Jacobs University Bremen (abbreviated JU Bremen or JU) is an international, private, residential research university located in Weijsack, Bremen, Germany. It offers study programs in engineering, humanities, natural and social sciences, where students can earn bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degrees. Furthermore, the university offers a preparatory program in collaboration with Oxford International Education Group – Jacobs University International College.
Most of the instructions at the university are in English. Jacobs University students come from more than 110 countries, with about 80% of international students and about 33% of the faculty being international.
Jacobs University Bremen (originally called International University Bremen) was founded in 1999 with the support of the University of Bremen, Rice University in Houston, Texas, and the Hanseatic Free City of Bremen, study programs began in 2001. The Jacobs Foundation invested €200 million in the foundation in November 2006, thus acquired a majority of two-thirds stake in the partnership. At the beginning of 2007, the university changed its name to Jacobs University Bremen.
The campus is located on the site of the former Roland Barracks in Bremen-Grün. The site was constructed in 1938 during the National Socialist period. After World War II, it was converted into a camp for the displaced by the International Refugee Organization under the management of US forces known as Camp Grune. Soon after the formation of the Bundeswehr, the Grünne camp passed into the responsibility of the German government in 1955 and was renamed Roland Kasern. Roland Kaserne housed the Bundeswehr logistics school during the Cold War. In 1999, the military base was disabled, making way for the university.
Nationalities who can apply for the scholarship:
United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Djibouti, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Comoros, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen.
Programs available in the scholarship:
- the sciences
- data engineering
- Data science for society and business
- International Relations
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About the scholarship:
Education is a major investment in your future, at Jacobs work is done to make education an affordable reality for students from all over the world. Therefore, students are given personalized financing offers to help them cover their tuition fees.
Terms and Standards:
Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria to benefit from the Jacobs University-funded scholarship to study in Germany:
- All students are eligible to apply for the scholarship based on their GPA.
- The scholarship amount (deduction based on need) is determined based on the financial situation of you and your family.
- Proof of English language proficiency TOEFL or IELTS.
- The scholarship amount is not required to be repaid.
- The number of these grants is unlimited.
- Students are notified of the scholarship amount immediately upon acceptance.
Jacobs University Scholarship Benefits:
The scholarship consists of one or more types of financial support in the form of scholarships and tuition fee deferrals. The scholarship includes a sum of money of about 12,000 euros.
Required documents and papers:
- Photo with a white background
- Academic certificates.
- English language proficiency certificate such as IELTS or TOEFL.
- Recommendation letters.
- Motivation message.
The application deadline varies by program, but at the latest is June 1. You must check the official website of the scholarship.