Application is now open for the University of Stuttgart MIP Scholarship. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)/University of Stuttgart and Scholarship
365 German higher education institutions (100 universities and technical universities, 162 general universities of applied sciences, and 52 colleges of music and art) are represented by the private, federally funded, and state-funded, self-governing DAAD scholarship in Germany (2003a).
In Stuttgart, Germany, there is a renowned research institution known as the University of Stuttgart (German: Universität Stuttgart). It was established in 1829 and has ten faculties. With highly regarded programs in civil, mechanical, industrial, and electrical engineering, among others, it is one of the oldest technical institutions in Germany. It belongs to TU9, an organization that was founded by the biggest and most prestigious technical universities in Germany. In particular, the institution is well-known for its standing in the domains of cutting-edge automotive engineering, effective industrial and automated manufacturing, process engineering, aeronautical engineering, and activity-based costing.
The University of Stuttgart is acknowledged both internationally and domestically in several well-known university rankings. It was placed 312nd overall and 19th in Germany in the QS World University Rankings of 2024. According to the 2023 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, the university was ranked between 33rd and 34th domestically and within the 301-350 range internationally. The University of Stuttgart was ranked between 20th and 24th nationally and between positions 301–400 worldwide by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), which is commonly known as.
According to the 2023 QS World University Rankings in the discipline of Engineering and Technology, the university was rated 167th globally and 6th in Germany. In the same year, the university was ranked between positions 5 and 7 domestically and between the range of 101-125 worldwide in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for Engineering.
The main requirement for growth in every nation is an infrastructure network that has been carefully developed. Internationally, there is an urgent need for experts who can oversee the conception, planning, and construction of infrastructure facilities for transportation, water, and waste management on both an urban and regional level while integrating economic, social, and ecological management aspects.
Since 1983, the University of Stuttgart’s Master’s curriculum in Infrastructure Planning has offered a well-regarded M.Sc. curriculum worldwide. The curriculum focuses on an integrated approach to planning and pairs civil engineers with students having a background in architecture or urban planning from their undergraduate studies. Additionally, the curriculum gives students the knowledge and abilities they need to design, assess, and carry out extensive, complex infrastructure projects that are up to the demands of the twenty-first century.
Details about the University of Stuttgart MIP Scholarship:
Scholarship Sponsor: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Scholarship Value: Check Below
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Postgraduate/Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Stuttgart, Germany
The MIP DAAD Scholarship winners will receive;
- 750 euros per month in payments
- Travel allowance is covered by payments for health, accident, and personal liability insurance unless the home nation or another funding source is providing coverage for these costs.
- Graduates will be able to lead and oversee the work of multidisciplinary, worldwide teams of experts in a wide range of infrastructure-related sectors.
University of Stuttgart MIP Scholarship – Eligibility Criteria
The MIP program is intended for professionals or students with a focus on civil engineering, architecture, and urban planning as well as graduates from related fields of study who wish to gain insight into infrastructure planning in a broad, integrated context and who want to get ready for multifaceted, global planning tasks.
Application Process for University of Stuttgart MIP Scholarship
- MIP online applications in conjunction with DAAD scholarship applications will be accepted through September 30, 2023, via the C@MPUS site of the University of Stuttgart.
- The applications will be retrieved from the system on September 30th, and only papers uploaded up to that point will be considered for DAAD applications. No late submissions—via email or physical copy—after this date will be taken into consideration for selecting the scholarship recipients.
You can also visit the University of Stuttgart website for further details.
The Submission Deadline is: September 30, 2023