6-month Scholarships to Germany for the Best Students

VGU grants scholarships for 6 months of study in Germany for up to 15% of the best students in every study program. This scholarship is usually granted for the last semester when the students write the graduation thesis.  

Master Thesis in Germany

Master students at VGU have many opportunities to win a scholarship to do the Master thesis in Germany. Opportunities of this kind come either in the form of 

  • sponsors from a partner company in Germany for VGU students to do a thesis project at the company or
  • scholarships from VGU's partner universities for students to join a thesis project at the partner university.

Over the recent years, many VGU master students have seized these opportunities and gained valuable study and work experience in Germany. 
 

Vo Thanh, MSST Master student, wrote his master’s thesis at the lab of Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Dorschner, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences in German and Cao Dinh Dien wrote his master’s thesis at the headquarters of Pepperl+Fuchs in Mannheim/Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, with full costs support by the company.

3 students in the group MSST2013 (Mr. Ha Thuy Tu, Mr. Truong Cong Hiep, Mr. Mai Hong Son) get DAAD scholarships for last academic year in University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe-Germany. Prof. Dr. Christian Langen is the supervisor for these students in Karlsruhe.

Work in Germany with a German Degree granted at VGU

Germany is looking for qualified engineers to meet the needs of its labor market. "Make it in Germany" is a program run by the Federal Ministry for Economics Affairs and Energy of Germany to help professionals find appropriate ways to work in Germany. For professionals or fresh graduates, a degree from Germany gives them a big advantage in the application. 

For more information, visit this official website

Ph.D Scholarships to Germany

Excellent Master students at VGU have plenty of opportunities for a Ph.D study in Germany by scholarships granted by German partner universities, the German Academic Exchange Service or the 911 Program of the Vietnamese government.
 


Nguyen Lu Trong Khiem, a recent graduate in Computational Engineering, has received a 3-year research grant for young academics and scientists. Khiem is now pursueing a Ph.D degree at Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany.


As the best student in 2009 Computational Enginering cohort, Binh Duong Nguyen was invited to conduct Ph.D studies at a research project in Germany funded by the German Research Foundation.