Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany 2020

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Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany 2020

Heinrich boll foundation is now accepting applications for undergraduate, Masters and Ph.D. Scholarships in Germany. Heinrich Böll Foundation is an organization that believes in democracy and human rights. The foundation is also allied with the German green party.

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About Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany:

The foundation currently has a network of 30 international offices. These undergraduate, masters and Ph.D. scholarships in Germany are given to students with good academic records. International students, students from the European Union and German students, everyone can apply for this internship.

Applicants will first have to apply and be selected in a German or German Recognized university and then apply for this scholarship.

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Brief Description:

  • Location: Germany
  • Program type: Scholarship
  • Program level: Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD
  • Available number of scholarships: 1200
  • Deadline: March 1, 2020, and 1 September 2020 (Scholarship opens two times every year)

What are the Eligibility criteria:

Since the scholarship is offered to many different groups of students the eligibility criteria for each are different.

1. For Undergraduate and Masters Scholarships Criteria:

A.) For German/Non-German students:

For German/Non-German students who have been educated in Germany before:

  1. Applicants can only apply for this scholarship for their First degree i.e. Bachelors

B.) For EU Students:

For European Union Students who have NOT been educated in Germany:

  1. Applicants can apply only for Master’s degree
  2. Applicants must have proof of their Bachelor’s degree
  3. Applicants must have proof of their proficiency in German language (Level B2 or DSH2)

C). For Non-EU Students:

Students who are NOT EU nationals and have not been educated in Germany:

  1. Applicants can apply for a Master’s degree only
  2. Applicants must have proof of their Bachelor’s degree
  3. Applicants must have proof of their proficiency in German language (Level B2 or DSH2)

2. For Doctorate Degree Criteria:

For All Students:

  1. Applicants will have to provide proof that they have been accepted into a doctorate
  2. level program at a German or state-recognized university
  3. Applicants who are not German will have to prove their proficiency in the German language

Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany Covers:

Again, the level of funding is different for all three groups of students.

1. For Undergraduate and Masters Scholarships Benefits:

A.) For German/Non-German students:

For German/Non-German students who have been educated in Germany before:

  1. Will be different for every individual based on their level of income or parent’s income.
  2. The maximum amount will be Euro 649 plus 300 Euros for books every month

B). For EU Students:

For European Union Students who have NOT been educated in Germany:

  1. Will be different for every individual based on their level of income or parent’s income.
  2. The maximum amount will be Euro 649 plus 300 Euros for books every month

C.) For Non-EU Students:

For Students who are NOT EU nationals and have not been educated in Germany:

  1. Euro 850 every month plus other different allowances

2. For Doctorate Degree Benefits:

Scholarship Funding covers:

  1. For German/Non-German students who have been educated in Germany before: Euro1350 every month  and Euro100 research allowance every month
  2. For European Union Students who have NOT been educated in Germany:
  3. Euro1350 every month and Euro 100 research allowance every month
  4. For Students who are NOT EU nationals and have not been educated in Germany: Euro1200 every month and Euro100 research allowance every month
  5. Other different allowances

What are the Required Documents for Application:

Application mode is online and requires the following documents:

For Undergraduate and Masters Scholarships:

  1. CV
  2. A motivation letter stating your motivation behind applying for this scholarship
  3. An outline describing your area of interest and chosen subject
  4. An outline that describes your political interests and social commitments
  5. Academic records
  6. A copy of your first-degree certificate (if you’re applying for Masters)
  7. Foreign applicants will also have to provide proof of their proficiency in German language (Minimum B2 or DSH 2 level)
  8. References

For Doctorate Degree:

  1. Personal information
  2. Cv
  3. Motivation for applying
  4. Political interests
  5. Outline of your Ph.D. thesis
  6. Academic transcripts
  7. Certificate to prove efficiency in the German language
  8. Detailed expose of your research project (10 pages maximum)
  9. References
  10. A time plan of how you plan to complete your research (over a time period of up to 1 year)

What is the Deadline: 

1st March and 1st Sept 2020 are the deadlines for the Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany.

Note: Scholarship opens two times every year 2020

How to Apply For Heinrich Böll Foundation German Scholarships:

There is an Online Applications Form for both Undergraduate/Masters and Ph.D. degree Scholarships:

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Does Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany Fully Funded?

Yes, This Scholarship is an amazing opportunity for International Students and it covers whole educational cost and accommodation Cost.

Who Can Apply for Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany?

German, Non-German, EU and Non-EU students can apply. Students from any country can apply. All-Regions are Eligible for this Scholarship.

Last Updated: 23 Jan 2020