An announcement was made by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) that the German National Scholarship Program has allowed 836 students who have scholarships for the 2021-2022 funding phase in a program that invited over 250 guests, which was held in January 2022.
Young talents have been encouraged and made a priority for more than ten years by the national scholarship program in Germany.
In context to that, more than 5,900 scholarship holders have got non-material and financial help with funding that was provided by 700 sponsors, that includes private individuals, companies, and associations.
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“The next round of applications will begin on June 20th, 2022,” stated TUM. It also explained that the applications of the graduates from the secondary school would be accepted as well from July 18th through July 31st, 2022.
Deutschlandstipendium is a scholarship that has been made accessible for highly accomplished and talented students.
“It provides them the space to improve their personal and inbuilt talents, confidently open up to the society and loosen up themselves to see their potential. Receiving mentorship by the sponsors is the most important aspect of the entire scholarship program besides financial support,” TUM stresses in its statement.
The scholarship holders will receive €300 per month for one year. Half the money is given by the federal government, which is one part of the program. The universities take the rest from the private individuals, foundations and companies.
Simultaneously, the TUM University Foundation was able to build four new scholarships from the revenue of its anniversary campaign. Hartman Hofmann, the president of TUM, has expected that finances all through the next year will complete 1000 scholarships at last.
The German government matches every sponsor donation generously to the scholarship program, which allows the opening of many promising avenues and education simultaneously for a brighter future for the students.
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