The promotion of young talents is an investment for the future and enhances the networking between the regional economy and the universities.
The promotion of young talents is an investment for the future and enhances the networking between the regional economy and the universities. That is why we will continue to support three computer science students at the Technical University of Darmstadt in the course of the Germany Scholarship (“Deutschlandstipendium”) in 2018. The Bachelor and Master students each receive 300 euro per month - half from the federal government and the other half from PASS. In addition, we give them the opportunity to get a whiff of our company and taking advantage of our academy's training opportunities.
Jihao Andreas Lin is one of our scholarship holders for the second time. Last year, he introduced himself in our career blog (German). He talks about his motivation and his plans for the future.
The Deutschlandstipendium is an income-independent support program that supports high-performing and socially engaged young talents in their careers. Students can apply for a scholarship through their university.