Scholarships and financial support
Staff, students and doctoral students can count on the University to help them with their studies, work and emergencies.
The basic form of benefits for full-time and part-time students are scholarships. Their receipt is dependent on academic performance or the financial situation in the student’s family. The amount of the scholarship and the income threshold on which the amount of the scholarship depends are determined each year by the rector.
Students with disabilities, who have the appropriate certificate, can benefit from a scholarship for people with disabilities in addition, regardless of their family income.
The motivation to study is provided by the Rector’s scholarships for the best students and the Minister’s scholarships for significant achievements.
Students in a difficult financial situation may apply for a maintenance grant, which is awarded to students whose income per person in their family does not exceed the amount determined at the beginning of each academic year.
In a particularly difficult life situation, any student at our university can apply for financial aid, a one-off cash benefit.
Detailed information on benefits is available at the dean’s offices.