Education and training

START-Scholarship

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START student scholarships are also awarded in the Bergisches Land region for particularly committed young people with migration experience.

Project description

Scholarships for young people with migration experience

The scholarship program of the START-Foundation is aimed at pupils with the following background: They want to actively participate in shaping our society and strengthening our democracy, they have immigrated to Germany themselves or their father or mother has immigrated to Germany, they are attending at least grade nine in the current school year, they are at least 14 years old, they have a command of German at least at the level of GER-B1 and they are still attending a general or vocational school in a German federal state for at least three years. The Hans Hermann Voss Foundation sponsors five START scholarships for students in the region Bergisches Land.

The scholarship supports the capability and the commitment of young people with a migration history and attends their education. In addition to providing material support, the grant includes a comprehensive range of educational opportunities and personal pedagogical supervision.

More information about the scholarship program and application

Project overview
Project information

Education and training

Bergisches Land

START-Stiftung gGmbH

since 2016

FUNDING

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