Alumni support Students

Scholarship holders in front of the Schloss.
Scholarship holders in front of the Schloss.
© WWU - Peter Grewer

Since the winter term of 2011, the Alumni-Club WWU Münster has helped to fund scholarships with the University's programme ProTalent, within the framework of the Deutschlandstipendium  (German scholarship programme). These scholarships are intended to enable young people with special talents and qualifications to concentrate on the success of their studies – freed from financial pressures and constraints. The holders of the ProTalent Scholarships receive 300 Euro a month for up to eight semesters. The scholarships are awarded irrespective of income, achievement being the priority.

Our network of ProTalent donators since the academic year 2016/2017

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© ProTalent / Deutschlandkarte: freepik
Scholarship holders Simon May (2. v. l.) and Tabea Kramer (2 v. r.), Project Coordinator Dr. Nora Kluck (M.) and Alumni  at the scholarship celebration 2017.
Scholarship holders Simon May (2. v. l.) and Tabea Kramer (2 v. r.), Project Coordinator Dr. Nora Kluck (M.) and Alumni at the scholarship celebration 2017.
© WWU - Peter Grewer

Your support for the scholarship programme

The Alumni-Club WWU Münster would like to continue supporting particularly gifted students. For this reason we welcome every donation for this aim, to the following donation account:

Alumni-Club WWU Münster
Universitätskasse Münster
Helaba
IBAN DE22 3005 0000 0000 0660 27
BIC: WELADEDDXXX
Verwendungszweck (reference):
3240041900 / ProTalent (mandatory information)

Thank you very much for your support!

Should you or your company be interested in taking over the funding and endowment of a complete scholarship, you will find all the necessary information here, on the homepage of the ProTalent scholarship programme - otherwise you can get in touch with us directly by contacting us.

Scholarship holders with their certificates.
Scholarship holders with their certificates.
© WWU - Peter Leßmann

How the scholarship programme works

The University of Münster's scholarship programme draws half of its funding from the donations of private individuals and thus plays an important part in establishing the scholarship culture in Germany. The other half of the money needed is provided by the State. In this way the State, private individuals, companies and foundations are collectively assuming the responsibility of training and educating our future leaders and managers in the University of Münster.