Applications for graduate scholarships must be submitted online only between October 1, 2020 and November 30, 2020 using the electronic application form.
As of Winter Semester 2018/2019, we can no longer accept applications to waive tuition fees due to being employed as the corresponding enactment was revoked by the Constitutional Court on June 30, 2018, with no replacement regulation.
The JKU has introduced a new scholarship regulation for a certain group of employed students previously entitled to waive tuition fees.
See below for information about applying for the 2019/20 academic year.
How can I apply for a graduation scholarship?
What is the criteria?
The criteria for the graduate scholarship is available in the guidelines.
What documentation must be included with the application?
Detailed information about the documentation to include with the application is available in the guidelines.
How much is the graduation scholarship?
If your application is approved, you will receive a maximum of € 365 for the semester you applied for. If the relevant income is exceeded during the 2019 calendar year (€15,000), the payment will be reduced by the amount exceeded. In the event of jointly established studies, the amount of the scholarship is reduced to the percentage that is used to calculate the time period in which the applicant actively took examinations at JKU Linz.