The Karolinska Institute offers approximately 10 Global Master’s Scholarship for international students who are commencing masters level education in Karolinks Institute of Sweden.
The KI Global Master’s Scholarship covers the tuition cost of the successful recipient (or part of the tuition fee for programmes only partially given by Karolinska Institutet). Furthermore, the KI Global Master’s Scholarship only covers tuition fee for students enrolled at a Global Master’s Programme. The scholarship amount cannot be used for other studies.
Candidates must be tuition fee-paying student from the country outside the EU and EEA. In addition to that, candidate must be applying to one of Karolinska Institutet’s Global Master’s Programmes. S/he must pay the application fee by 1 February 2020. In addition to that, the applicant should fulfil the entry and documentation requirements for the programme that s/he applying for.
All applicants to the Global Master’s programmes at Karolinska Institutet will receive the invitation to apply for a scholarship after paying the payable tuition fees. Once the candidates pay the fees, University Admissions will receive information and an invite to apply for the KI Global Master’s Programme scholarship after the last day to pay the application fee and submit supporting documents.
The eligible candidates will receiver the invitations to apply for the scholarship by email on 8 February to the email address they have used to create the account at universityadmissions.se.
The scholarship committee at Karolinska Institute will assess the CV and other qualifications of applicants while making a decision. Applicants must submit all the necessary documents including CV and certificates. Furthermore, the Scholarship Team will send a notification to the recipient in the email address provided at the time of application.
The Karolinska Institute is a research-led medical university in Solna within the Stockholm urban area of Sweden. It covers areas such as biochemistry, genetics, pharmacology, pathology, anatomy, physiology and medical microbiology, among others. It is widely popular as Sweden’s best university and one of the largest, most prestigious medical universities in the world. In addition to that, it is the highest-ranked in all Scandinavia. The Nobel Assembly at the Karolinska Institute awards the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
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|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||International students|