Candidates for funding from the Hilde Domin Programme have to be nominated by an authorized institution (e.g. a university). The DAAD invites candidates who have been successfully nominated to submit an application. It is not possible to apply for the program directly.
The program addresses students (bachelor's and master's) and doctoral candidates as well as prospective students and doctoral candidates who are demonstrably at risk. The scholarship cannot be used to fund a double degree (e.g. a second bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree).
Candidates have to fulfill the following requirements:
You can find all details about the Hilde Domin Programme on the DAAD program website.
In order to receive a scholarship through the Hilde Domin Programme, you must be nominated by a university.
TU Berlin's officer for refugee affairs is responsible for nominating candidates to the DAAD. TU Berlin academic chairs and staff submit preliminary nominations to the officer for refugee affairs.
The deadline for nominations for a planned start of studies in summer semester 2025 is 15th March, 2024. Details are available at the DAAD's website.
If you fulfill the nomination requirements, please first contact your academic chair at TU Berlin.
If you have general questions about the application or are unsure who to contact in the academic chair, please get in touch with us during our office hours or by email.
Please note, that TU Berlin can hand in nominations for the Hilde Domin Programme but is not involved in the selection of scholarship holders. If you have questions regarding the application and selection process please contact the DAAD.
Please also note that you will have to apply for your desired study program at TU Berlin separately.
Please complete the nomination questionnaire and send this to the TU Berlin officer for refugee affairs. We will review the nomination and forward it to the DAAD.
If you have questions about the program or nominating candidates, please send us an email.
Please note that our primary role is to formally support your nomination. The faculties and academic chairs are generally responsible for assessing a candidate's suitability and contacting them.