Umeå University Masters Scholarships for International Students 2017/2018
Umeå University offers different scholarships to talented and high-achieving students from outside the EU/EEA.
Application Deadline: 16th January 2017
Eligible Countries: International
To be taken at (country): Sweden
About the Award: The Swedish Migration Agency requires that students show that they can cover living expenses of SEK 7,974 per month in order to obtain a residence permit. Those who intend to study for one year or more must show that they can support themselves for 10 months per year. The following scholarships are administered by Umeå University:
- Umeå University Scholarship
This is a general scholarship programme offered by Umeå University. Open for students admitted to one of the Master’s study programmes offered.
- Erling-Persson Scholarship
For talented students admitted to Master’s in Public Health study programmes at Umeå University.
- Umeå School of Business and Economics (USBE) Scholarship
For talented students who are admitted to one of the 6 Master’s level programmes offered by the Umeå School of Business and Economics.
- Umeå Institute of Design (UID) Scholarship
For talented students who are admitted to UID study programmes.
Eligibility: Umeå welcomes you to apply for scholarship if you have:
- completed your application for studies at UniversityAdmissions.se before the application deadline (16 January 2017)
- a Umeå University programme as priority 1
Selection Criteria: A committee appointed by the Vice-Chancellor is tasked with selecting candidates for scholarships. The selections are based entirely on the applicant’s academic merit.
Number of Awardees: Not specified
Value of Scholarship: Selected candidates receive a full or partial waiver of the tuition fee.
Duration of Scholarship: Duration of programme
How to Apply: Online Application Form
Award Provider: Umeå University
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