Hirschmann Scholarships for University of Applied Sciences Students
Promising students who are not only committed and hard-working in their field of studies, but who are also willing to take on further responsibilities beyond their scholastic and non-scholastic duties are eligible to enter the scholarship program.
Prerequisite for holding a scholarship is the recommendation by two professors of a Swiss university of applied sciences. A one-year-scholarship grant must not exceed the amount of CHF 10,000.
Students who have successfully completed their Bachelor’s degree and are about to start their Master’s program are eligible to apply for a scholarship. Approximately 25 to 30 scholarships are awarded every year.
PARTNERThe project partner of the Hirschmann Foundation is swissuniversities, chamber of universities of applied sciences.The engagement of the Foundation is around CHF 300,000 per year.
Applications are to be submitted to Hochschule Luzern, Hochschuldienste, Hirschmann-Stipendium, Postfach 2969, 6002 Luzern.
2020 - 2021 in cooperation with >Swiss Centre of Expertise in Human Rights (SCHR), Bern and University of Zurich
2008 - 2020 in cooperation with Swissuniversities Chamber of universities of applied sciences
2018 - 2022 in cooperation with EMPA/EAWAG and Pädagogische Hochschule Luzern
2008 - 2020 in cooperation with Verein Integration in Aktion
2012 - 2020 in cooperation with Swiss Youth Music Contest Foundation, Zurich
2018 - 2020 in cooperation with Ana Aqra Association, Luminos Fonds und UBS Optimus Foundation
2013 - 2020 in cooperation with Verein Lernwerk
2017 - 2019 in cooperation with LU Couture Luzern
2018 - 2020 in cooperation with Swisscontact
2017 - 2019 in cooperation with Swiss Centre of Expertise in Human Rights (SCHR), Univesity Bern
2014 - 2021 in cooperation with KOF Swiss Economic Institute, ETH Zürich
2014 - 2020 in cooperation with Gehirn- und Trauma-Foundation Chur and University Hospital Zürich
2016 - 2018 in cooperation with Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and novatlantis
of the Hirschmann Foundation