Are you an international student and planning to study in Europe? With these scholarships, you will not miss the chance to spend a semester or more abroad. You will come to know more about other countries and their culture. These scholarships are specifically for Non-EU/EEA students and are a fantastic way to balance the tuition costs and will make up for the financial means that you might lack. StuDocu has done some research for you. Amongst the numerous possibilities, there are several options.
The Netherlands, known for its flat landscape, tulips, canals, windmills and cycling routes. Most only have heard of Amsterdam and some even think that Amsterdam is a country by itself. However, it is a country with a rich history and it has so much more to offer than just Amsterdam. Therefore you should definitely spend some more time in this wonderful little country and discover its beauty, not known by many. If you are the lucky one to get a scholarship and come to the Netherlands, on StuDocu.com you will be able to find useful notes for your studies here.
- Holland Scholarship for Non-EEA International Students (Deadline: 1 February/1 May 2017) – a scholarship of €5,000 in the first year of your studies.
- World Citizen Talent Scholarship for International Students (Deadline: 31 March 2017) – a scholarship of €5,000 will be awarded.
Go to Denmark and experience the Hygge way of living. Hygge means ‘snug’ and is an aspect of the Danish culture and many other Scandinavian cultures. It is a concept of “coziness”, when you relax with your friends or loved one and while you enjoy good food. Many think that Hygge is one of the reasons why Danes and other Scandinavians score high on happiness. So why don’t you join in that happiness?
- Denmark Government Scholarships under the Cultural Agreements (Deadline: 1 March 2017) – full or partial tuition fee reduction and/or grants to cover living expenses.
- The Danish Summer Language Scholarships (Deadline: 1 March 2017). When selected students receive either free tuition and room and board or free tuition and a scholarship of 5,000 DKK for room and board costs.
When thinking of France, one would immediately think of Paris, the city of love and fashion shows. But wouldn’t you want to know more about France, its people and culture than just that?
- Emile Boutmy Scholarships for Non-EU Students at Sciences Po (Deadline: 13 January/2 May 2017) – €3,000 to €12,300 for 3 years of undergraduate study.
On the CampusBourses website, you can search all scholarships to finance your education in France.
Let’s have a fika (coffee break)! Maybe at Ikea? Swedish people work hard but they also take a rest and relax. Another thing that you will often hear in Sweden is the word “lagom”, which means “good enough”. This word perfectly sums up the Swedish cultural and social ideals of equality and fairness.
- Blenking Institute of Technology Scholarship Programme (Deadline: 1 August 2017) – offers up to 75% of tuition fee reduction.
- Karlstad University Global Scholarship Programme (Deadline: 1 February 2017) – a scholarship can cover either 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the tuition fees.
- Kristianstad University Scholarship (Deadline: 1 February 2017) – full or partial tuition fee reduction.
- Linnaeus University Scholarships (Deadline: 1 February 2017) – usually covers 75% of tuition fee but certain scholarships cover 100%.
- Lund University Global Scholarship Programme (Application period: February 2017) – covers 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of tuition fee.
- Örebro University Scholarship (Deadline: 31 January 2017) – full or partial tuition fee reduction.
A complete list of universities that offer tuition waivers for international students can be found here.
This country’s national foods are pizza and pasta, so basically it’s a student’s heaven. Receiving one of these scholarships will leave you with more money for them and you can eat it every day until you’ll get sick of it. To make your time abroad easier and find notes or other study materials that you might need, be sure to check out our platform, StuDocu.com
- Bocconi Scholarships in Italy for International Students (Deadline: January-April 2017) – full tuition waiver.
- University of Bologna Study Grants for International Students (Deadline: 31 March 2017)
If you feel safer going to a country that uses English, then the United Kindom is your country! Maybe you might even pick up that generally loved British accent, while you are there.
- The Denys Holland Scholarship at University College London (Deadline: 7 July 2017) – if granted a student will receive £9,000 per year for three years.
- International Ambassador Scholarships at University of west London (Deadline: 16 July 2017) – 50 scholarships are offered, worth up to £5,000.
- University of Westminster Full International Scholarships (Deadline: 4 May 2017) – a full scholarship, full-fee scholarship, half-fee scholarship, or a part-fee scholarship can be granted.
- Reach Oxford Scholarships for Developing Country Students (Deadline: 15 February 2017) – scholarship includes tuition fees, a grant for living expenses and one return air fare per year for a period of 3 to 4 years, depending on course length.
- Future Global Leaders Scholarship at Coventry University (Deadline: 30 June 2017)
- Transform Together Scholarships for International and European Union (non-UK) Students (Deadline: 31 May/1 November 2017) – a half-fee waiver is granted if selected.
Anywhere in Europe:
- GoEuro European Study Abroad Scholarship (Deadline: 31 January 2017) – 1st place: €2,000 / 2nd place: €1,500 / 3rd place: €500.
Before you start applying, here are some quick tips:
- Check if you are eligible for the scholarship.
- Try applying to as many as possible.
- Adapt each application to fit with goals of the organisation you are asking funds from.
- Think of the qualities that will make you stand out from the herd.
- Mark the application deadline and your own sub-deadlines for each.
- Editing, editing, editing. Make sure to have your work reviewed and edit is accordingly.
Good luck with your application!