Citi Scholarship One full-tuition scholarship to ILF students of the academic year 2010/2011. Applicants for the scholarship must have German citizenship or German residences and possess a degree with good academic results in law, business or economics. The Citi Scholarship will be awarded based on the decision made by the Admissions Committee of the Institute for Law and Finance.
If you wish to apply for the scholarship, please include a letter specifiying your intention together with your application materials. We would also require you to submit documents proving your income.
Deutsche Bank Scholarship - One full-tuition scholarship covering a full year's tuition fees of EUR 15,000 for the LL.M. Finance program 2010/11 is available for law graduates who have passed the First and/or Second German State Examination(s) (Grade "Vollbefriedigend"). If you wish to apply for the scholarship, please include a letter specifiying your intention together with your application materials.
ILF Scholarships (Need-Based) - Partial scholarships for tuition fees are granted by the ILF on a need-basis. Such scholarship funds are made possible by the generosity of the ILF sponsors and is awarded at the discretion of the ILF Admissions Committee based on merit as well as the applicant’s proven financial need. For the academic year 2010/11, based on the proven need of the applicants, ILF Scholarships in the form of tuition waivers will be granted in the amounts of either €10,000 or €5,000.
B. ILF Matching Scholarships for Employer's Contributions
The ILF will, to a certain extent, match the amount which an employer agrees to sponsor a student's tuition fee for participating in the LL.M. Finance program 2010/2011. If you are interested to know more about the matching possibilities, please contact Ms. Tahniat Saulat at LLM@ilf.uni-frankfurt.de.
C. External Financiang Options:
Applicants to our LL.M Finance program may wish to look into the following websites for more information regarding the possibility of obtaining scholarships. Please contact the responsible person of these scholarship providers regarding eligibility requirements and application deadlines.
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD): Scholarships are awarded to university graduates from all academic disciplines. We recommend that students consult the DAAD website early in their application process: www.daad.de.
Alfred Toepfer Scholarships: Applicants below the age of 30 from Middle and Eastern Europe may apply for the which provide the sum of money for costs of living in Germany. For more details, please see www.toepfer-fvs.de/toepfer-stipendium.html.
Haniel Stiftung: Scholarship program for students from Central and Eastern Europe ("Go West - European Master's Degree & Internship"). See Haniel Stiftung
Dr. Jost Henkel Stiftung.The Dr. Jost Henkel Stiftung offers need-based scholarships for talented students. See Dr. Jost Henkel Stiftung
Stiftung der deutschen WirtschaftScholarships are offered to applicants with different national backgrounds.Stiftung der deutschen Wirtschaft
You may also be interested in taking a look at the following websites where scholarships to students who share the same political views as the German political foundations:
Finally, there are also additional online financial aid databases:
We also strongly recommend you to contact the international office of your home university for information on scholarships and grants for nationals of your country to study in Germany.
For more information on country specific scholarships, please contact our Admissions Manager, Ms. Tahniat Saulat.