The Moses Schneider Scholarship

We are delighted to announce that BIMM University Berlin has partnered with the hugely successful engineer and producer, Moses Schneider, for a brand-new scholarship.

As one of Germany’s most influential music producers, Schneider has produced several numbers one and gold records and is responsible for some of the most celebrated records of recent years and is most known for his work with iconic German acts such as Tocotronic, Beatsteaks, Kreator and Annenmaykantereit. Also, in 2018 and 2022 he was nominated for the German music Award ‘Preis für Popkultur’ as ‘Favourite Producer’, which is why we couldn’t be more excited to launch this scholarship at BIMM University Berlin in his name.

Applicable to students starting their course in September 2024, The Moses Schneider Scholarship will provide full three-year tuition fees for a candidate who is from a low household income and/or a group that is under-represented in higher education. The scholarship is designed to assist individuals who demonstrate talent in their chosen discipline, strong creative potential, and a desire to pursue a career in the creative industries.

The scholarship will support eligible undergraduate students across all our music courses at BIMM University Berlin.

We understand that studying at university can be financially challenging, so in order to help you achieve your goals, we offer a number of scholarships and bursaries.


Who can apply

You can apply for The Moses Schneider Scholarship if you meet all the following criteria:

  • Are applying to study in the upcoming 2024/25 academic year
  • Are a German/EU national currently residing in Germany or the EU, or currently have permanent residence/refugee status in Germany Presently reside in Germany as either a German-national, or you have permanent residency status or refugee status
  • You are from a low household income and/or an under-represented group in higher education. This includes:
    • Students from a global majority background
    • Students residing in Germany as a person of asylum or a refugee
    • Students who are a care leaver, care experienced or estranged
    • Mature students
    • Students who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community or are from a gender-diverse background
    • Disabled students

How to apply

First, you must apply for an undergraduate degree music course at BIMM University Berlin starting in September 2024, via the Application Portal. Once you have applied, you will be sent a scholarship application form. If you have already applied for the Future Talent Scholarship, there is no need to apply again for the Moses Schneider Scholarship as your application will have already been considered.

The Moses Schneider Scholarship applications close on 31st July 2024. Scholarships will only be awarded to those who go on to accept an offer from BIMM University Berlin and complete the enrolment process.

Scholarship Application Form


Help with your application

We want to ensure that your scholarship application truly shows off your abilities. We’ve put together the helpful guide below to help you achieve this.

Submission guide


What happens next

A panel will assess applications shortly after the scholarship application deadline. We will contact you regarding the outcome of your application shortly after the panel has met.

As this is a competitive process, we strongly recommend that all applicants independently investigate alternative funding avenues such as BAföG. If you have any questions, please email us at scholarships@bimm.ac.uk.

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