Canada Graduate Scholarships


The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) program was created to attract and retain world-class doctoral students and to establish Canada as a global centre of excellence in research and higher learning. It is worth $50,000 per year for three years and is available to both Canadian and international PhD students studying at Canadian universities.

Deadline

The deadline date is November 6, 2013 (8:00 p.m. Eastern Time).

Canadian universities must submit all nominations to the Vanier-Banting Secretariat via ResearchNet by the deadline date.

Note: Each Canadian university has an internal deadline date for students to submit their applications. The Canadian university should be contacted for this information.

Review Process

Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships are awarded after a competitive review process.

University review

Students must be nominated by an eligible Canadian university. The scholarship liaison officer at each eligible Canadian university is responsible for coordinating the university review to determine the selected candidates and forwarding those nominations to the Vanier-Banting Secretariat —the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) or the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)—in accordance with their university’s allocation.

Selection committees

Once submitted to the Vanier-Banting Secretariat, each nomination is evaluated by an agency-specific selection committee. Each selection committee recommends the top 55 or 56 candidates (for a combined total among the three federal granting agencies of up to 167 candidates) to the Vanier-Banting steering committee based on the candidate’s academic excellence, research potential and leadership (potential and demonstrated ability).

 

Vanier-Banting steering committee

 

The Vanier-Banting steering committee, which is comprised of the presidents of the three federal granting agencies and the deputy ministers of Industry Canada and Health Canada make the final decisions on funding. Each year, the Vanier-Banting steering committee approves up to 167 Vanier Scholars for funding based on the recommendations of the agency-specific selection committees. The Vanier-Banting steering committee also oversees the program’s process, policies and results to ensure that the program achieves its objectives.

 

When can the Vanier CGS be taken up?

 

Once notified of the results, Vanier Scholars may take up their Vanier CGS on May 1, 2014, September 1, 2014 or January 1, 2015. The start date chosen must not overlap with any prior federal granting agency funding received and the Vanier Scholar must be registered for full-time studies at the Canadian university as of the Vanier CGS start date.

 

Supplementary Funding

 

Vanier Scholars who are citizens or permanent residents of Canada may also be eligible for supplementary funding. Please visit the following websites to view available opportunities:

 

 

Questions?

 

For more information regarding the Vanier CGS program, please contact: vanier@cihr-irsc.gc.ca.

Further Information

Application Deadline : 6 November 2013

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Open Call for 107 doctoral student positions at the University of Oulu

University of Oulu
 
Doctoral training environment

The University of Oulu, located at the heart of the globally recognized Oulu region R&D hub in Northern Finland, promotes advanced research especially in the focus areas of Biosciences and Health, Environment, Natural Resources and Materials, Information Technology, and Cultural Identity and Interaction. The University, with its 6 faculties and more than 70 specialist disciplines, cooperates closely with industry and commerce, and has broad connections with many international research and education institutions.

The University of Oulu Graduate School (UniOGS) provides the framework and conditions for high-quality, research-driven doctoral education at the University of Oulu. UniOGS promotes the development of structured Doctoral Programmes covering the areas of Technology, Natural Sciences, Biosciences, Health Sciences, and Human Sciences, and nurtures effective student-supervisor relationships founded on both motivation and commitment. UniOGS thus aims to create a favourable environment for the planning, execution and timely completion of doctoral education tailored to each student.

The Doctoral Programmes of UniOGS provide systematic and comprehensive doctoral training allowing the completion of the doctoral degree within a period equivalent to four years of full-time study; the time may be adjusted to take into account other possible employment or training obligations of the doctoral student. The doctoral training offered within the doctoral programmes promotes and strengthens high-quality research in the University of Oulu strategic focus and development areas, and assures that students acquire good working-life skills that address the needs of both the work-place and society.

General description of the positions and the minimum requirements for selection.

The University of Oulu Graduate School now invites applications for 101 doctoral student positions for 2014 – 2017, funded by the University of Oulu and distributed between 8 Doctoral Programmes. Six additional “open research project” positions will be allocated to applicants whose research relates to any focus area of the University of Oulu.

The positions are available from the 1st of January, 2014, for highly motivated and talented students wishing to undertake and complete training for a research-focused doctoral degree. The durations of the funded positions are for two years, ending on 31st December 2015, or for four years, ending on 31st December 2017. Depending on the Doctoral Programme, the funded period may include a trial period of up to four months. Applicants may apply for multiple positions open in this call, but successful candidates may occupy only one doctoral student position.

