International students can apply for a variety of at Mälardalen University scholarships in Sweden. These scholarships are intended to pay for a portion of the university tuition.
The Swedish Institute Scholarships for Global Professionals (SISGP) and the Mälardalen University Scholarship were among the scholarships available at the university. Students from nations outside the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA), and Switzerland are eligible for the Mälardalen University Scholarship, which offers a partial tuition cost relief. The merit-based scholarship pays for 75% of the tuition charge.
|Host Institute||Mälardalen University|
|Fellowship Type||Tuition Fee waiver|
|Duration||100% of the Tuition Fee|
|Closing Date||1 February 2024|
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Swedish university Mälardalen University, sometimes known as MDU, is situated in the cities of Västers and Eskilstuna. It employs roughly 1,000 people, including 91 professors, 504 teachers, and 215 PhD students, and it has 16,000 students. In accordance with the global standard ISO 14001, Mälardalen University is the first institution of higher learning to receive environmental certification.
Benefits of Mälardalen University Scholarships
Each year, a small number of scholarships are made available by Mälardalen University to applicants who choose a Master’s degree as their top preference.
If you follow the standard study schedule (minimum 22.5 credits per semester, minimum 45 credits per academic year), the scholarship will pay the entire program’s tuition costs. Living costs are not included in the scholarship. You will no longer be eligible for the scholarship if your enrollment status changes throughout the program’s study year from paying to not paying.
- The award is intended for exceptionally deserving students from non-EU/EEA/Switzerland countries who must pay tuition.
- Typically, candidates had to have applied to Mälardalen University and been given a spot in a program that qualified them.
- Scholarships are commonly provided for master’s degree programs.
Students from the twelve nations with which Sweden has long-term development partnerships are NOT eligible for the award. Instead of doing this, students from these nations should apply for the Swedish Institute Study Scholarship. The countries that are not eligible for the Mälardalen University Scholarship:
Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia
Documents/Material Required to Apply
The following documents are required to apply for Mälardalen University Scholarships:
- Application for Admission: To be considered for admission to a program at Mälardalen University, you typically need to have applied and been accepted.
- Academic transcripts and diplomas from your past studies that attest to your academic accomplishments.
- Letter of Motivation: A letter in which you outline your qualifications for the scholarship and provide supporting evidence. This letter frequently outlines your rationale for picking the particular course of study, your career objectives, and how the scholarship will help you get there.
- Letters of Recommendation: Some scholarships demand letters of support from professors, employers, or teachers who can attest to your skills and accomplishments.
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV): a thorough description of your training, professional history, skills, and other pertinent credentials.
The deadline for receiving supporting materials for education applications and Mälardalen University Scholarships is 1 February 2024.
Please be aware that for your scholarship application to be evaluated, you must have submitted all required materials on time and applied for the program at your top-choice university, Mälardalen.
Please complete the application and submit it to universityadmissions.se along with your supporting documentation.