Call for Applications
Prof. Dr. Sabine Kyora
for Instruction and Equality
Referat Studium und Lehre
Raum: V03 1-W103
The application period will start on September 1, 2019 and end on September 30, 2019.
Applications can be submitted using an online form in Stud.IP.
Path: Stud.IP › Campus › Stipendien
For questions concerning the application form, please contact the Servicepoint Scholarships, not the IT Services.
Incoming students who do not yet havet access to Stud.IP instead use the external application form.
In the coming winter semester, the University of Oldenburg will award Deutschlandstipendium scholarships for the seventh time. These scholarships are intended to support particularly talented and well-performing students, usually for a period of one year.
In the winter semester of 2019/2020 over 230 scholarships can be awarded (depending on the funds available at the time of granting scholarships). One third of these scholarships will be awarded based on the degree programme or subject, the other two thirds of the scholarships may be allocated to all qualifying students.
Scholarships will paid retroactively from October in the month following the selection committee meeting (most likely November). From this date, payment will be made monthly.
Who can Apply?
Students who are enrolled at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg at the beginning of the winter semester can apply, regardless of age, nationality, or subject. Applicants must be within the standard time of study (Regelstudienzeit) regarding the subject with which they apply.
If students are in their first semester, their performance will be assessed based on the results of the university entrance qualification (equivalents of the German 'Abitur').
From the second semester onward, selection criteria are primarily based on the achievements of students during their studies.
Additionally, contributions to society or special family or personal circumstances (for example caring for close family members, etc.) are included in the assessment.
What are the Regulations?
The scholarships are awarded at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg in accordance with the Scholarship Programme Law (StipG) and the statutes enacted by the University of Oldenburg. Students do not have a legal entitlement to a Deutschlandstipendium scholarship.
The amount of the scholarship is € 300 per month. The scholarship is a non-repayable grant. The scholarships are usually granted for one year. The funding period begins on 1 October in a given year.
The scholarships are awarded regardless of the applicant's income and can be combined with a BAföG loan without deduction.
The duration of the grant is determined by the standard period of study and can only be granted beyond this period under exceptional circumstances. A request for an extension of the maximum duration of funding must be submitted in writing stating the reasons.
Applications are filed online using a form provided by the University of Oldenburg in Stud.IP.
Incoming students still without access to Stud.IP instead use this online form: external application.
The following application documents must be submitted with the application:
- CV in tabular form, including a photo
- Enrolment certificate
- Grade transcript from the examination office or a verifiable transcript from Stud.IP consisting of the average grade and credit points
- Certificate of university entrance qualification (Abitur, Fachabitur, or an international equivalent)
- Master's degree applicants: undergraduate degree certificate and any evidence for the admission and selection criteria for the Master's degree programme
- Documents demonstrating special personal or family circumstances such as illnesses and disabilities, caring for own children, caring for close relatives, migration background, and volontary social, cultural, relgious or comparable work, if applicable
The application period will start on September 1 and end on September 30, 2019. Candidates who do not submit their applications within this period will be excluded from the selection process.