We are committed


Marc-Philipp Unger, Head of Target Group Management and Vice-President Corporate University at MLP:

"MLP supports young talents throughout Germany, for example with support programmes for students and doctoral candidates in MINT subjects. In Karlsruhe, we are continuing to expand our commitment to universities, for example through cooperation with the KIT and the Studierendenwerk Karlsruhe."


Stefan Quandt, Alumnus of the Faculty of Industrial Engineering: 

"Educational equality is one of the important social issues of our time, and the availability of highly trained natural scientists and engineers is crucial for the future of Germany as an industrial centre. The Deutschlandstipendium at KIT addresses both problems. The scholarship, which is jointly financed by private donors and the federal government, specifically supports first-year students in need and encourages them to achieve top performances with a sense of social responsibility. Therefore, I support the German scholarship at KIT with great conviction."

Margret Suckale, Member of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF SE:

"In addition to financial support, we also offer our 100 scholarship holders practical training to accompany their studies. These include international discussion events and workshops as well as internships in Germany and abroad."

Dr. Karl-Heinz Schrödl, Director Corporate Center Associates of Robert Bosch GmbH:

"For many years now, we have been supporting talented students through our Bosch scholarship program. We are continuing to expand our support for young talent with the Deutschlandstipendium and would like to inspire young talents to work in our company. In addition to financial support, we offer our scholarship holders personal mentoring and practical training during their studies."

Susanne Kunschert, managing partner, Pilz GmbH & Co. KG:

"Enthusiasm, creativity and the courage to take unconventional paths in technology characterize our young engineers. It is a main concern for us to 
early support creative and bright minds. We want our qualified junior staff to have the chance to transform their talents into promising ideas for the future."

Dr. Rolf Bartke, Alumnus of the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management:

"In order to ensure Germany's competitiveness, not only should the educational opportunities of all social groups be improved, but top academic performance should also be encouraged by supporting particularly talented and high-performing students. That is why I decided to donate to the Deutschlandstipendium Programme".