The Karlstad University Global Scholarship programme is aiming at top academic students from countries outside the European Union/European Economic Area (and Switzerland) who are required to pay tuition fees for studies
Karlstad University Global Scholarship Progamme
The Karlstad University Global Scholarship programme is aimed at top academic students from countries outside the European Union/European Economic Area (and Switzerland) who are required to pay tuition fees for studies.
Karlstad University Global Scholarship offers scholarships covering tuition fees in part or in full. The scholarship application will be considered only if the application fee is paid or if you are exempted from paying the application fee. This scholarship programme is not open for students from the following 12 countries: Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. Students from these countries instead have the possibility to apply for The Swedish Institute Study Scholarships. Application for Karlstad University Global Scholarship will be accepted from 1 December 2021 to 1 February 2022. You apply at Karlstad University website.
WHAT COSTS DOES THE SCHOLARSHIP COVER?
Scholarships may pay for up to 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% of the total cost of tuition. The amount that the scholarship is worth is detailed in the notification of scholarship that is sent to each recipient of the scholarship. When you are awarded a scholarship for a certain program, the amount of the scholarship will be subtracted from the total cost of tuition for that program. It is important to keep in mind that the Karlstad University Global Scholarships do not cover the costs of living. When you make your initial application for a residence permit in Sweden, you will be required to provide evidence that you have sufficient funds to cover the cost of your stay in Sweden and your studies for the entire duration of the program. Only then will you be granted permission to study in Sweden. Contact the Swedish Migration Board for any additional information you may require.
HOW TO APPLY?
In order to apply you need to use the link on the right hand side or click here.
The application needs to be received by 1 February each year at the latest. Late applications will not be considered. You must apply for studies at Karlstad University before applying for scholarship.
The next step, which comes after the finalization of the selection of programs, is to select the candidates who will receive the scholarships that are up for grabs. Students who, in addition to having strong academic performance, have also demonstrated a strong commitment and desire to study at Karlstad University will be given priority status for admissions consideration.
This financial aid is only provided to students who will be enrolling in their first academic year during the fall semester. A scholarship offer is only valid for the academic year and the particular course of study that are outlined in the notification that the scholarship was awarded. In the event that the student’s financial responsibilities are not fulfilled until the following academic year, the scholarship offer will be null and void. If a student who has already been awarded a scholarship makes the decision to enroll in a different program, there is a possibility that the student will no longer receive the scholarship. This is due to the fact that scholarships are typically only given out for specific programs.
YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE:
- You have already lived in Sweden for two years or more when the scholarship period is due to begin.
- You have a Swedish permanent residence permit or a work permit.
- You hold a scholarship for studies from Swedish Institute or from a Swedish university/university college.
- You already hold a master’s degree from a Swedish university/university college.
SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED BY THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE
Over five hundred financial awards are given out annually by the Swedish Institute, which is a government agency, to students and researchers who wish to attend a Swedish university in order to pursue their goals at one of those institutions. The students who are eligible for a Swedish Institute Study Scholarship come from 12 different developing countries: Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. Please visit studyinsweden.se/scholarships if you would like additional information regarding the scholarship opportunities that are provided by the Swedish Institute as well as other organizations.
Official website: https://kau.varbi.com/what:registrations/
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