How to fund your studies is an important factor when choosing to continue your education at university. Therefore, we've complied a monthly payment overview list to help you see how much financial backing you will need and how to fund your lifestyle to make the most of student life:
An overview of expenses:
There are several opportunities to partially finance your studies through a scholarship, particuarly if you are an ambitious or talented student. We are happy to support you with your application and advise you about financial support.
The Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences, Research and the Arts supports advanced students and young university graduates with scholarships to drive the internationalisation of its higher education forward. These scholarships are generally awarded for one semester. The amount of funding is decided in a case-by-case process based solely on the respective individual's need. This amounts to between 100 and 615 euros per month. One-off study subsidies (at least 250 euros) are available in cases of particular hardship.
The programme primarily targets advanced students and younger university graduates who are either already studying in a degree programme that leads to a first degree with professional qualification or who have registered for a post-graduate or Master's programme at a Bavarian university.Applicants are selected on the basis of academic credentials, personal qualification, experience, need, and other relevant factors. The amount of funding is decided in a case-by-case process based solely on the respective individual's need and the funds available.
Applications may be handed in to the International Office; there is no defined application deadline.
The Deggendorf Institute of Technology receives funds to award to selected international students from the DAAD's (German Academic Exchange Service's) STIBET scholarship programme.
Please send your application to the International Office, Edlmairstr. 6 und 8, 94469 Deggendorf, or bring it personally into the International Office, B 209. Applications maybe submitted anytime!
The amount given in each scholarship fund is between 400 and 900 Euros per semester!
Please note that applicants with incomplete or missing application documents can not be considered for scholarships.
BayHost is the Bavarian Academic Centre for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. All details about scholarships programmes are on the website.
BayBIDS is supported by Bavaria University (registered society) and the Bavarian Ministry of Science, Research and Art. The project originated in 2008, with the initiative coming from the German Academic Exchange Service and the partner-school initiative of the Foreign Office. The project was set up to promote cooperation between German schools abroad and German partner-schools with Bavarian universities.
BayBIDS regularly awards scholarships to graduates of German schools abroad, who begin their studies in Bavaria. Visits to partner schools abroad are also financed. See the website for all details.
This financial support programme is for German or international students who are fully-integrated and have their long-term perspectives in Germany (e.g. European citizens or students with long term residential visas). Grants are based on personal assets, wages earned and parental or partner income.
More information can be found (in German) at www.bafoeg.de.
The Begabtenförderungswerke Endowment consists of many different organisations in Germany that award scholarships to young, gifted and talented students. It supports bright minds that seek to bring change to society.
It targets German, EU and other international students who are entitled to permanent residence in Germany within the framework of Article 8 in the Federal Training Assistance Act, otherwise known as BAföG.
The Deutschlandstipendium at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology provides students with approx. 3,600 Euros per year for approx. 80 individual scholarships.
Students who excel in their studies and demonstrate a high level of academic achievement will be selected for the scholarship. Furthermore, special personal and family circumstances will be taken into account. Extracurricular activities such as social and student involvement are also taken into consideration in the selection process. The scholarship is not based on student income or on the income of the parents. It is not calculated based on BAföG, and there are no social insurance contributions to be made. Half of the funding is provided by companies and private donors; the other half by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
How to apply:
Please fill out this online form (link only works from 15.12. - 08.02.) and upload the following documents:
In addition, please submit your printed documents (CV, statement of grades and statement of motivation – loose, please no folders or plastic covers) to Career Service, Room B219/B205 or send them to us per by mail. Students who are currently abroad on an exchange semester or practical semester can send their documents by email to .
We are looking forward to receiving your application and wish you the best of luck!
The DIT Career Service organizes and distributes these scholarships. Stefanie Möginger und Claudia Probst are your Career Service contacts.
Scholarship from Vector in cooperation with DIT – searching for talent:
Have you completed your school qualifications with good grades and are now studying for a engineering or technical degree with a passion for engineering and technical challenges? We would like to support you along your road to success by funding you with a joint scholarship in cooperation with the Vector company, accompanied by very diverse support and valuable insight into the working day of an international leader in the world of technology.
Vector in a nutshell
Vector Informatik is the leading manufacturer of software tools and components for the development of electronic systems and their networking with various systems from CAN to ethernet. For more than 25 years, our automotive, commercial, aerospace, transportation and control technology customers have relied on our solutions and products to develop tomorrow's mobility technologies.
Vector - brainwork with a fun factor
Working at Vector is different. In an optimally equipped working environment, our employees can work flexibly and creatively. They are the source of Vector's success, as they look beyond the horizon with their commitment and their innovative ideas. Together we promote initiative and new ideas, discuss them openly, develop them further and implement them consistently to bring ideas to series maturity.
As a scholarship recipients, you will receive:
What are the scholarship requirements?
If you would like to apply, your application must include your CV, a covering letter, certificates, reports and letters of reference. Please hand you application in to your contact professor before the following deadlines for the following semester:
The selection for Vector follows a recommendation from the contact professor on the basis of your application documents and a personal discussion in our company.
Please get in contact with your professor or the Career Service (below) or look at jobs.vector.com/stipendium-deggendorf
Cooperative studies and inland scholarships
Stefanie Möginger, DIT Career Service advisor
The fund supports gifted and destitute students (e.g. BAföG recipients) upon application.
One-off grants (min. 100 €, max. 500 €) are paid out to purchase textbooks and other study materials.
Applicants must have completed at least two semesters at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology and, if possible, should not have completed the sixth semester. The allocation is not bound to denomination, faculty or nationality. An essential part of the application is a statement of costs. The written application must be accompanied by an (informal) endorsement of the responsible university professor regarding the expenses and previous academic achievements.
The payment order is issued when receipted invoices for the learning materials currently purchased are presented. There is no legal claim to funding.