Ceremony Deutschlandstipendium 2024 – presentation of certificates and networking

June 3, 2024

For the 13th time, the Deutschlandstipendium has been awarded to outstanding students at the University of Stuttgart. On May 16, sponsors met with the supported students at the Haus der Wirtschaft to celebrate and to exchange ideas.

Three quarters of a million euros awarded each year in the Deutschlandstipendium

For the last time in his role as Rector of the University of Stuttgart, Prof. Wolfram Ressel welcomed the almost 400 guests at the ceremony to award the Deutschlandstipendium scholarship. In his welcoming address, he congratulated the scholarship holders and thanked the sponsors for their financial and non-material support. Since the beginning, the University of Stuttgart has been able to award an average of three quarters of a million euros in scholarships every year.

His thanks go in particular to everyone for whom the Deutschlandstipendium is not part of their official duties: the scholarship commissions, the post and finance departments, through to the reporting and university communications departments.
A look into the audience
On behalf of the many other students who have received funding, one of the scholarship holders thanks for having been selected for the Deutschlandstipendium. In very touching words, she explains that her dream of studying linguistics was about to fail a third time. The scholarship now enables her to finally make her dream come true.
Another scholarship holder, who initially came to Stuttgart as a Fulbright scholarship holder from the USA, emphasizes the opportunities that the Deutschlandstipendium gives him for his studies. This way he can combine his two passions, architectural design and biology. On behalf of the students from abroad, he expressly thanks for also being eligible for funding from the Deutschlandstipendium as an international student.
In her welcoming address, the representative of Robert Bosch GmbH emphasized that the commitment to the Deutschlandstipendium - even after just over a decade - is already a good tradition in the sense of a tried and tested habit. She calls on the students to take advantage of the freedom the scholarship offers them.
Once again, the jazz trio “Umlaut” provides the musical accompaniment for the evening.
In addition to the presentation of certificates, networking plays the main role at the ceremony.
The traditional conclusion to an successful evening is the joint group photo

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