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The Walter-Hallstein-Programme as part of the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM provides students at the final stages of their Bachelor‘s or during their Master’s study with scholarships for international working stays in public services. As part of the working experience, the scholarship holders work on specific topics that are of particular relevance for the future. By contributing to international networking, the programme aims at strengthening the European idea and European-wide cooperation.
If you aim to work in your career as a civil servant on Europe-wide partnerships that deal with topics wich are of relevance for the future, the Walter-Hallstein-Programme as part of the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM is the right scholarship for you.
What are possible topics that could be worked on as part of the programme (this list is not exclusive as other topics are welcome as well)?
· Sustainable mobility
· Services for citizens
· Demographic change
· Local supply in rural areas
Who is eligable to receive scholarships?
· Students from Baden-Württemberg, who plan to do compulsory internships in civil service organizations in European countries towards the end of their Bachelor‘s or during their Master’s study (Outgoings).
· International students, who plan to do compulsory internships in civil service organizations in Baden-Württemberg towards the end of their Bachelor‘s or during their Master’s study (Incomings).
How long is the possible period to receive scholarships?
· Scholarships can be granted for a time period between 2 – 11 months
Applications can be handed in until the 30th of April 2018 via the online application tool BWS World.
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