There is a number of scholarships available to those who would like to study Euroculture.
An overview of scholarship opportunities for potential Euroculture students from around the world can be found HERE.
Further information about different scholarships can be found under the following links. (note that we can only provide you with a selection of possible funding options for your studies and thus you are expected to do further research on your own as well)
- Erasmus Mundus Grants:
- DAAD for a substantial scholarship database. Please also feel free to contact the DAAD office(s) of your respective country/region:
- External Cooperation Windows (ECWs):
- Erasmus Socrates:
- PROMOS - Programm zur Steigerung der Mobilität von deutschen Studierenden
- Go East:
- Robert Bosch Stiftung:
- Friedrich Ebert Stiftung:
http://www.fes.de/ (click on "Bewerbung" --> "Generelles" in the menu on the left)
- Konrad Adenauer Stiftung:
- Friedrich Naumann Stiftung:
- Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung:
Scholarship for internship: Leonardo Da Vinci
Students from those countries which participate in European Commission’ Lifelong Learning Programme, it’s possible for them to apply for a Leonardo Da Vinci scholarship for their internship. The Leonardo Da Vinci programme is part of the European Commission's Lifelong Learning Programme and aims to build a skilled workforce across Europe.
For detailed information, please contact the national agency in your home country.
Some partner universities within the Euroculture network also offer all their outgoing students certain grants either for their stay during the second semester or for their internship in another country. For further information, please contact the coordinator of your home university.