Here you can find information on various kinds of DAAD funding for students, graduates and postdocs as well as on funding offered by other selected organisations.
The RLF, a political educational organisation closely affiliated with DIE LINKE (The Left Party), assigns scholarships to international students of graduate level planning to study in Germany. Citizens from EU-member countries or students with permanent residence in Germany as per BAföG § 8 with a first higher-education degree and very good knowledge of the German language are eligible to apply. The sponsorship is based upon the Foundation's political values, social justice and solidarity in particular.
Each year the Foundation awards two to three scholarships to students from abroad.
The scholarship holders receive a monthly base sum of up to EUR 750 as well as an ancillary payment of EUR 20 as an additional benefit. A contribution to health and long-term care insurance of up to EUR 65 may be awarded.
particularly gifted students from EU-member countries or international students with permanent residence in Germany as per BAföG § 8. Sponsorships are awarded to graduate students in all disciplines who show particular promise for academic and professional accomplishment. The scholars are, moreover, expected to demonstrate engagement in line with the Foundation's values.
- enrolment at a German university (your admission must at least be documented by the time the scholarship would start)
- Bachelor's degree certificate or proof of completion of basic study in case of a Diplom or Magister course or a programme leading to a state examination
The funding covers the standard period of study in Germany; the maximum grant duration includes the standard study period and possible grant renewals.
Students receive a monthly base sum of up to EUR 750 and, furthermore, an ancillary payment of EUR 20 as an additional benefit. A grant to health and long-term care insurance of up to EUR 65 may be awarded.
further information on the application procedure can be found here