Friderike Zweig Grant – Top-up to support disadvantaged groups to study abroad inclusively
Type of grant:
Paris Lodron University Salzburg now offers additional funding in the form of top ups for students with fewer opportunities. Specifically, the following target groups are included:
- Students with child(ren).
Students with child(ren) can also complete stays abroad as part of their studies through university partnerships or the ISEP program.
In addition to the traditional grants, they can apply for a mobility grant from University of Salzburg (PLUS) funds, the amount of which depends on the country and can be obtained from the International Relations Office.
- Students caring for relatives
Students who receive care allowance for the care of relatives, who are on care leave or who are the adult representative of a person or have a power of attorney for health care can apply for an additional foreign allowance.
- Students with (among other things, psychosocial) disabilities or chronic illnesses.
The University of Salzburg (PLUS) is guided by the social or human rights model of disability. Students with disabilities can apply for financial assistance to cover additional costs incurred by their stay abroad.
Documents to apply for the grant:
2. official confirmations such as the disability passport, but also specialist medical/therapeutic/expert/professional confirmations are considered as proof. Confirmations from general practitioners cannot be accepted.
The assessment of the documents is carried out in cooperation with the Family, Gender, Disability & Diversity Department (FGDD).
International Relations Department, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 2nd Floor, 5020 Salzburg
- 15th November
- 1st February
- 1st April
- 1st June
We will happily provide you with more information – please contact:
Dott.ssa Elona Memisha-Schnappinger
Coordinator for Incoming and Outgoing Mobilities worldwide
International Relations Department
Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 2. Stock
A – 5020 Salzburg
Web: University of Salzburg Grant Programs