In Country / In-Region Scholarship Programme

Call for Scholarship Applications 2021 at
Institut Teknologi Bandung
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science


Funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Coorperation and Development (BMZ)

The programme aims at fostering strong, internationally oriented higher education systems in South East Asia with the capacity to contribute to sustainable development. To this end, scholarships are granted for development-related Master or doctoral studies for individuals who plan to pursue a career in teaching and / or research at a higher education institution in South East Asia.


  • From 2 to 27 February 2021

    ITB application at


  • 1 March 2021

    ITB online selection

    [Master’s Program in Mathematics] Written only

    [Master’s Program in Actuarial Science] Written and Interview
    [Doctoral Program] Written and Interview (when needed)

    For more information, click here.



  • 8 March 2021

    Announcement of shortlisted candidates


  • From 9 to 16 March 2021

    DAAD application at DAAD-Portal

    (link will be provided for shortlisted candidates)


Application Requirements


  • have successfully completed generally a three-year university undergraduate degree (Master candidates) or a five-year university graduate degree (doctoral candidates) with above average results (upper third of class)
  • clearly show motivation and strong commitment
  • have thorough knowledge of English language (IELTS 6.0 or above)
  • have completed their last university degree not more than 6 years ago at
    the time of application
  • must be nationals of a one of the following countries: Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, East Timor, Thailand and Vietnam

Female applicants and candidates from less privileged regions or groups are especially encouraged to participate in the programme.


Scholarships are initially granted for one year and can be extended to a maximum of the regular period of study upon receipt of an application for extension. Scholars must demonstrate satisfactory progress before an extension is granted.