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Funding available at TUHH
- Erasmus traineeship (for internships in the EU, Norway, Turkey, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Iceland)
- PROMOS - (for overseas internships, travel expense subsidiary only)
- Mobility Fund - (for overseas internships or where Erasmus traineeship is not possible or not sufficient)
AuslandsBafoeg & Bildungskredit (public grants and loans)
Students with German citizenship can apply for Auslands-BAföG for their internship abroad. Auslands-BAföG is the funding available to German citizens who are studying at a university and plan to do parts or their studies (or a complete degree) or an internship abroad.
Auslands-BAföG may even be available to German university studenty who do not qualify for inner-German BAföG. That is because the costs for living a studying may be higher abroad than at home.
To co-finance an internship with Auslands-BAföG, the internship has to last at least 12 weeks.
Students have to apply 6 month before the intended start of the internship abroad.
The Studierendenwerk Hamburg provides counsel for students interested in Auslands-BAföG. They take applications for stays in the USA.
Applications for Auslands-BAföG for stays in other countries and regions will have to be addressed to Studierendenwerke in other German cities.
There are a few specific exceptions that allow international fulltime degree students to apply for BAföG and Auslands-BAföG.
An internship abroad can be co-financed through an education loan, which has to be paid back with interest. To find out wether a loan would be beneficial for you and how to apply for it, please turn to the Studierendenwerk Hamburg and their counselling centre for finance.
More funding possibilities: DAAD stipend database
More funding possibilities for internships abroad (outside Germany) can be found through the DAAD stipend database.