University of Jena Masters Scholarships 2022/2023 Application Portal : Current School News

University of Jena Masters Scholarships 2022/2023 Application Portal

Filed in Scholarships Update by on November 29, 2021

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– University of Jena Masters Scholarships –

The University of Jena is now accepting applications from suitably qualified students into the University of Jena Masters Scholarships for students. It is a fully funded scholarship for all students.

About University of Jena Masters Scholarships

The Institution of Jena, founded in 1558, is a modern university with scientists who are among the best in their areas. The Friedrich Schiller University of Jena offers over 190 study options in the humanities, social sciences, and the sciences. Career-oriented Bachelor degrees, specialized teacher training, and appealing multidisciplinary Master programs are all available at Friedrich Schiller University.

Financial Benefit

Awardees who have a good chance of getting good study outcomes will receive a monthly stipend of 300 euros for at least a year. In addition, the university will provide tuition-free education to everyone who meets the academic standards.

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Eligibility Required

All students who are:

Students who are already in Jena, enrolled in the Master’s degree program in Photonics, and have earned their first university transcript are admitted for the future academic year to the Master’s degree program in Photonics.

Application Requirement

  1. Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.), Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.), or Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) Degree with substantial exposure to physics basics, or an equivalent or higher degree in the same fields.

  2. It helps if you have a good background in classical physics, mathematics, and/or electrodynamic theory. If your current academic degree has not yet been completed, you may apply with a preliminary transcript of records that includes all completed courses to date.

  3. A one- or two-page complete curriculum vitae (CV). (Begin with your high school graduation or equivalent and detail all phases of your education in chronological order.) You should also make a clear declaration about your current situation and/or occupation, including any information about (un-) employment or parental leave. The CV should not leave any open or unidentified time slots because it is in chronological sequence.

  4. A letter of motivation (500 words maximum and to be typed)

  5. A copy of your passport

  6. Your high school (secondary school) leaving certificate with marks

  7. A transcript of records with marks

  8. Proof of your English proficiency by either of:

  9. TOEFL or an equivalent English test (minimum points/grades): TOEFL PBT (550), TOEFL CBT (215), TOEFL IBT (85), IELTS (6.5)–during the COVID-19 pandemic we will not insist on a new test if your test has already expired

  10. Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)–during the COVID-19 pandemic we will not insist on a new test if your test has already expired

  11. German “Abitur”

Language Exemptions

The following students are exempt from providing proof of English proficiency:

  1. Nationals from the USA, U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or Canada, or BSc and MSc graduates who got their qualification in one of these countries.

  2. BSc and MSc graduates who have been taught their previous higher academic education completely in English

  3. Holders of German “Abitur” with sufficient exposure to the English language.

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Application Deadline for University of Jena Masters Scholarships

15 January,2022

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