Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Accounting & Finance Fellows

Fellowship Program Accounting & Finance Fellows

For a German version click here.

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The fellowship program „Accounting & Finance Fellows“ is aimed at dedicated students with a special interest in the areas of Accounting, Finance, and/or Taxation. The program's objective is to enable students to gain insights into science and business early in their academic careers. To achieve this, events and workshops covering practical topics as well as scientific methodologies are sponsored by industries' leading companies.

The program is aimed at Bachelor students from the second semester onwards, as well as Master students beginning their studies. Support is usually granted for at least one year, ideally two years. Conditions for continuing support are regular active participation at program events and continuing good academic achievements.

 

Benefits

Participants will be supported ideationally during the complete program. In particular, the program offers the following aspects:

  • Access to exclusive events and workshops organized by participating sponsors and institutes
  • Valuable business contacts
  • Meeting professors, scientific employees and student employees
  • Networking opportunities with other enrolled students

Accepted students also receive a certificate after finishing the program.

 

Program Events

In every semester, accepted students will be offered the following program:

  1. Two workshops in cooperation with our noted partners
  2. Social Events with other enrolled students, professors and institute employees to encourage exchange

You can find an overview of upcoming and past events here.

 

Apply now for summer 2022!

Interested in becoming an Accounting & Finance Fellow? Apply by 30th April 2022 here. Please have the following documents ready:

  • Letter of motivation
  • CV (table form)
  • Transcript of current records
  • Bachelor's degree certificate (for master's students)

Please note that the majority of events will be held in German. Thus, a working knowledge of the German language is a prerequisite.