Ongoing International Students Swedish Institute Spring Scholarships 2021: We offer thousands of English-taught programmes here. Most of them start in the autumn. But some programmes start in the spring semester instead. And we’ve put together a list of the programmes on offer for spring 2021. Want to know more? Keep on reading. We’ll walk you through the application process.
So what you’ve got to do first is find a programme. And there’s a select number of English-taught programmes that you can choose from.
Want to study in Sweden? Great news – you can now apply for a small number of programmes that’ll start spring 2021. And the deadline? See below
Application Deadline: 17th August 2020
Eligibility Criteria For Ongoing International Students Swedish Institute Spring Scholarships 2021:
- General: So these are things like having completed your high-school studies. Or having a bachelor’s degree. Also? Having a sufficient level of English. And you can find the general entry requirements for bachelor’s programmes and master’s programmes on Universityadmissions.se.
- Programme-specific entry requirements: You may need to meet some specific entry requirements too. You’ll find them listed on the programme’s webpage. Navigate there through our programme listing or Universityadmissions.se.
Eligible Countries: International
To be Taken at (Country): Sweden
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award: Scholarships vary according to the institution.
Duration of Award: 2 years
How to Apply: You’ve found a programme you want to apply for. What’s next? Okay, you’ll need to check some things. Like requirements, documents & deadlines.
And you have until 17 August to submit your application. But head over to Universityadmissions.se to find out more. There are a few other dates and deadlines you’ll need to keep in mind.
- It is important to go through all application requirements in the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.
Source: Study in Sweden
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