Please take a closer look at the University of Stuttgart Scholarship Program application requirements and procedures if you are considering obtaining your Master of Science degree in Germany in the area of “Air Quality Control, Waste Water, and Solid Waste Process Engineering” at the University of Stuttgart. They eagerly forward to receiving your application!
About the University of Stuttgart
The German city of Stuttgart is home to the prestigious research institution known as the University of Stuttgart (German: Universität Stuttgart). It has 10 faculties and was established in 1829. One of Germany’s oldest technical colleges, it offers highly regarded civil, mechanical, industrial, and electrical engineering degrees among others. It is a part of TU9, an organization made up of the biggest and most renowned technical universities in Germany. The institution has a strong reputation in the areas of advanced automotive engineering, effective industrial and automated manufacturing, process engineering, aerospace engineering, and activity-based costing.
Stuttgart’s first university, the Karlsschule, existed from 1770 to 1794. Except for a few shared operations, it has been known as the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart-Hohenheim since 1818 and is unrelated to the University of Stuttgart.
The current University of Stuttgart was established in 1829, and in 2004 it celebrated its 175th birthday. The institution began using the name Technische Hochschule Stuttgart (Stuttgart Institute of Technology) in 1876 due to the growing significance of technical sciences and education in these subjects. It received permission to issue Ph.D. degrees in technical areas in 1900. The Technische Hochschule Stuttgart was renamed to the current “Universität Stuttgart” in 1967 as a result of the expansion of its educational offerings. The development of new subjects, like the social sciences and the history of science and technology, as well as the expansion of already-existing ones, like history and art history, came along with this name shift.
The Academic Ranking of World Universities and the Times Higher Education Supplement, which rates more than 1000 universities globally, routinely place Universität Stuttgart among the best universities in the world. In terms of engineering and technology, the University of Stuttgart is currently placed 79th in the world by QS World University Rankings. The University of Stuttgart, which is rated 42nd globally and third in Germany, is one of the top institutions for mechanical, aeronautical, and manufacturing engineering. It has also received several rankings as one of Germany’s top engineering schools.
University of Stuttgart Scholarship Program – Benefits
- 750 euros in payments every month
- Unless the home nation or another funding source covers these costs, payments towards health, accident, and personal liability insurance cover travel allowance.
University of Stuttgart Scholarship Program – Eligibility
- The applicant must have earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical, civil, environmental, mechanical, process engineering, or a closely related subject.
- (Internships during Bachelor studies are not allowed.) Applicants must have at least two years of professional experience.
- Candidates must have a strong command of the English language and one of the following test results is necessary:
- TOEFL (iBT): 79
- TOEFL (CB): 213
- TOEFL (PB): 550
- IELTS (Academic): 6.5 OR a certificate of an equivalent English exam that was taken no more than two years before the application deadline, please note: TOEFL ITP is not accepted for the application.
- According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), understanding the German language is “Basic User (A2)”.
* Please be advised that those who do not possess a sufficient or recognized understanding of the German language must enroll in the free German Intensive Language Course in September.
Check application guidelines here.
Application Deadline: September 30, 2023
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