 2021 at 09:00 Leader in North Rhine-Westphalia : HHU students apply for 403 “German scholarships”. Sponsored students introduced themselves to donors in short videos during the virtual award ceremony. Photo: Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf Dusseldorf With the so-called German scholarship, particularly gifted students are supported. There are now more in Düsseldorf than in … Read more

Great Britain: fewer European students in British universities

UK universities accepted around 50% fewer students from the European Union (EU) in 2021 than the previous year. At some UK universities, admissions of EU students have even fallen by 90%, dozens of universities are seeing a drop of more than 75%, as reported by ‘Times Higher Education’ (THE) in reference to the figures current … Read more