Joining a private university is an investment in the future.
Student loan or scholarship? There are different ways to finance your studies. We have put together some information to help you choose the right funding option. Please download our infosheet for detailed information about possibilities to finance your studies.
We do our best to support applicants in finding the right programme that best fits their personal and professional goals. We are also committed to bring our contribution in cultivating a diverse culture, thus paving the way to a successful career for talented, confident young people who will make a difference across a variety of industries. With this in mind, we offer partial scholarships to financially support first-year students of SRH Campus Hamburg Master’s programmes.
SRH Campus Hamburg: ENGAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
Financing options for non-EU Applicants
Are you working for a great cause or are you doing voluntary work in your free time? We want to support your social, community or environmental commitment. Apply for your favourite SRH Hamburg programme and get the chance to receive a scholarship up to 50% on your first-year tuition fees.
Upon invitation, send us your application for the Engagement scholarship confirming that you fulfil the following requirements:
Please do not forget to include a copy of our confirmed study offer your SRH study advisor sent you via email.
Amount: up to 50% of the first-year tuition fees
Duration: first year only
Purpose: to finance a part of the tuition fees
Deadline: 2 weeks upon reception of the invitation to apply. Scholarships are granted on an ongoing basis, so make sure to apply as soon as you have received your Tuition Contract from SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences.
Further terms and conditions for your application for a scholarship within our Scholarship Programme
All degree programmes are subject to fees. The courses of study at the SRH Campus Hamburg are not state-subsidised and are therefore financed exclusively by tuition fees. We only awards partial scholarships. Applicants must have applied for a programme at the SRH Campus Hamburg and be eligible for it. The applicant must qualify for the respective support through performance, talent or need.
DAAD Scholarship Database
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides a database that contains numerous scholarships that international students can apply for.
Scandinavian Students might enjoy financial support for equivalent full-time education. Find out more by choosing your country:
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