The salary of the selected doctoral students will be set on levels 1–4 of the national salary scale for the teaching and research staff of Finnish universities. In addition, a supplementary remuneration will be given for personal achievement and performance, the sum rising to a maximum of 46.3% of whatever salary scale (1 – 4) is set for the post. The total salary for these levels (before tax) currently ranges from about 1770 to 3560 Euros/month for full-time employment.
All applicants must hold a Master’s degree or an equivalent degree (e.g. licentiate) in a relevant field by the end of 2013, and be able to demonstrate sufficient language skills in English or Finnish. The degree will have been accredited with good grades (at least 60% of the maximum grade in both taught studies and the Master’s thesis. Lower grades and Bachelor level degree holders will not be considered). Note that these are the minimum requirements for selection; individual Doctoral Programmes may impose additional or more stringent requirements.

All applicants must include the following documents in their application:

  1. A completed “Application for doctoral student positions” form;
    Important:    All applicants should read “Technical issues” for instructions on how to save the application form, and if you have problems opening the form;
  2. Scanned electronic copies of all documents requested in the Application for doctoral  student positions form, including: two signed reference letters, diplomas and transcripts of the records of previous degrees, and certificates of language proficiency tests if required;
  3. Electronic copies of all additional documents requested by the Doctoral Programme to which you are applying. Details for these are provided in the individual call texts of the Doctoral Programmes.

All application documents are to be submitted electronically as attachments to a single e-mail addressed to the University of Oulu Registrar’s Office (university.of.oulu@oulu.fi, or kirjaamo@oulu.fi) before 16th September, 2013, 15.00 (GMT+2hrs). Applications received after the deadline, or incomplete applications, will not be considered.

Applicants will be informed of the results of the selection process by e-mail during the second or third weeks of October, 2013. The final list of selected students will be published on the web pages of the University of Oulu Graduate School.

For information concerning the specific Doctoral Programme calls and positions, please follow the instructions given in the Doctoral Programme call texts (links provided in “Positions available” above).

For further information concerning the General Call and application procedures, contact:
Coordinator Anthony Heape (e-mail: anthony.heape@oulu.fi; phone: +358-40-8676666).

 
 
 
Doctoral training environment

The University of Oulu, located at the heart of the globally recognized Oulu region R&D hub in Northern Finland, promotes advanced research especially in the focus areas of Biosciences and Health, Environment, Natural Resources and Materials, Information Technology, and Cultural Identity and Interaction. The University, with its 6 faculties and more than 70 specialist disciplines, cooperates closely with industry and commerce, and has broad connections with many international research and education institutions.

The University of Oulu Graduate School (UniOGS) provides the framework and conditions for high-quality, research-driven doctoral education at the University of Oulu. UniOGS promotes the development of structured Doctoral Programmes covering the areas of Technology, Natural Sciences, Biosciences, Health Sciences, and Human Sciences, and nurtures effective student-supervisor relationships founded on both motivation and commitment. UniOGS thus aims to create a favourable environment for the planning, execution and timely completion of doctoral education tailored to each student.

The Doctoral Programmes of UniOGS provide systematic and comprehensive doctoral training allowing the completion of the doctoral degree within a period equivalent to four years of full-time study; the time may be adjusted to take into account other possible employment or training obligations of the doctoral student. The doctoral training offered within the doctoral programmes promotes and strengthens high-quality research in the University of Oulu strategic focus and development areas, and assures that students acquire good working-life skills that address the needs of both the work-place and society.

General description of the positions and the minimum requirements for selection.

The University of Oulu Graduate School now invites applications for 101 doctoral student positions for 2014 – 2017, funded by the University of Oulu and distributed between 8 Doctoral Programmes. Six additional “open research project” positions will be allocated to applicants whose research relates to any focus area of the University of Oulu.

The positions are available from the 1st of January, 2014, for highly motivated and talented students wishing to undertake and complete training for a research-focused doctoral degree. The durations of the funded positions are for two years, ending on 31st December 2015, or for four years, ending on 31st December 2017. Depending on the Doctoral Programme, the funded period may include a trial period of up to four months. Applicants may apply for multiple positions open in this call, but successful candidates may occupy only one doctoral student position.

