Any student enrolled for one of the study programmes at Trier University of Applied Sciences can apply for the Deutschlandstipendium. You should be within your standard period of study (Regelstudienzeit) and your studies should continue for at least two semesters (the period for which the sholarship is awarded). The standard period of study may only be exceeded due to serious reasons (such as illness, parenthood, or study time abroad). In this case, you must hand in an extra letter describing your case along with your other application documents.
The main criteria in the selection process are: academic achievement, social commitment, and your private circumstances. This means that your grades should be above average. Further qualifications (such as degrees and training prior to your university studies, awards, internships) are also counted as academic achievement. Social commitment includes every action that is not primarily aimed at one's own advantage but at the benefit of society in general or groups within. The scholarship aims to support students who achieve academic success under difficult personal circumstances - be it that they have a history of migration, have to support themselves with jobs, are affected by health issues, or have children of their own.
The three main criteria possess different weight in the selection process:
You can apply for the Deutschlandstipendium every year from July 1st to August 31st.
Applications are to be submitted via our online application platform DSTIP. The link will be provided on this website during the application period.
The following documents are mandatory:
Your application may further include the following certifications and verifications as required:
Your application may be in German or English. If your application documents are in a third language, an officially certified translation into German must be added.
The application portal DStip can be used both in German or English.
After the period of one year, scholarship holders may reapply for the Deutschlandstipendium if they still fulfill all the criteria listed above. Reapplications can be submitted online via the application platform DSTIP from July 1st to August 31st. For your reapplication, you need your login data, which was allocated during your first registration on the platform.
The following new documents are mandatory:
Your reapplication may further include new certifications and verifications such as:
Dr. Anne Koch
Schneidershof J 211
phone: 0651 8103 284
Individual consultation by appointment
You are leaving the official website of Trier University of Applied Sciences