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SECAI Scholarships for AI Master Students at TU Dresden or Leipzig University in Germany.

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SECAI Scholarships were established to assist deserving students wanting to attend Leipzig University or TU Dresden to study AI or a related subject. Artificial intelligence (AI) requires expertise in natural sciences, computer science, engineering, mathematics, social science, law, and application domains such as medicine. The scholarships cover living expenses in Germany, allowing students to focus on their studies, start careers in research, and expand their professional networks.

Academic success is the primary qualification for the fellowship, but it also seeks to encourage diversity and globalisation in artificial intelligence courses. They strongly encourage women in STEM careers to apply. Individual cases are considered, such as when students are escaping violence or experience ongoing persecution or disadvantages in their home countries.

Summary

  • Location: Germany
  • Host Universities: Technical University of Dresden (TUD) or Leipzig University
  • Organiser: School of Embedded Composite Artificial Intelligence (SECAI)
  • Scholarship Duration: For the remaining duration of the recipient’s studies
  • First Round Deadline: May 19, 2024
  • Second Round Deadline: June 30, 2024

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Benefits

  • By participating in the SECAI Scholarships, participants will receive a monthly grant consisting of a monthly allowance of EUR 934. Applicants should declare any extra income, and the scholarship may be reduced by the amount of gross income exceeding EUR 520. Foreign students may also receive a monthly family allowance.

Eligibility Criteria

Students can apply for this scholarship if they meet all of the following criteria:

  • Current or future master’s students at TU Dresden or Leipzig University.
  • Students can apply for the scholarship simultaneously with two separate applications.
  • The content of student studies should be relevant to SECAI’s research topics in the following programs:
  1. Sc. Computational Modelling and Simulation in the “AI Engineering”, “Logical Modelling”, and “Computational Life Science” courses at TUD.
  2. Sc. Data Science at UL.
  3. Sc. Nanoelectronics Systems at TUD.
  4. Sc. Bioinformatics (bioinformatik at UL).
  5. Sc. Medical Informatics (Medicininformatik at UL).
  • Additionally, students of other programmes can also apply with a specialisation in an AI-related topic. Relevant study programmes include the followings:
    1. Sc. or Diploma programs in Computer Science Master of Laws with a concentration on legal aspects of artificial intelligence
    2. A. researches the human and societal aspects of AI at TUD and UL.
    3. Sc. studies in psychology with a focus on socio-technical systems and human-machine interactions.
  • Applicants should have an above-average academic record, with a GPA of 1.7 or higher after converting to the German grading system. Exceptions may be made in the event of difficult personal circumstances.
  • Students in the German Diploma programme are considered master level if they have finished the first two years of study (Grundstudium).

Required Documents

Applications must include the following information and supporting documents:

  • Motivation letter that includes the applicant’s thematic relationship to SECAI and AI in their intended or existing studies at TU Dresden or Leipzig University.
  • Updated CV
  • Bachelor’s certificate, transcripts, and other credentials, where applicable.
  • Declare any other sources of income, such as scholarships.
  • Admissions application reference number and date of submission If the applicants sought for admission to a Master’s course concurrently,.

Note: Please note that incomplete applications are not acceptable.

How to Apply

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