‘Young Industry Leaders’ Scholarship

The Master-in-Energy MBA Programs at Technische Universität Berlin have received generous funding from Schneider Electric.

Schneider Electric hopes thus to support young talents with further leadership potential in order to prepare them for a key role in the field of digital transformation of energy management and automation.

The available scholarships will be awarded to applicants admitted to one of the following programs:

The scholarships are combined with an internship, which provides students with the chance to build up a professional network already during their studies and to directly apply and use strategic and management skills gained in their respective MBA program.

Award: Full scholarship (100% of the tuition fees) and an internship with Schneider Electric

Number of scholarships available: 3

Selection criteria and eligibility:

  • successfully completed selection process for one of the above mentioned MBA programs
  • at least 1 year of relevant, postgraduate work experience
  • excellent academic background in a technical field (electrical engineering, energy engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, building technology or similar)
  • likely personal contribution to the program and financial need
  • willingness to learn German and to work in Germany after graduation
  • intellectual and analytical curiosity, a focus on community and the will to create a true impact on the sustainability of our planet

Required application materials:

  • completed application for Energy Master Programs at TU Berlin
  • scholarship essay demonstrating motivation for applying for the scholarship (max. 2 pages)

Foreign and German applicants are equally welcome. Among identically qualified candidates, female applicants will be favoured.

Schneider Electric is a global specialist for energy management and automation. The company’s mission is to make life safe, reliable, efficient, sustainable and connected.

If you want to learn more about Schneider Electric, visit the company’s website and take a look at the German Blog.