Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has launched a new scholarship programme for national and international first-year students. The Diversity Scholarship Programme promotes diversity in terms of origin, school background, gender and skills. It supports applicants for the Bachelor in Business Administration and the Bachelor in Computational Business Analytics, who show not only very good grades but also extra-curricular commitment.
"Especially now, during the Coronavirus pandemic, it is particularly important for us that young and committed people from Germany and abroad can begin their studies with us", says Professor Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School.
With the Diversity Scholarship Programme, Frankfurt School is expanding its range of support. In addition to the new programme, the scholarships include the Excellence Scholarship, the Klaus-Peter Müller Scholarship Fund, the Women in Business Scholarship, the Entrepreneurship Scholarship, the Social Engagement Scholarship or the Scholarship for Intercultural Competencies. In addition, students can apply for the Deutschlandstipendium. "Diversity is a value we live at Frankfurt School, which is why I am delighted that we are now able to support even more students with our new Diversity Scholarship Programme and promote diversity even further", says Professor Nils Stieglitz.
About the Diversity Scholarship Programme
Scholarship holders usually receive a discount on the tuition fees for the entire duration of their studies. For the semester or semesters abroad (depending on the programme), the scholarship only covers the fees within the framework of exchange agreements with partner universities of Frankfurt School or the Erasmus programme. The application deadline is 30 June 2020. If the school leaving certificate is not yet available by this date, an application with the last two certificates can also be made.