Germany Scholarships now at KLU

Students at KLU now have a new scholarship opportunity: the Germany Scholarship (Deutschlandstipendium), a German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) program. The German government will pay half of the monthly funding of €300. For the other half, KLU is very happy to have Hamburg Süd, a Hamburg-based global logistics company, as a partner. Hamburg Süd will fund three Germany Scholarships at KLU for three years.
KLU students can apply for the scholarship after completing their first year and will receive the funding in year 2. For the very first round of scholarships, we received applications from 21 students. Based on their academic achievements and extracurricular commitment, three of them were selected to receive Germany Scholarships: Alexander Kurmis, BSc in Management Class of 2018, Karina Schneider, MSc in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Class of 2017, and Tobias Braun, MSc in Management Class of 2017. Congratulations and keep up the good work!