Rosa Stiftung Scholarships in Germany

For highly qualified overseas students, the Rosa Luxemburg-Stiftung Scholarship Department grants Rosa Stiftung Scholarships in Germany for Masters and Ph.D. studies.

They should be people who have a strong sense of social and political responsibility.

Rosa Stiftung Scholarships Deadline: 

1 Oct/1 April  (Annual)
Study location: Germany
The course starts on April/Oct 2022

Host Institution(s):

German universities

Level/Field(s) of study:

Doctors of Veterinary Medicine, Dentistry, and Master’s degrees in any other field are exempt from this rule.

Number of Scholarships:

Not specified

Target group:

students studying abroad from all across the world. Women, students from underprivileged origins, migrants, those in need in society, individuals with impairments, and those who have demonstrated achievement and commitment are given preference.

Rosa Stiftung Scholarships value/inclusions:

For the duration of the typical study program period, the scholarship for overseas students takes the form of a living grant. International students are not exempt from paying tuition.

The Rosa-Luxemburg-Scholarship Stiftung’s Department provides students with a wide range of assistance, including political education activities and summer schools, domestic and international conferences, symposia, and educational excursions.

Additionally, it arranges for practical training in areas like rhetoric, conflict resolution, and other crucial abilities, as well as time management and self-management, enhancing academic credentials, text and writing workshops, and specialized methodological seminars.

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Rosa Stiftung Scholarships  Eligibility:

For international students enrolled in a Master’s or Ph.D. program in Germany, the Scholarship Department distributes funds. The conditions are:

• Language proficiency in German (B2 level or above)
• MA A state-funded or state-recognized German university must be the student’s place of study.
• A German university must admit Ph.D. candidates.

Graduate students pursuing their MA, Diploma, or State Examination in Germany or doctoral students pursuing a Ph.D. or doctoral research in Germany are eligible to apply for scholarships for MA and doctoral students from Egypt, Libya, Lebanon, Tunisia, Yemen, Jordan, Morocco, and Iraq.

The criteria for selection are:

• High academic and professional qualifications (evidence of above-average performance in school and/or university courses)
• Political and social participation in line with Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung objectives
• Language proficiency in German (B2 level or above).
Personal and family history

Application instructions:

Online applications are accepted for scholarships. For grants starting in the summer semester of the following year (1 April), the application deadline is 1 October; for awards starting in the winter semester of the same year, it is 1 April (1 October).