Scholarships at Heinrich Heine- University
The HHU offers its students a large number of scholarship programmes. Whether to support new students, advanced-level students, semesters spent abroad or graduate scholarships – practically all areas of the University are covered. Scholarships are awarded in accordance with the Framework Regulations for the Award of Scholarships approved by the Senate of Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf on 10th July 2012.
Attention! The applications for our scholarship programme »Take your chance« at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf are now closed for 2014.
Please note that the general consultation hours for scholarships will be held on mondays from 9:00 till 14:00 in January 2015. You do not need an appointment to see the staff during consultation hours. In all other times please contact the office via phone or mail.
- Fellowships for MD doctoral Dissertations available! The integrated Graduate School of the Collaborative Research Center SFB 974 "Communication and System Relevance in Liver Damage and Regeneration" is inviting medical students to apply for five MD positions for six months. For detail information please see here.
- From June 2014 applications for the international fellowship program of the Bayer Science & Education Foundation are possible. The foundation supports extraordinarily gifted talents in order to help them realize individual study and research projects abroad. The current application period ends on July 15, 2014. Please find further information at: bayer-foundations.com
The Bayer Science & Education Foundation is pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Abigail Doyle from Princeton University (USA) -- Bayer Early Excellence in Science Award winner 2013 -- will be giving her award lecture at Bayer HealthCare Research Center in Berlin on June 27, 2014.
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Contact and services
The Central Scholarship Office is the point of contact for students, benefactors and members of the University for all matters concerned with scholarships.