Chalmers IPOET Scholarship Invitation: Applications are currently ongoing for the Chalmers IPOET Scholarships for International Students. Interested students can see the details and apply if eligible.
Chalmers IPOET Scholarships Details and FAQs
- Chalmers IPOET Scholarships Details and FAQs
- When is the application deadline?
- Is the scholarship/opportunity offered annually?
- Which countries are eligible for the scholarship?
- Where is the scholarship tenable?
- Accepted Subject Areas:
- What is the category of this opportunity?
- What are the selection criteria?
- How do I know if I’m eligible for the scholarship?
- How many scholarship awards are available?
- What is the scholarship amount?
- How to Apply for the Chalmers IPOET Scholarship
- About Chalmers University of Technology
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden will be offering around 50 IPOET scholarships in 2017, funded by the Swedish Council for Higher Education, to prospective fee-paying students. The scholarships are administered and awarded by Chalmers.
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden is offering 50 75% Tuition fee reduction IPOET Scholarship for Masters Students of non-EU/EEA Nationality to study at the University 2019.
When is the application deadline?
15th January 2019
Is the scholarship/opportunity offered annually?
Which countries are eligible for the scholarship?
Where is the scholarship tenable?
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Accepted Subject Areas:
Unrestricted – all of the current Master’s programmes at Chalmers.
What is the category of this opportunity?
What are the selection criteria?
The selection is based on the applicants’ relative academic excellence, which primarily includes weighted average grade but also home university’s stature (including position on global ranking lists) and priority order of the application for Chalmers Master’s programmes.
How do I know if I’m eligible for the scholarship?
- Citizens from non-EU/EEA countries who are required to pay tuition fees for Swedish university education
- 1st year Master’s Programme applicants
How many scholarship awards are available?
What is the scholarship amount?
- A 75% reduction of the tuition fees (4 semesters / 2 year programme)
- Students who excel during their first year of studies may receive an increased scholarship reduction, which covers 85% of the tuition fee during the second and final year of studies
- No funds are transferred to the scholarship laureates
4 semesters / 2 year programme
How to Apply for the Chalmers IPOET Scholarship
Please Note: Awarded students still need to prove to the Swedish Migration Board that they are able to provide sufficient funds to cover the remaining tuition fee and living expenses during the whole period of study, in order to be granted a Resident permit for academic studies in Sweden.
About Chalmers University of Technology
Chalmers University of Technology is a Swedish university located in Gothenburg that focuses on research and education in technology, natural science, architecture, maritime and other management areas.
The university was founded in 1829 following a donation by William Chalmers, a director of the Swedish East India Company. He donated part of his fortune for the establishment of an “industrial school”. Chalmers was run as a private institution until 1937, when the institute became a state-owned university. In 1994, the school was incorporated as an aktiebolag under the control of the Swedish Government, the faculty and the Student Union. Chalmers is one of only three universities in Sweden which are named after a person, the other two being Karolinska Institutet and Linnaeus University.
Approximately 40% of Sweden’s graduate engineers and architects are educated at Chalmers. Each year, around 250 post graduate degrees are awarded as well as 850 graduate degrees. About 1,000 post-graduate students attend programmes at the university, and many students are taking Master of Science engineering programmes and the Master of Architecture programme. Since 2007, all master’s programmes are taught in English for both national and international students. This was a result of the adaptation to the Bologna process that started in 2004 at Chalmers (as the first technical university in Sweden).