Havard University of Applied Sciences Undergraduate and Masters Scholarships 2018 – Germany

Application Deadline: Undergraduate: 30th September 2017 (for the winter semester) and 30th March 2018 (for the late spring semester) Masters: 30th October 2017 (for the winter semester) and 30th April 2018 (for the mid year semester) Offered every year? Yes Eligible Countries: International To be taken at (nation): Germany Eligible Field of Study: Courses offered at the University About the Award: Hamburg University of Applied Sciences grants to scholastically solid global understudies contemplating in Bachelors and Masters degree programs. Fortunately the City of Hamburg sponsors degree programs at Hamburg colleges, so the school does not charge educational cost expenses for national and universal understudies with the exception of expert Master's projects.

Sort: Undergraduate and Masters Taught Eligibility: General Candidates must be enlisted as understudies at the HAW Hamburg Candidates more likely than not finished their school training outside of Germany or have moved on from a Studienkolleg Candidates must not be qualified for BAföG Students in outline degree programs can't take an interest in this program Undergraduate Applicants must meet the accompanying criteria with a specific end goal to apply for the grant: You are a universal single man understudy at the HAW Hamburg. You have effectively finished no less than two semesters at the HAW Hamburg with a review aggregate of "good" or "great". You have finished your school instruction abroad or have effectively graduated shape a Studienkolleg. You are not qualified for a BAföG advance (Federal Training Assistance Act). In the event that you satisfy the criteria for a BAföG credit you are not qualified for the grant regardless of the possibility that you don't really get the financing. Understudies from the courses Illustration, Communication or Textile Design can't matter for the grant. Application after the main examination year: Applicants from the engineering* courses may apply when their review is superior to anything 2,9 when they have passed all exams or with a review superior to 2,5 if up to two subjects are absent. Candidates from the non-building courses need passed all exams up until now. Their normal review must be "great" or "great".