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The STIBET programme, which is funded by the Auswärtiges Amt (Federal Foreign Office) and the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), provides financial support to international degree-seeking students. The scholarships are open to students who are not German citizens, are in possession of a foreign University entrance qualification recognized by the German authorities and have successfully passed the assessment procedure of the 2016 intake.

Scholarships for international Bachelor of Science students

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management awards two scholarships worth 3,000 Euro each for incoming international undergraduate students to help them settle in. The scholarships will be paid in six instalments of 500 Euro between September 2016 and February 2017.

Selection criteria include the candidates’ school performance (grades at A-Level or equivalent), performance in the Frankfurt School admissions process and extra-curricular achievements.

It is not necessary to submit a separate application for a scholarship. All applications for admission to the Bachelor of Science that have been submitted by May 31, 2016 will be considered automatically.

You can apply here. A Frankfurt School committee selects the scholarship winners by the end of June. The committee’s decision is final and candidates have no legal entitlement to a scholarship. Students who receive other scholarships or support from their employer towards the cost of tuition are not eligible for this scholarship.

Scholarships for international Master students

Frankfurt School awards a total of five STIBET III Matching Funds scholarships for new international Master students in the following study programmes:

Four scholarships in total will be awarded to students in the MIB and MiM programmes. Each of these scholarships comprises a cost-of-living subsidy of 500 Euro per month from September 2016 to February 2017.

One scholarship will be awarded to a MoF student that includes a cost of living subsidy in the amount of 739 Euro per month from September 2016 to February 2017.

Selection criteria for all three programmes include candidates’ academic results (grade of first degree), performance in the GMAT or equivalent and extra-curricular achievements.

It is not necessary to submit a separate application for a scholarship. All applications for admission to one of the eligible programmes that have been submitted by June 30, 2016 will be considered automatically.

A Frankfurt School committee selects the scholarship winners by the end of July. The committee’s decision is final and candidates have no legal entitlement to a scholarship. Students who receive other scholarships or support from their employer towards the cost of tuition are not eligible for this scholarship.

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