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PFH German University to offer Rs 2.5 crore scholarship to Indian students

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Posted on 13 Jun 2022
14:57 PM
The scholarship is for Indian students seeking admission  to master's degree courses at PFH German University.

The scholarship is for Indian students seeking admission to master's degree courses at PFH German University. Source: Shutterstock

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About 50 Indian students will get 20 per cent scholarship, 10 students will get 30 per cent and two students will get 50 per cent scholarship on tuition fee
The university will conduct an online test and video call interview to screen applicants

PFH German University of Applied Science has announced scholarships worth Rs 2.5 crore for Indian students seeking admission for Master's degree. The last date for submission of application is June 30.

About 50 Indian students will get 20 per cent scholarship, 10 students will get 30 per cent and two students will get 50 per cent scholarship on tuition fee. The university will conduct an online test and video call interview to screen applicants.

The courses include MS in UX/UI, Industrial Engineering, New Mobility – Micro Mobility and Digitalisation and Automation.

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Students who have a Bachelor’s degree with 60 per cent, fluent communication skills and technical knowledge can apply for this scholarship. IELTS, GRE, or GMAT scores are not required.

PFH German University of Applied Sciences, established in 1995, is a state-recognized university that focuses on training and educating future managers and specialists in key technologies. Employability is at the centre of all its endeavours. With career and coaching services as well as individual mentoring embedded into the university’s structure, all study programmes are characterised by their practical and economic relevance, their internationality and a pronounced orientation towards careers.

For more information, students can visit the official website of PFH German University.

Last updated on 13 Jun 2022
14:57 PM
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