Award

Hans-Werner-Osthoff-Award

The Hans-Werner-Osthoff-Award is dedicated to the best graduates of the year at both departments of the Europa-Institut at Saarland University.

The Prof. Dr. Osthoff Foundation was established on 7 December 1990 as a special fund of Saarland University and supports outstanding young scientists of the Europa-lnstitut by awarding the Hans-Werner Osthoff Prize.

The Foundation also supports special research projects.
The Advisory Board decides on all matters concerning the Foundation.
The Advisory Board is made up of the following members:

Villa Lessing Prize

The Villa Lessing Prize is dedicated to students from both departments of the Europa-Institut at Saarland University whose master thesis deals with the development of economics and law in Europe.

The Villa Lessing – Liberal Foundation Saar is the Liberal Foundation of the Saarland. The aim of the foundation is the promotion of democratic and civil education, the promotion of science, research and culture on a liberal basis, as well as the furthering of international communication and European unification. Residence of the foundation is the Villa Lessing in Saarbrücken.

For application for the “European Prize of the Villa Lessing”, the master thesis should deal with the strengthening of the liberty and competition in Europe, European integration on a liberal basis, the strengthening of the European civil society and the position of the citizen during the European unification.

The up to four awards have a value of 1.500 Euro respectively.

Students of the EIABM have the chance to apply for the Hans-Werner Osthoff Award and the Villa Lessing Prize.

Hans-Werner-Osthoff-Award

The Hans-Werner-Osthoff-Award is dedicated to the best graduates of the year at both departments of the Europa-Institut at Saarland University.

The Prof. Dr. Osthoff Foundation was established on 7 December 1990 as a special fund of Saarland University and supports outstanding young scientists of the Europa-lnstitut by awarding the Hans-Werner Osthoff Prize.

The Foundation also supports special research projects.
The Advisory Board decides on all matters concerning the Foundation.
The Advisory Board is made up of the following members:

Villa Lessing Prize

The Villa Lessing Prize is dedicated to students from both departments of the Europa-Institut at Saarland University whose master thesis deals with the development of economics and law in Europe.

The Villa Lessing – Liberal Foundation Saar is the Liberal Foundation of the Saarland. The aim of the foundation is the promotion of democratic and civil education, the promotion of science, research and culture on a liberal basis, as well as the furthering of international communication and European unification. Residence of the foundation is the Villa Lessing in Saarbrücken.

For application for the “European Prize of the Villa Lessing”, the master thesis should deal with the strengthening of the liberty and competition in Europe, European integration on a liberal basis, the strengthening of the European civil society and the position of the citizen during the European unification.

The up to four awards have a value of 1.500 Euro respectively.

Students of the EIABM have the chance to apply for the Hans-Werner Osthoff Award and the Villa Lessing Prize.