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24.09.2018

DSA Supports Students

Being a technology company, we depend on well-trained engineers and scientists. That is why sponsorship of young technical talents is very important to us.

With the scholarship programs of the RWTH Aachen and FH Aachen, within which the Deutschlandstipendium of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research is offered, we support every year top-performing and dedicated students of electrical engineering and computer science with a monthly extra payment. For one year, the young academics can concentrate fully on their studies without financial worries and develop their talents and interests beyond their professional studies.

In 2017, 25.947 students could be supported with the Deutschlandstipendium throughout Germany. More than 7.000 sponsors participated in the financing and brought a total of 26.9 million euros in the last year alone. And this joint commitment pays off: The Federal Ministry of Education and Research continues to ensure full federal support. An information sheet with current figures on the Deutschlandstipendium can be found here.

Outside the university programs, we also offer a scholarship to the DSA employees’ children studying a STEM subject.

We are very pleased to be able to actively participate in shaping the scholarship culture in the future as well.


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