Fellowship Students of the Winter Semester 2020/21

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Remote und mit Abstand: Die Stipendiat*innen des Wintersemesters. Foto von Victor S. Brigola, ebenfalls im Bild

Congratulations to our Fellowship Students in the Summer Semester 2020!

Bachelor student Lisa Menzel and Master student Luisa Chryselidou, both in the first semester of their studies, receive a Förderkreis scholarship.

Pascal Lehmann, Bachelor student in the 6th semester, is pleased about the Deutschlandstipendium.

Jihan Shin, a Bachelor student from our South Korean partner university Hongik University can be a guest at the Merz Akademie thanks to a Baden-Württemberg scholarship.

With support from Erasmus+, Bachelor student Laura-Sophie Höpflinger is spending a semester abroad at the École Nationale Supérieure D’Arts de Paris-Cergy.

All information about scholarships at the Merz Akademie can be found here.

Information and advice on funding opportunities for a stay at one of our partner universities or for an internship semester abroad can be obtained from the International Office of the Merz Akademie.

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