About Programme Scholarship:
The Hilde Domin Programme Scholarship for Students at Risk in 2023-24. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is accepting applications for 2023. The DAAD manages the Program, which is funded by the Federal Foreign Office (AA).
The Hilde Domin Scholarship’s primary aim is to assist doctoral candidates and students from around the globe. Candidates at risk of denial of educational or other rights in their home country are eligible to apply for this opportunity to begin or complete a study or research degree at German higher education institutions.
Successful students and doctoral candidates who applied for the Program will get enrolment in their desired degree courses as per their qualifications. They will benefit from a scholarship to cover the expenditures paid during their study or research stay in Germany.
Scholarship target group at risk:
Doctoral candidates and students from around the globe, excluding EU, EEA, and EFTA and who are at risk of:
- Being formally or de facto denied educational rights in their homeland due to their ethnic, sexual, gender, or religious identity;
- Due to their political or civic engagement;
Details of Hilde Domin Scholarships:
- Nominations Deadline for Summer Semester 2024: 15 March 2023
- Application Period for Summer Semester 2024: 16 March – 29 April 2023
- Host Country: Germany
- Host Organization: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
- Funded By: Federal Foreign Office (AA)
- Degrees Level: Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral
- Eligible Countries: Worldwide, except EU, EEA, and EFTA
- Fields of Study: All fields except human medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pharmacology, and law
- Gender: Male/Female
- Duration: Bachelor: 4 years (1-year preparatory course and up to 36 months the studies); Master: 24 months; and Ph.D.: 48 months
Successful applicants will benefit from the Hilde Domin Scholarship as follows:
- Monthly Stipend of 934 Euro for Bachelor and Master students and
- 1,200 Euro for Doctoral students;
- Health or accident insurance;
- Travel costs allowance varied due to country of origin;
- Free German language course of two, four, or six months, if necessary;
- Additional financial benefits.
Candidates should meet the following criteria:
- Applicants of any nationality except excluding EU, EEA, and EFTA are eligible to apply;
- Being formally or de facto denied educational rights in their homeland due to their ethnic, sexual, gender, or religious identity or political or civic engagement;
- Face a situation of personal risk or threat in one’s home nation;
- Must be nominated by a university or institution;
- Be 18 years or older at the time of nomination;
- Have academic accomplishments, such as educational certifications that allow admission to a university or previous degrees that can be applied to future studies;
- Should not have completed their university degree or university entrance qualification acquisition more than two years ago at the time of application;
- Must not be a second bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree holder;
- not have been more than 15 months in Germany;
- Be fluent in German or English, equivalent to at least level B2 of the CEFR.
- Good tests for German are DSH or TestDaF, and for English language Cambridge English, Cambridge Business, IELTS, ISE, TOEFL iBT, TOEFL Essentials, TOEIC, and PTE Academic.
Important Note: Nominations for the academic fields of fine arts, performing arts, design, visual communication, music, film, and architecture require proof of admission to a study course or degree program at a German higher education institution by the application deadline.
Required Documents of Scholarship for Students at Risk in 2023
Applicants should submit the following documents:
- Online application form;
- Valid identification (passport or NID);
- A tabular version of the applicant’s CV;
- Motivational letter (1 to 2 pages) explaining the applicant’s professional and personal motives for completing a study course at a German university;
- Status of Risk (1 to 2 pages) explaining a threat or risk to the applicant’s well-being, particularly their right to education, and the safety of their life in general;
- Proof of academic progress or graduation;
- Certificates of English or German fluency of minimum level B2 or higher not more than two years old;
- Proof of acceptance to German universities;
- Documents of one’s current academic standing (bachelor, master, or doctoral student)
Note: All documents must be in German or English language.
How to Apply Hilde Domin Programme Scholarship 2023?
Students should apply to a German Higher Education Institution and get an admission letter or acceptance of the place of study. The institution will nominate them to the Hilde domain scholarship program.
- Applicants cannot apply themselves for the Hilde Domin Program Scholarship.
- An institution or organization with a legal presence in Germany can nominate applicants.
- After the nomination deadline, formally eligible applicants can access the DAAD online application portal.
Other Fully Funded Scholarships you may apply for:
For more details about this fully-funded scholarship by the Hilde Domin Program, please check the Frequently asked questions (FAQ) or visit the DAAD website.
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