International students can apply for the SBW Berlin Scholarship 2022-2023, which is completely financed. This grant is available to students pursuing undergraduate and master’s degrees. The scholarship includes a tuition cost waiver of 100%, a monthly stipend, housing and travel allowance, and many more privileges.
Continue your education in Germany. There’s good news! International students are currently eligible for the SBW Berlin Scholarship. We will go over the details of this scholarship program, its perks, and the application process in this article.
SBW Berlin is a non-profit organization that supports educational programs all over the world. We contribute to the international promotion and diffusion of education and information through our SBW Berlin Scholarship.
The SBW Berlin Scholarship helps young people from around the world who come from financially poor families and want to use the talents they gain while studying in Germany to help long-term non-profit organizations, especially in their home countries.
We give our bachelor’s and master’s scholarships in Berlin and Potsdam based on the academic qualifications, personal aptitudes, and social requirements of the students. In general, funding is available for all scientific and creative disciplines. In exceptional circumstances, we can also help with vocational training in Berlin or Potsdam. Studies in your native country or other German federal states are not eligible for funding.
Apply for a Chevening Scholarship to receive university tuition, a monthly living allowance, an economy class return flight to the United Kingdom, and other scholarships and allowances.
- Level of Study: Undergraduate, Masters
- Institution(s): SBW Berlin
- Study in: Germany
- Opportunity Focus Areas: All fields
- Program Period: Depends on the chosen degree.
- Deadline: June 30 / December 31 (Annually)
- Coverage of Scholarships
SBW Berlin Scholarship provides the recipient with below benefits:
A room in our shared student flats in Berlin
Cost-of-living allowance in the amount calculated in section IX.
Possibly also a travel allowance for your journey to Berlin before the start of your studies and for the journey home after you have completed your studies
SBW Berlin Scholarship Eligibility Criteria
To qualify for SBW Berlin Scholarship, candidate must fulfill all of the following requirements below:
- Required Language: English.
- Eligible Countries: All world countries.
- Age Limitation: 18-30 years old
- Applicants should be before the start of their university education or fully enrolled in the first, second or max. third semester at a state-recognized university (in Germany or abroad) or application for a Master’s degree shortly before or after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree. Average grades correspond with a German grade point average of at least 2.0.
- Applicants who are able to prove a relatively low net income. The total household income of the applicants does not exceed the average income which has been officially stated for their home country. The income of all household members and all sources of income of the family (e.g. from employment, business activities, property, child benefit or pensions) will be taken into account.
- Extra-curricular Activities Experience: Applicants who have professional or volunteer experience in the non-profit sector.
How to Apply for SBW Berlin Scholarship?
Please follow the following application instructions to apply for this scholarship.
Note: You should have admission, acceptance or evidence of eligibility to a university in Berlin or Potsdam.
(1) Fill in the application form.
(2) Fill in your personal and contact information and add your photograph.
(3) Provide information about your current and previous education.
(4) Provide information about the following:
- Your parents and members of your household.
- Most recent school or university certificate
- Highest school leaving certificate
- Highest obtained university degree
- Current occupation and desired career
- Training, in case of applications for vocational training
- Internships and professional experience
- Your skills, hobbies and interests
- Travel abroad experience
- Volunteering experience
(5) Include the following documents:
- Motivation letter (1 or 2 pages long)
- Copy of your last school or university certificate that shows your grade point average
and a grade overview
- copy of your highest academic degree (high school diploma or university certificate) with
your grade point average and a grade overview
- If available, copies of the following documents as well:
University admission or evidence of your qualification for university entrance
- Copy of an internationally recognized language certificate for the language in which your
studies will be taught
- All previous work, training, apprenticeship and internship certificates and references
If you have already started studying: all so far obtained university certificates and records
of achievements (graded and ungraded)
- We recommend all applicants to submit the following additional documents, which are not mandatory:
one or two letters of recommendation from professors, schoolteachers, employers, etc.
evidence of the net household income
Note: Non-certified copies and translations are sufficient for the application. If the applicant successfully passes the selection process, certified copies of some of those documents will be required during the verification process.
(6) The application and all enclosed certificates and supporting documents must be submitted in
German or English via email to [email protected].
The final decision whether a scholarship (starting the following semester) will be granted can be
expected at the beginning of February respectively the beginning of August of each year.