The Deutschlandstipendium is one of the scholarships in Germany for Indian students
In this, a private entity and the German government pledge to share the burden of each individual student equally
And it’s the discretion of a university administration to select the scholarship holders
To be eligible for the GREAT scholarships India, you must:
-be a citizen of India.
-have an undergraduate degree that will enable you to enter a postgraduate (taught) program in a UK university.
-be motivated and academically able to follow a UK postgraduate course
-active in the field with work experience or proven interest in the subject area.
-meet the English language requirement of the UK university.
Be an Indian citizen
Have completed Graduation from recognized Indian university/institute
Have consistently high academic record
Have been accepted into the top ranking educational institutions to pursue postgraduate studies from Fall 2020
Be below 30 years of age as on January 31, 2020
Not studying in or working in the respective country
Currently undergoing the admission process or already admitted to one of the universities from OTS participants
Meet the special requirements required by the registered Orange Tulip Scholarship scheme
Holds a Bachelor’s degree
Has completed an academic degree with far above average results
Ideally at least 2 years of related professional experience
To study German courses: Minimum German language level of B1 at the time of application is a requirement
To study English courses: IELTS or TOEFL certificate
Check this link for more scholarships
You want to pursue a full-time bachelor’s or a master’s degree abroad
The term you’re planning to start your education in is Fall 2021
You want to study in the United States, Canada, the UK, Germany, Ireland, Australia, Switzerland, New Zealand, Singapore, or the Netherlands
The scholarship, however, is not for students looking to pursue a medical degree. Apart from that, anyone (even a working professional) is eligible to apply for the scholarship!
This is from the scholarship webpage itself -
"Both the district or club in the country where the activity is carried out and the international partner district or club must first become qualified before applying for a global grant."
Read more about it here