Malmö University will award up to 30 scholarships to talented Master’s students who start their studies in September 2016. Malmö University Master’s Scholarships cover 75 to 100 percent of the tuition fee for the student’s chosen programme. Students who are awarded a scholarship for a two – year programme will retain their scholarship for the second year provided that they complete at least 45 credits (i.e.75 percent) of their first year and meet requirements for continued studies.
|Courses||English-taught master’s programme|
|Eligible Countries||Open to all non-EU/EEA nationalities and non-Swiss|
|Provider||Government of Sweden|
|Deadline||15 Jan 2016|
|Covers||Covers 75 to 100% Tuition Fees|
|Taken at||Malmö University|
How to Apply:
Your scholarship application must consist of the following three parts:
Make sure to fill out all required fields. Try to focus your answers towards the questions rather than trying to squeeze in everything you would like us to know about you. After completing the form, print it, sign it, and scan it. The form should be submitted as a PDF document. If you cannot scan and send the document as a PDF, send the completed PDF without signing it together with a digital photo of the signed form.
Additional pages will not be considered. Although there is no interview in the selection process, you should be prepared to answer questions about the contents of your CV.
3.Copy of passport
They require a copy of the photo page of your passport in order to determine your nationality. Please make sure that the copy is legible to avoid unnecessary obstacles in your application process. The three required documents should be attached to an email and sent to email@example.com.
The selection of talented students will be based on previous academic results during their Bachelor’s studies,the motivation of the applicant as portrayed in the completed application form, and the applican’s CV. Academic results will count for 40percent of the assessment, while the motivation counts for 40percent, and the CV for 20percent.