Together with TU Graz, the Remus-Sebring Group will award the fully funded scholarship to talented and motivated women in the field of mechanical engineering. Available for both Bachelor’s as well as Master’s degree, the Remus-Sebring Group will award five such scholarships, each for a period of two years.
With over 750 employees, the Remus-Sebring corporate group produces exhaust systems for the global market. The corporate group is a development partner and original equipment supplier for the international automotive industry and is also a firmly established member of the car tuning industry.
Moreover, the scholarship is available for the following degrees at TU Graz:
Among the five beneficiaries of the fully funded women Scholarships in Mechanical Engineering, the judging panel will select three students from Bachelor’s degree and two students from the Master’s degree. Moreover, the fully funded scholarship provides financial support for a maximum of 24 months.
For a bachelor’s degree, the successful student will receive a monthly stipend of 500 €. Further, after showing the appropriate proof of achievement, the student will receive a total of 12,000 €. For master’s students, the monthly stipend is 900 €, while they will receive a total of 21,600 €.
Furthermore, the students will have an opportunity to take a paid internship position at the Remus-Sebring Group. The internship lasts for 2 months during the two-year period. Further integration into the REMUS-SEBRING Group’s activities is possible.
Provided in collaboration with the Graz University of Technology, Remus-Sebring Women In Mechanical Engineering is a competitive fully funded scholarship. Hence, candidates must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the scholarship.
To apply for the fully funded Remus-Sebring Women In Mechanical Engineering Scholarship, candidates must at first meet the eligibility requirements. Moreover, it is imperative that the candidates should receive a conditional/unconditional offer letter from TU Graz. Only then, the student can apply for the scholarship.
Applicants studying “Mechanical Engineering” or “Mechanical Engineering Business Economics” must submit their application n their application papers in German. While applicants studying “Production, Science and Management” must submit their application in English.
Moreover, the application for the scholarship comprises:
Remus-Sebring Groups will accept the application for the fully funded Women in Mechanical Engineering Scholarship until 31 October 2019. Applications arriving after the deadline are invalid.