Scholarship in Norway is a well-known popular choice scholarship for international studies. It has the highest standard of living and the fourth-highest per capita income in the world due to its oil and gas deposits.
Norway is signed up to the Bologna Process which aims to make European higher education systems more compatible. Certificates of Norway are recognized in other countries of the world. Bachelor’s degree takes three years to complete, Master’s degree takes two years and PhD, a further three years.
The average amount for living in Norway in a year is €9,600.
Norwegian students can work up to 20 hours per week.
A 3-4 year full-time PhD Fellowship at the Department of Psychology, Department of Physics, Institute of Oral Biology and Institute of Clinical Medicine at the University of Oslo.
The scholarship is to be granted for two years in SECCLO Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree (EMJMD). It is valued at €47000/49000 or €32000 and the closing date is January 20, 2020.
This scholarship programme runs for a period of 4-6 months for PhD programmmes. It is valued between $10000 – $12000.
The scholarship is for women enrolling in a Master’s in Economics or Business School in Europe. The value is €10000 each for five women and application deadline is April 30, 2020.
The scholarship is open for bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programmes. Only 3 candidates are required and would be offered the sum of 1000€ each.
Students over 18 years old enrolled in fashion and business-like programmes are eligible.
A well-written motivational letter in English language, clearly explaining why the applicant is eligible for the scholarship and how it will help in the development of his/her skills. The letter should be up to an A4 page maximum or not more than 250 words. Estimated budget plan is required which includes all the relevant costs and expenditure.
The program is for both undergraduate and postgraduate candidates who are interested in science, innovative and emerging technologies and engineers. A $1000 award is offered to the best candidate with regards to that.
The applicant must be a student and have a minimum CGPA of 3.0 or 4.0. he must write and submit an essay, including personal statement describing the background, personal achievements, challenges and educational pursuits.
The amount to be offered is $1000 (tuition fee). The offer is open for undergraduates around the world. He/she must have exceptional excellent qualities. He must pass the scholarship test and attach a supporting academic enrollment document.
BestVPN.com aims at raising awareness among young bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students around the world, about important privacy matters in this digital age. $2000 will be awarded to the best student who writes the best 500 – 1000-word essay on the topic of privacy.
The candidate must discuss the biggest potential privacy risks faced by consumers of DNA genetic testing companies. What might happen if human DNA fell into wrong hands? What can we do to benefit from the potential of the DNA technology without losing our privacy?
The award is open for only undergraduates and is valued at $2999.
The deadline is 30th November, 2019.
The scholarship is open for bachelor’s and master’s students who are at least, 18 years. The value is $1000.
All applicants must submit a 300-word essay on the topic: “How does Writing Impact Today’s World? It must be written in English language. The applicants must fill out the online application form.
Application opens for Norway scholarships for international students from Africa and developing countries every year. These are either partial or full fee scholarships for undergraduate, master or PhD/doctoral degrees.
Start here to apply for scholarships in Norway for African students, developing countries and international students, from around the world.
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