DORTMUND, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s Technische Universität Dortmund, also referred to as TU Dortmund University, is a technical university. It has around 35,000 students enrolled and over 6,000 employees, including 300 professors. More than 80 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are available. It is situated in the Ruhr region, which is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in Europe. The university is well known for conducting leading-edge research in the disciplines of physics, electrical engineering, chemistry, and economics. Both the Internet and machine learning (especially support-vector machines and RapidMiner) owe a lot to the university.
The University of Dortmund was founded in 1968, during the collapse of the coal and steel industry in the Ruhr region. it was established, an essential stage as economic shift away from heavy industries and toward technology (Strukturwandel). The majority of the university’s research interests are in the natural sciences, engineering, pedagogy/teacher preparation in a variety of disciplines, special education, and journalism. The University of Dortmund was originally meant to be a technical university, but in 1980 it merged with the neighboring Pädagogische Hochschule Ruhr, which had a focus on the humanities and mostly featured departments of those subjects.
The University of Dortmund hosted the 11th Federation of International Robot-soccer Association (FIRA) Robo World Cup in 2006. The university’s Dortmund Droids robot soccer team placed third in 2003 and was named vice-world champion in 2002. On November 1st, 2007, the University of Dortmund changed its name to TU Dortmund University. Along with Duisburg-Essen University, the Ruhr University, and The University of Bochum is a member of the University Alliance Ruhr, a collaborative effort.
The TU Dortmund University offers graduation scholarships to enrolled international students as well as foreign doctoral candidates all year long. The goal of the graduation prize is to help international students who, through no fault of their own, are having financial difficulties finish their study.
Only students and doctoral candidates who have turned in their theses and who require financial assistance—i.e., have less than 450.00 EUR in their bank accounts—are eligible for scholarships for graduation.
Value of the Scholarship: Tuition
Awards given: N/A
- Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral level of study
- Germany’s TU Dortmund University is the host institution.
- For graduate and undergraduate international students the range of financial assistance is 250.00 to 861.0 euros.
- The assistance for international PhD students ranges from 250.00 to 1200.00 EUR.
Qualifications for DAAD STIBET Graduate Scholarships
- You must be enrolled at the TU Dortmund,
- You need to live in Dortmund or a nearby area.
- You must present documentation of your significant academic achievements, such as publications, honors, and length of study.
- You must provide evidence of a specific socioeconomic situation or the need for financial support.
Required Application Documents
- Filled-out application
- Page 9 of the application; to be completed by the Examinations Office, i.e., Prüfungsamt), registration Confirmation for your final thesis,
- A duplicate of your resident card,
- Student identity card currently in effect,
- The curriculum vitae in tabular form
- Transcripts of records showing the proof of the average grade of a frozen account, a payment mandated by a court, a scholarship, or income,
- Bank statements over the last three months would be sufficient to demonstrate your need for financial support.
- If there are any, your spouse’s bank statements
- A copy of your most recent employment contract, if relevant.
The DAAD STIBET Graduation Scholarship application process
To apply, complete the application form. Please send social counselingtu-dortmundde the entire application package in one PDF file. For further information, you can also visit the official website.