GUS Germany GmbH announces scholarship for earthquake victims from Turkey and Syria
- German educational institutions: University of Europe for Applied Sciences, Berlin School of Business and Innovation and GISMA University of Applied Sciences to award scholarships to earthquake victims from Turkey and Syria
- The scholarship covers the entire tuition fees with the start of studies in 2023/24
- Aimed at giving young people the opportunity to rebuild
Berlin, 15 March 2023 – Leading German educational institutions, University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE), Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) and GISMA University of Applied Sciences (GISMA), is pleased to announce the launch of a scholarship programme aimed at young people affected by the devasting earthquakes in the Turkey and Syria. UE, BSBI and GISMA are part of GUS Germany GmbH’s (GGG) network of institutions.
The initiative aims to provide hope to the affected students and support their aspirations to rebuild their homes and regions. The scholarship covers the entire tuition fees for any course of study at the partnering institutions starting from the academic years 2023 and 2024. The scholarship is available to students who have been affected by the earthquake and can demonstrate their ability to contribute to the reconstruction efforts in their home region.
Interested students are encouraged to apply for the scholarship by visiting the link provided here: https://www.ue-germany.com/study-with-us/fees-and-finance/ue-scholarships.
The application requirements and general conditions of the scholarship are also available on the website.
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About BSBI, GISMA and UE:
Berlin School of Business and Innovation, GISMA University of Applied Sciences and University of Europe for Applied Sciences are private educational institutions with several campuses in Germany and Europe. They all are part of GUS Germany GmbH’s (GGG) network of institutions. They educate students from Germany and abroad in a variety of knowledge areas such as business, art & design, tech and software, and health sciences to make people fit for tomorrow’s job market. Innovative learning models, flexible learning content and inspiring locations play a major role here