The Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Studienwerk offers the ELES-Scholarship (Ernst-Ludwig-Ehrlich-Studienwerk) to students registered at a higher education institution in Germany, the European Union or Switzerland.
This scholarship is open to students having attained an above-average academic performance in their current degree studies; they must be at least five semesters far from competing their degree according to the standard study plan. Candidates are required to show a demonstrable commitment to their social milieu (Jewish communities or other youth, student or social organizations) as well as to the founding principles of the Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Studienwerk. Applications must be accompanied by a letter of motivation from the candidate and a letter of reference from a representative of a Jewish institution. Applicants must be citizens of the European Union or Switzerland.