for the administrative field
The Walter-Hallstein programme of the Baden-Württemberg scholarship is the European line of the scholarship programme. It supports pan-European exchange and inter-European collaboration on the administrative level.
The programme is directed towards:
- Students in European-related degree programmes at universities in Baden-Württemberg
- Students in European-related degree programmes from other European countries
- Young professionals working in administrative bodies (such as city halls, district administrations, or ministries) in other European countries
Funding is provided for training or international internships in a Baden-Württemberg administration (for university students from other European countries) or in an administrative body in another European country (for students at Baden-Württemberg universities).
University students and young professionals
2 to 11 months
around 1,000 euros per month
The programme is also directed towards administrative bodies from Baden-Württemberg that want to expand and reinforce their networks and partnerships with international administrative bodies throughout the EU. Municipalities, districts, cities, and other public administrative bodies from Baden-Württemberg can apply. Funding is granted to cooperative projects with administrative bodies from other European countries in order to build and expand networks and partnerships.
1 to 2 years
from 5,000 euros to a maximum of 20,000 euros / year
You can apply to the Walter-Hallstein programme in Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM once per year. Applications are always due by 30 April.
Applications are submitted via the BWS-World portal. Applications cannot be submitted directly to the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung.