Hellmuth-Müller-Clemm-Foundation

The mission of the Hellmuth-Müller-Clemm-Foundation is the promotion and continuation of the education of graduates of the Technical University of Darmstadt, the Dresden University of Technology and the Munich University of Applied Sciences, applicable for the departments concerning pulp and paper.

In this way, the aforementioned graduates are to be given the opportunity to deepen their vocational training by means of a stay of at least two months in companies and/or research facilities at home and abroad by a one-time grant. In special cases the stay may also be shorter, provided that the useful effect concerning the continuation of the training is guaranteed. This also includes scientific conferences.

Proposals for eligibility are to be submitted to the Foundation's head office, together with the presentation of certificates, justifications and endorsements. The decision on the submitted proposals and the amount of the grant will be made by the Foundation Board. The intended grant may be given out to several applicats in case of approximate comparable qualifications and achievements.

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Dr. Adolf Scheufelen Foundation

The mission of the Dr. Adolf Scheufelen Foundation is to grant scholarships to German students of pulp and paper technology and chemistry at the Technische Universität Darmstadt.

The purpose of the scholarships is to give the opportunity to those concerned to continue their education abroad and broaden their mind. Prerequisite are indigence, eligibility for support and competence. The beneficiaries are obliged to provide the Technical University Darmstadt and the ZELLCHEMING association with a detailed written account of their journey.

Proposals for eligibility are to be submitted to the Foundation's head office, together with the presentation of certificates, justifications and endorsements. The decision on the submitted proposals and the amount of the grant will be made by the Foundation Board.

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