The opportunity to apply for SBW Scholarships for refugees at universities in Germany


Scholarship Details:

Level: Postgraduate and Masters Studies, University Education
Application Available: Arab students interested in studying in Germany
Scholarship coverage: Cost of living allowance – tuition fees – possibly also a travel allowance for your trip to Berlin before the start of your studies and for the trip home after completing your studies
Scholarship location: Partner German universities
Program: 1-4 years
Application deadline: December 31, 2020
Countries allowed to apply: Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Somalia, Iraq, Morocco, Yemen, Tunisia, Comoros, Djibouti, Syria, Palestine, Qatar, Lebanon, Libya, Egypt,
Academic subjects: all subjects


The SBW Berlin Scholarship supports young people from abroad who come from a financially disadvantaged family background and who use the skills they acquire while studying in Germany to promote long-term nonprofit projects, preferably in their home countries.

Scholarships cover undergraduate and master’s programs in Berlin and Potsdam based on the student’s academic qualifications, personal abilities, and social needs. In general, all scientific and artistic majors can be funded. In special cases, the program also includes vocational training in Berlin or Potsdam.

To apply for a Bachelor’s degree, applicants must be in the last year of high school, or fully enrolled in the first, second or third semester at most at a state-recognized university in Germany or abroad. To obtain a master’s degree, they must apply shortly before or after obtaining a bachelor’s degree.

Scholarship Benefits:

The SBW Berlin scholarship covers the necessary living expenses for scholarship holders for the duration of the scholarship.
A room in a shared student apartment in Berlin.
Living allowance.

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  • study fees.
    It is also possible to cover a travel allowance for your trip to Berlin before the start of your studies and for the trip home after completing your studies.


Applicants must be:
From foreign nationals, whose countries of origin appear to be in particular need of development assistance.
Homeless foreigners
Of the recognized refugees
Their ages are between 18 and 30 years old
Obtaining a grade point average corresponding to a German GPA of at least 2.0
Able to prove that they have not stayed in Germany for more than 18 months before submitting the application
Intend to work in their home country for at least 18 months after graduation

How to apply:

The application form, in addition to the list of required documents, can be found on this link.

Scholarship link here

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