University of Bonn offers eight intensive German language course scholarships for NeurotechEU students

NeurotechEU, the European University of Brain and Technology, is pleased to announce that for the fourth time we will be awarding 8 scholarships to NeurotechEU-students from our partner universities for the Intensive German language course in March 2024 at the University of Bonn.

Students from NeurotechEU’s partner universities can apply for the call:

Radboud University, Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche, Karolinska Institutet, University of Bonn, Bogazici University, University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Cluj, University of Lille, and Reykjavik University. 


The maximum scholarship amount is 1.300 € (depending on the country of origin). It can be used to cover travel expenses as well as subsistence costs. The course fee is already covered.


Dates:                                  March 06th – 28th 2024

Course schedule:               9:00 am – 12.15 pm

No. of contact hours:       56 units (1 unit = 45 min class session)

Levels:                                 All levels! mandatory online placement test


There will be a recreational programme for the course participants as well as an event related to neuroscience.


Further information about the language course: Intensive German Course Before Starting the Semester — University of Bonn (

Candidates are required to submit their applications by the 17th of December, 2023.

If you want to apply, please send the following documents by email to Mrs. Uta Brus (

  • official Transcript of Records (list of grades and ECTS)
  • Curriculum Vitae (in English or in German)
  • copy of the ID card
  • short statement: “How I got to know NeurotechEU” (approx. 250 words)


Do not want to apply for this course, but want to be involved in the student community of NeurotechEU? Get in contact with our team via!

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