The Foundation of German Business (SDW) offers undergraduate and graduate students a vast number of opportunities ranging from various seminars and training programmes to financial support. Courses are held in German, so that candidates should have at least intermediate-level command of German (C1 or DSH 2). The Klaus Murmann Fellowship Programme is centred on a variety of political, economic and social issues with corporate responsibility being an underlying theme throughout the entire course. The Foundation strongly encourages communication between the students and representatives from the fields of business, science, politics, culture and administration. The preparatory course is a special scholarship programme by the Klaus Murmann Fellowship Programme for candidates who have obtained a degree in teaching.
Any (future) undergraduate or graduate student with a residence status as per BAföG § 8, (1-3)
is welcome to apply.
students pursuing a Bachelor's, Master's, Diplom-, Magister- or state examination degree at state or state-recognised universities in Germany
Furthermore, a complete course of study abroad in a country close to the border can be funded, provided that you can credibly assure active and regular participation in our regional groups.
Funding is available until the end of the standard period of study. Sponsoring beyond this period is limited and will be granted only in justified cases.
All scholarship holders will in any case receive a study allowance of 300 EUR per month. The amount of the scholarship for living support depends on the financial situation of the family. In addition to the scholarship, stays abroad are funded.
- maximum amount: 752 EUR per month
- contributions to health- and long-term care insurance where applicable: 109 EUR per month
- family allowance where applicable: 155 EUR per month
- childcare allowance where applicable: 150 EUR per month
The scholarship does not need to be repaid.
Please submit your application via the application portal first. All further information may be found here
Assessment days will be held in September/October, the application deadline is in the spring. Further information can be found here