Deutsche Bildung is a partner of GISMA – a social business that has supported German students since 2007.
“We want to enable every single young person who wants to study to fulfil their dream through a financial and personal development programme.”
This is why Deutsche Bildung offers student financing to German students for studies within Germany and abroad. The company offers flexible payments of up to €30.000 as needed (monthly, biannual, or one-off payments, or a combination of all), combined with its extra-curricular development programme “WissenPlus”. Since the success of the individual student is at the forefront, students only pay back once they have started their professional life. This helps protect the student from the risk of debt. Visit www.deutsche-bildung.de for more information.
Deutsche Bildung funding at a glance (Accordion)
- More than 3,000 students have been funded since 2007
- Flexible payments as needed: monthly, biannual, or one-off payments, or a combination of all
- In total up to €15.000 for a Bachelor's degree, up to €25.000 for a Master's degree and up to €30.000 for an MBA / Ph.D.
- Up to 48 months funding period
- Open for students from Germany and Austria
- Open for students of all subjects
- Open for studies in Germany and abroad
- Training programme WissenPlus inclusive, offering e.g. online training and on-site workshops for the development of key qualifications, individual career advice, coaching and access to a network of attractive employers
- Online applications open throughout the whole year at deutsche-bildung.de
- Income-linked repayment starts only when you have successfully entered working life
- For periods such as job hunting, further studies, or maternity leave, the repayment is deferred. In case of long-term unemployment or occupational disability, the repayment is offset
Who can apply? (Accordion)
- Students from Germany or Austria, as well as students with a permanent/unlimited residency permit who have graduated from a German High School
- Students who are studying at an accredited university in Germany or a comparable university abroad
- Students aged 18 and above