Fundraising campaign for the 'Deutschlandstipendium'

Funding a scholarship does not need to be a major financial effort. It is also possible to support young people on their educational path together, with many individual contributions. Marking the anniversary of the national scholarship program 'Deutschlandstipendium', we are therefore joining the strengths of our university family with a fundraising campagin. Let us foster young talents in all their diversity together!

Six students sitting together in a working group
Picture: Andreas Heddergott / TUM


In view of the corona crisis, young talents need more support than ever. Marking the 10th anniversary of the ‘Deutschlandstipendium’ scholarship program, TUM is collecting donations so that even more TUM students can benefit from a Deutschlandstipendium.

The idea is simple: Anyone and everyone can help endow an entire scholarship of 1,800 euros with just a small contribution. As always with the Deutschlandstipendium, the federal government doubles every euro. Each recipient of a scholarship thus receives 300 euros each month, and what's more, becomes part of a very lively, committed network.

Donating – here’s how! Every contribution counts

Simply donate online – or use a bank transfer by 25 July 2021 to:

TUM Universitaetsstiftung
IBAN: DE97 7002 0270 0010 2808 80
BIC: HYVEDEMMXXX
HypoVereinsbank München AG
Payment reference (please be sure to specify): ‘Spende Deutschlandstipendium’

No other German university has more Deutschlandstipendium scholarship holders than TUM. More than 800 scholarships could be awarded in the funding year of 2020/2021 alone thanks to the committment of companies, foundations and private donors. The TUM University Foundation, too, funds several of these scholarships each year.

What do recipients of the Deutschlandstipendium say?

Corinna Lingstädt, Florian Brunner and Simon van Endern are alumni and active participants in the Deutschlandstipendium - and have even sponsored scholarships themselves. What did the Deutschlandstipendium mean to them? And why would they like to encourage other friends, members and alumni of our university to support the current student generation? Watch their video here.