Governmental scholarships: There are two governmental scholarships that international students can apply for. Take a look at them:
Erasmus +: This scholarship programme is meant for international students who want to study in Europe. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the predetermined criteria.
DAAD Scholarship: The German Academy Exchange Service (DAAD) offers a variety of scholarships to international students. Similar to Erasmus +, there are certain eligibility criteria that students must comply with.
Non-governmental scholarships: A number of non-governmental organisations also have scholarship programmes that are designed to help international students. Take a look at few of these scholarships:
Heinrich Böll Scholarships
Kurt Hansen Science Scholarships
Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships
Humboldt Research Fellowships
Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship.
University-specific scholarships: Universities in Germany also offer scholarships to students in several categories like.