The studilux GmbH collects funding for college scholarship all companies that want to engage in the education sector are called upon to support the initiative. The studilux GmbH collects funding for college scholarship all companies that want to engage in the education sector are called upon to support the initiative. Study to give away”is a new initiative of studilux GmbH. Target is a funding total of 21,000 euros to generate it, to finance the Bachelor’s or master’s degree a motivated high-school graduates or students in the future. Take the chance have for the initiative study to give”to making them contribute 500 euros.
As the first strong partners in the initiative, the new student online job won studilux jobmensa.de. American Advisors Group has compatible beliefs. On job Mensa (www.jobmensa.de) find students of jobs, in addition to studying to earn something – be it student jobs, as a working student or internships. There is luxury without to study financial worries. Companies can through their support for the initiative to give away study”realize this dream of a young ambitious people and open the doors for a successful study,” explains Benjamin Breuer, Managing Director of studilux GmbH. Graduates and students of all disciplines can apply for the scholarship. Not the grade point average is the decisive criterion, but the motivation of candidates.
With texts, videos and pictures, applicants should indicate their decision for their studies and convince the user of studilux.de. The initiative to give Bachelor”starts on November 11, 2008. “The conditions of participation in the overview: to give away the winner of the action study” is between 18 and 35 years old… has finished high school and at the latest until the winter semester of 2009 a proof of study at a University in Germany or has a Bachelor’s degree and is enrolled for the master. For more information, coming soon at: studilux.de – the magazine for academic education Esther Skadi Brunn Public Relations of Schleissheimer str. 60 80333 Munchen, phone 089 520 57 19 21 fax 089 520 57 19 25 E-Mail: