Making talented individuals fit for the future by being a donor
The Deutschlandstipendium makes it very easy to support brilliant minds
Passion, courage and vision. These are qualities that define our best students. And a promising mix emerges at TU Darmstadt: 50% of our students are enrolled in engineering, 35% in natural sciences and 15% in humanities, social sciences and economics. At the boundaries of these subject areas, progress and innovation develop.
Whether the donors are companies, private individuals, benefactors or former members of the university, they are all united by one goal with the Deutschlandstipendium – they want to make young talents fit for the future.
Would you like to get involved as a donor?
Please get in touch with us. We would be happy to discuss this with you and advise you without any obligation:
Mareile Vogler: 06151 16 27591; firstname.lastname@example.org-…
Maren Hofmann: 06151 27595; email@example.com-…
Our account for donations:
Stadt- und Kreissparkasse Darmstadt
IBAN: DE83 5085 0150 0000 7643 70
Please be sure to state the following:
300 360 (cost centre)
563 00 761 (project number)
secure their competitiveness by investing in the education of highly qualified future employees at TU Darmstadt. Here they can get involved through the Deutschlandstipendium or a corporate scholarship. In the formative phase of university studies, companies become partners to and supporters of our students. At the same time, they set a positive example for the future of the region and Germany as a business location.
Private donors, friends and former members of TU Darmstadt
through their involvement are able to give back to current TU students something of the support that they themselves received. The well-being of the next generation is particularly important to them and they want to be active in helping to shape the world of tomorrow.
sustainably support the field of education, thus supporting the most important resource in our country, through the Deutschlandstipendium. In this way, they aid the younger generation, who, besides excellent academic achievements, want to intentionally assume responsibility for our society.