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Funding opportunities for students

Information on funding opportunities at TU Bergakademie Freiberg can be found on the website of the International Office.

DAAD Call for Scholarship Applications 2022 (click to view PDF)

For Master students from Sub-Saharan Africa fleeing the war in Ukraine

Deadline for submission of application: July 4th, 2022

Scholarship programme for Master students from Sub-Saharan Africa fleeing
the war in Ukraine is a subprogramme of the In-Country/In-Region Scholarship
programme. Scholarship holders are given the opportunity to continue
their academic career at a higher education institution in their home country or
within their home region1 (in Sub-Saharan-Africa).


It is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
and managed by the German Academic Exchange Service. Its goal is to provide
Master scholarships to students who are nationals of a Sub-Saharan African
country and whose Master studies are interrupted because of the war in
Ukraine.

Further funding opportunities:

  1. Georgius Agricola Scholarship: For students from Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary – call for applications 2022 (in German language)

  2. Erasmus Scholarship: For enrolled students from Ukraine who have a residence permit for at least 3 months. Contact: Ms Michaela Luft, International Office, e-mail: michaela [dot] luftatiuz [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de

  3. Financial bridging aid for Ukrainian and Russian students with a connection to the teaching and research areas of the Institute for Processing and Recycling Systems Technology (IART) – further information (in German language)

  4. DAAD Eastern Partnerships Programme (DAAD-Ostpartnerschaften): Bridging scholarship for a maximum of 3 months, contact: Ms. Ingrid Lange, International Office, e-mail: ingrid [dot] langeatiuz [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de

  5. The Hilde Domin Programme of the German Academic Exchange Service supports students at risk worldwide to take up or continue their studies in Germany. Further information

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Funding opportunities for academics and scientists

  • The Hilde Domin Programme of the German Academic Exchange Service supports doctoral students at risk worldwide to take up or continue a doctorate in Germany. further information

  • Walter Benjamin Programme of the German Research Foundation (DFG):
    Researchers with a doctorate who are in an early phase of their academic career are eligible to apply. further information

  • Funding & Tenders Portal – Database of the European Commission with calls for fellowships. further information

  • Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt – Funding programme for Ukrainian university graduates in the field of environmental protection and nature conservation. further information

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