The Master’s program is exclusively funded on the basis of tuition fees to cover expenses for administration, examination fees, materials, ITC requirements, virtual conferences and lectures. As a German public University we reinvest all tuition fees in our program for the benefit of our students.
As a German public University we are not entitled to offer funding to our students. Nevertheless we cooperate with a number of institutions which offer sholarships for selected students. For more information, please contact us.
Please note that applications for sholarships have to be submitted directly to the program administartion who will then submit them to the awarding institution. All scholarship apllications must be submitted together with the application to the program. A submission after the admission to the program is not possible. The selection process for the scholarship lies within the discretion of the awarding institution alone.
- Behörden Spiegel (Newspaper): In order to support scientific quality and promote academic talents in the field of international security the Behörden Spiegel offers one full-scholarship for one student each year.
- Zentrum für Internationale Friedenseinsätze (ZIF): The ZIF offers as full scholarship for Students from its Experts-Pool.
- Bund Deutscher Kriminalbeamte (BDK): The BDK offers a full scholarship each year (for BDK-members only).
- OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe): The Albanian State Police & Internal Control Service Professional Development Scholarship Programme is designed for students who work for the OSCE.