Form of Scholarship : partial scholarship on tuition fee or accommodation
Hello Youth Leader! It’s good news for you from University of Gothenburg. The Admissions Office at the University of Gothenburg administers announces four scholarships intended for fee-paying applicants, who have applied in the first admission round via university admissions.se for one or several two-year Master’s Programmes with entry autumn semester 2017. The scholarship are:
- The University of Gothenburg Study Scholarship, which is funded by the Swedish Council for Higher Education, and covers the complete tuition fee for a study programme at the University of Gothenburg.
- A scholarship funded by Adlerbert Foundations, which contributes to accommodation expenses for all the applicants who have been granted the University of Gothenburg Study Scholarship.
- A scholarship funded by Adlerbert Foundations, which covers the complete tuition fee for a study programme at the University of Gothenburg and contributes to accommodation expenses.
- A scholarship funded by Adlerbert Foundations, which is specifically intended for applicants who are citizens of an annual prioritized country from the OECD/DAC list, that and covers the complete tuition fee for a study programme at the University of Gothenburg and contributes to living and accommodation expenses.
How to apply:
- You can apply for one, several or all scholarships.
- Applying for more than one scholarship will not decrease your chances of being granted a scholarship.
- Please note that it is only citizens in a country on the OECD/DAC list that are eligible for the fourth scholarship option.
- Scholarship applicants that hold a Syrian citizenship will be prioritized in the scholarship selection process 2017.
- Scholarship application form
- Copy of valid passport.
- CV, with an overview of academic records and experiences of organizational and/or professional life.
- Letter of motivation, with focus on academic achievements and academic and organizational and/or professional aims and ambitions (approximately 500 words).
1 February 2017