The Frankfurt School of Finance and Management is seeking for applications from interested students with good academic records to apply for Bachelor of Science Scholarship Programme in Germany commencing 2022-2023 academic session.
Frankfurt School maintains a scholarship program for its Bachelor of Science geared toward highly qualified students. It consists of a reduction of the tuition fee for the entire duration of the studies. The semester(s) abroad are included in the scholarship, provided that students choose to go to one of our partner universities under a so-called exchange agreement.
Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany
Upto 100% reduction of tuition fee:
Frankfurt School offers different types of scholarships which are open to all students with excellent grades and a strong performance in the Frankfurt School admissions process. They consist of a 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% reduction of the tuition fees. Also, we take into consideration your background. The scholarship committee will review the scholarship application once the admission decision has been made. The scholarship committee’s decision is final and candidates have no legal entitlement to a scholarship.
For consideration of the scholarships, candidates must meet the following requirements:
- Applicants can apply from any nationality.
- Excellent undergraduate degree
- Admission to the Master of Finance programme at Frankfurt School, having chosen the Risk Management concentration
- No financial support by an employer covering more than two semester fees.
For the eligible applicants for Frankfurt School Bachelor of Science Scholarship Programme, during your application for one of the BSc programmes at Frankfurt School you have the opportunity to apply for a scholarship and state why the University should award you a scholarship. Once applicants have been offered a place at Frankfurt School, the BSc Admissions and Scholarship Committee will let you know whether we will award you a scholarship.
The Committee meets regularly throughout the year to review applications and award scholarships.