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Scholarships & Tuition Fees

“I am very happy to be one of the first Diversity Scholarship Recipients. Without this full scholarship I would never have been able to afford my CCM study program at ZU. The trust connected with this encourages me not only for my studies, but also to help shape the university.”

Kübra Karatas | Diversity Scholarship Recipient, BA CCM, Program Start 2013


Tuition fees cover approximately one third of the total budget of Zeppelin University and thus are an essential pillar in the financing mix. The students take on responsibility for their own educational biography and - as a purely privately financed university - ZU is maximally independent.
To promote young talent we offer sponsors who value education a range of scholarship models which support students as an effective relief in financing their studies.

Endowed Study Places

Due to the commitment of responsible private sponsors, companies, and foundations, individual study places are sustainably established in all four study programs of Zeppelin University: For entrepreneurial, political, and cultural talents and people who think out of the box need a place - especially a place to study.

The fees for a bachelor study place at Zeppelin University range from 3,700 to 4,450 Euro per semester - depending on the program. The total fee for the eight-semester bachelor program thus amounts to 29,600 or 35,600 Euro, respectively. For the four- semester master program the tuition fees range from 3,950 to 4,950 Euro per semester - depending on the program. The total fee thus amounts to 15,800 or 19,800 Euro, respectively. In addition to a comprehensive offer of academic teaching, ZU invests in the most up-to-date infrastructure, as well as outstanding support and services for the students. Financing a study place is much more than a "classical" scholarship system for tuition fees, as it also contributes to the basic financing of Zeppelin University. A sponsor can finance several study places. The duration of this commitment is possible from one year onwards.
Current providers of scholarships: Hymer AG, Merck Finck Stiftung, elobau GmbH

Germany Scholarships

With 300 Euro per month, the Germany Scholarship supports both students and enrolling students whose careers so far promise an outstanding performance in their studies, as well as in their professional lives. One half is paid by the Federation, the other half by private sponsors. The concept of performance underlying this scholarship is deliberately seen broadly: Good grades and course achievements are taken into consideration, as are the willingness to take on responsibility or the successful mastering of obstacles in the student´s own life and education. A sponsor can be an organization as well as a private citizen who would like to become committed for a monthly payment of 150 Euro (contribution receipt will be issued).

Current Scholarship Donors:
Daniel Renn Stiftung | Brigitte Drewing | Fischer Controlling Corporate Finance | IB Segelbacher GmbH IBB Internationales Bankhaus Bodensee AG | Klinik Buchinger Wilhelmi GmbH | LAYER Grosshandel GmbH & Co. KG | Ott-Goebel-Jugend-Stiftung | Ravensburger AG | Stiftung der Volksbank Friedrichshafen eG | Zeppelin UniversitätsGesellschaft e.V.

Individual Academic Support Schemes

In addition to endowed study places and Germany Scholarships, individual scholarship programs can also be developed together with the sponsor. Examples:

Udo Vetter Travel Grant

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The "Udo J. Vetter Förderfonds Reisestipendien" aims to support outstanding students of Zeppelin University in projects that are relevant for their studies but geographically far away - for example semesters abroad, academic congresses and conferences, as well as practical projects - so that the experiences made can later be included for example in a bachelor thesis.

"Chancen-Stipendium" by the Vodafone Stiftung

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In 2014, the Vodafone Stiftung Deutschland refocused its "Chancen-Stipendium" to integrate young people with a migrant background. The current concept aims at opening the program for a broader target group, promoting the commitment and the personal responsibility of the scholarship recipients even more, and keeping the financing structure transparent. Zeppelin University is a partner university of this foundation.

International Research Scholarship of the Daniela und Jürgen Westphal-Stiftung

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The foundation supports students of Zeppelin University during their academic stay abroad. Zeppelin University is a partner university of the Daniela und Jürgen Westphal-Stiftung.

"Behörden Spiegel-Master-Stipendium"

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The interfaces bridging state, politics, administration, and business are places of innovation and modernization. The "Behörden Spiegel-Master-Stipendium" supports future decision-makers who are willing to take on the responsibility to manage these interfaces.

"Cicero-Master-Stipendium"

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The "Cicero-Master-Stipendium" supports students who, when they hear "politics", do not only think of the right to vote and of parties, but also of the economic and cultural backgrounds of a political system, the boundaries between the public and the private spheres, and the management of public institutions. This is what Cicero and Zeppelin University stand for.

"Brand eins-Master-Stipendium"

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The "brand eins-Master-Stipendium" supports students of business studies who understand the term "business" not only to mean costs and capital markets, but who also think of the cultural and political embedding of entrepreneurial aspects into a medialized public.

"Hypovereinsbank-Projekt-Stipendium"

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In addition to a purely subject-specific study program, studying at Zeppelin University is mainly characterized by the possibility to gain practical experience in one´s own projects. Many students draft projects that have both a regional focus and deal with social issues: Examples in recent months have been the project in cooperation with Ashoka, which focused on promoting social commitment of high school students, the child care by students on Saturdays for parents who would like to go shopping together, or qualified homework tutoring for children with a migrant background.

Contact

Pfaller, Silke MA MBA
Head of Strategic Partnerships
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1141
Fax:+49 7541 6009-1199
Room:FAB 3 | 1.71