Discover the Scholarship that helps to cover your living costs during your internship
August 10, 2022
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Schiller International University, Schiller, was created and designed with you, the student, in mind. Our objective is for you to be able to face the challenges of the real world as a true expert by the time you finish your degree. Our mission has always been to take your professional career to the highest level. That is why we offer you practical training with a global approach, innovative methodologies, and unique learning experiences that you can only find here.
We always want to above and beyond the norm, so with all this in mind, we are now launching the Global Intern Scholarship. This new scholarship, as part of our Scholarship Program, is designed for anyone who wants to put their knowledge into practice by working or doing an internship while studying, while getting additional assistance to help cover their day-to-day expenses.
What is the Global Intern Scholarship?
This scholarship is a support for our students, both bachelor's and master's, who want to participate in a career-related opportunity, covering part of the additional expenses that this involves. It is our way of supporting you in this new stage so that you can focus on what really matters: your professional development.
While you are doing your internship, whether is it paid or unpaid, this scholarship helps with the financial support needed to cover your living costs, such as food, transportation, and housing.
Who can apply for the scholarship?
All bachelor’s (60 credits or more) and master’s students at Schiller International University, Schiller, who are actively pursuing a full-time or part-time internship related to their program of study, starting next year, 2023.
Students completing their degree online are not eligible for this scholarship.
What is the value of the scholarship?
The amount will be $500 per month for up to 6 months.
What are the eligibility requirements?
You must be a student at Schiller, in any of our bachelor’s degree programs (as long as you have completed 60 or more credits) or master’s degree programs. It does not apply to students completing their degree online.
- It is important that you have not received this funding before (students can only receive this funding once during their time at Schiller).
- You must be doing an internship related to your program of study and have a binding document signed by the company and student or similar.
- By the time you complete your internship, you must have settled all financial obligations with the University.
We don’t want anyone to be left behind on the path to achieving their goals. Your future is what matters most to us, and this scholarship is our way of helping you achieve your professional success from the very moment you step into the working world.