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Series: studying with a scholarship

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"I would like to become a volcanologist." Hannah Völkel's goal is ambitious, but thanks to her Deutschlandstipendium (Germany Scholarship) she can work towards it with a certain calm confidence.

Kitesurfer on the Baltic Sea in sunny weather

The 28-year-old kite surfer Leonie Meyer is European Vice Champion, has passed her second state examination in medicine at Kiel University, and gave birth to a son in May 2021. And she's still pursuing some major goals.

Scholarship Holder Adina Krauß

Committed, open, versatile – and always looking for the next opportunity. This is how Adina Krauß is as a person and a student. She thanks the Deutschlandstipendium for this.

Wilken Boie in a laboratory

In his doctoral thesis, agricultural scientist Wilken Boie is researching the prevalence of certain species of fungus in arable soils and the potential for improving the soil microbiome in the interest of plant health.

Osivue Michael Lucky

A dream, perseverance and a tip from a good friend have brought Osivue Michael Lucky from Nigeria to study in Kiel. His goal is to become an expert in financial and economic analyses.

EKSH doctoral degree scholarship recipient Yafei Guo

Yafei Guo came from China to Kiel, to conduct research into more environmentally friendly agriculture – and fell in love with the cool north. A doctoral degree scholarship from the Gesellschaft für Energie und Klimaschutz Schleswig-Holstein GmbH now gives him the necessary leeway for his ambitious dissertation project

Sandy Ohm

With a clear goal in mind, Sandy Ohm added her Abitur to a vocational training and began studying medicine. The Deutschlandstipendium scholarship provides her with the freedom to concentrate fully on her degree.