The Universities project

The Universities project

Do you enjoy reading James Joyce or admire Stephen Hawking’s discoveries? Come study at the same school as they did. Attending an international university does not have to be an overly ambitious dream. For students who have talent but lack finances, The Kellner Family Foundation has created the Universities project. The project provides grants to the students of prestigious international and domestic universities.

Students in all fields of study are eligible for the project, and the principal criteria include excellent academic results and talent. The Foundation is also interested in how applicants spend their extracurricular time and what their future plans are. Last but not least, when choosing grantees, what they have been able to do for their communities also matters. Their volunteer work, such as working for charities, is therefore also assessed. Another criterion is the applicant’s socio-economic background.

Students receive support for the entire duration of their bachelor’s program as long as they meet the criteria set by the Foundation’s Board of Trustees. These criteria include excellent academic results and what they do outside school. For those who go back to children’s homes instead of their families for holidays, or live in an otherwise difficult social situation, the Foundation usually also provides grants throughout their master’s programs.

 
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