Study Your Master’s Degree In Sweden For Free

The Swedish Institute Study Scholarships (SISS) opened applications for the SI Study Scholarships programme targeting students from over 100 countries for master studies in Sweden. The scholarships will cover both living costs and tuition fees. Deadline to apply is January 15, 2016.

The aim of the programme is to contribute to a mutual exchange of knowledge and networks for global talents by focusing on areas in which Sweden is at the forefront of academic research.

The programme is divided into three different categories of countries and approximately 300 scholarships will be granted in total 100 scholarship for each category. You can find full list of programmes here.

Key criteria are:

  • high qualification
  • citizenship of OECD/DAC countries
  • ability to study full-time master’s degree in Sweden

The SI Study Scholarships cover:

  • tuition fees 
  • stipend to cover living expanses (9000 SEK)
  • a one-time travel grant (15000 SEK)

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