Travel Grants

The Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe believes that European diversity can best be understood by experiencing it. Our travel grants seek to enable young Europeans to explore and discover their continent, while tackling current political or social questions. By travelling, grantees becomes ambassadors for a united Europe.

The winners of the travel grants have now been notified. Thank you again for all your applications! We are already looking forward to next years call for application.

Note: We ask you to refrain from requests about travel expenses for conferences or similar plans.

Travel Grants 2019

This year, the Schwarzkopf Foundation, in cooperation with Deutsche Bahn (DB), the Federal Association of German Employers’ Associations (BDA) and the Kreuzberg Children’s Foundation, will be awarding a total of 60 young people from 11 European countries. The travel grantees independently carry out research trips lasting between 2-6 weeks, and this year they focus on topics such as “What connects Europe?”, “Cross-border work and digitization” and “Rolemodels for Europe in Greece”.

Travel Reports 2018

Travel Reports 2017

Travel Reports 2016

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