We have recently reformed the scholarship program for our Bachelor of Science program. The goal was to tailor it better to the needs of scholarship holders. Women and students from outside Germany will be the main focus.
From the intake of 2015 onwards Frankfurt School’s undergraduate scholarships will consist of tuition reductions of 25% or 50% for the entire duration of the program, including the time spent abroad at a partner university.
Who can apply?
With these scholarships, we want to attract highly qualified students who may otherwise not be able to afford to study here. Performance remains the key factor. We want students who excel academically. In addition, we value people who take leadership and volunteer.
We are particularly aiming to support international and female students through this scholarship program, so if you belong to one of these groups you should definitively apply. That being said, the program is open to anyone who is eligible to study for an undergraduate degree at Frankfurt School.
In addition, we are offering special scholarships for graduates of the IB Diploma Program and German Schools Abroad (Deutsche Auslandsschulen).
How to apply
The application process is straightforward. You apply for a scholarship at the same time you apply for entry to Frankfurt School by filling out a few additional questions in the only application. Once we have offered you a place in our Bachelor of Science program, the Selection Committee will automatically consider your scholarship application.
The selection process
As with admission itself, scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis, so you don’t have to wait until the application deadline to know whether or not you have been selected. Therefore, funds may be exhausted before the deadline, so we encourage everyone to apply early. Don’t forget that you can apply up to one year in advance and that we don’t need your final grades to make a decision.
If you have any questions regarding the undergraduate scholarship program, go to the scholarship page or contact Dr. Peter Kiefer, our Educational Advisor. Also, don’t forget to like our Facebook page to receive news about the Bachelor of Science at Frankfurt School.