The salary of the selected doctoral students will be set on levels 1–4 of the national salary scale for the teaching and research staff of Finnish universities. In addition, a supplementary remuneration will be given for personal achievement and performance, the sum rising to a maximum of 46.3% of whatever salary scale (1 – 4) is set for the post. The total salary for these levels (before tax) currently ranges from about 1770 to 3560 Euros/month for full-time employment.
All applicants must hold a Master’s degree or an equivalent degree (e.g. licentiate) in a relevant field by the end of 2013, and be able to demonstrate sufficient language skills in English or Finnish. The degree will have been accredited with good grades (at least 60% of the maximum grade in both taught studies and the Master’s thesis. Lower grades and Bachelor level degree holders will not be considered). Note that these are the minimum requirements for selection; individual Doctoral Programmes may impose additional or more stringent requirements.

All applicants must include the following documents in their application:

  1. A completed “Application for doctoral student positions” form;
    Important:    All applicants should read “Technical issues” for instructions on how to save the application form, and if you have problems opening the form;
  2. Scanned electronic copies of all documents requested in the Application for doctoral  student positions form, including: two signed reference letters, diplomas and transcripts of the records of previous degrees, and certificates of language proficiency tests if required;
  3. Electronic copies of all additional documents requested by the Doctoral Programme to which you are applying. Details for these are provided in the individual call texts of the Doctoral Programmes.

All application documents are to be submitted electronically as attachments to a single e-mail addressed to the University of Oulu Registrar’s Office (university.of.oulu@oulu.fi, or kirjaamo@oulu.fi) before 16th September, 2013, 15.00 (GMT+2hrs). Applications received after the deadline, or incomplete applications, will not be considered.

Positions available

 

Sub-call 1. 5 four-year doctoral student positions in Engineering, Natural sciences, and Environmental sciences (ADMA-DP);
Sub-call 2. 12 four-year doctoral student positions in biomedicine, molecular and cell biology, biochemistry, developmental biology, genetics, structural biology and bioinformatics (BCO-DP/A);
Sub-call 3. 3 four-year doctoral student positions in projects promoting international and/or national cooperation, and interdisciplinary research in biomedicine, molecular and cell biology, biochemistry, developmental biology, genetics, structural biology, bioinformatics, statistics, biocomputing, bioelectronics (BCO-DP/B);
Sub-call 4. 10 four-year and 5 two-year doctoral student positions in humanities, education, business (marketing and management), and human geography (EUDA-DP);
Sub-call 5. 7 four-year doctoral student positions in astronomy, physics, chemistry, mathematics and statistics (Exactus-DP);
Sub-call 6. 20 four-year and 14 two-year doctoral student positions in electrical engineering, photonics, electronics design, electronics materials & components, computer science and engineering, communications engineering, and information processing science (InfotechDP);
Sub-call 7. Multiple two-year doctoral student positions (renewable), with research periods of 3 – 12 months/year, in clinical medicine, dental science, biomedicine, health science, and medical technology (MRC Oulu-DP);
Sub-call 8. 4 four-year and 1 two-year doctoral student positions in accounting, economics, finance, international business, management, and marketing (OBSDP);
Sub-call 9. 5 four-year and 2 two-year doctoral student positions in Northern environment, climate change, resource management, wellbeing in the North, and conflict resolution (ThuleDP);
Sub-call 10. 4 four-year and 2 two-year doctoral student positions for open research projects at the University of Oulu (Open-Res).
Further information

Applicants will be informed of the results of the selection process by e-mail during the second or third weeks of October, 2013. The final list of selected students will be published on the web pages of the University of Oulu Graduate School.

For information concerning the specific Doctoral Programme calls and positions, please follow the instructions given in the Doctoral Programme call texts (links provided in “Positions available” above).

For further information concerning the General Call and application procedures, contact:
Coordinator Anthony Heape (e-mail: anthony.heape@oulu.fi; phone: +358-40-8676666).

 
 
Doctoral training environment

The University of Oulu, located at the heart of the globally recognized Oulu region R&D hub in Northern Finland, promotes advanced research especially in the focus areas of Biosciences and Health, Environment, Natural Resources and Materials, Information Technology, and Cultural Identity and Interaction. The University, with its 6 faculties and more than 70 specialist disciplines, cooperates closely with industry and commerce, and has broad connections with many international research and education institutions.

The University of Oulu Graduate School (UniOGS) provides the framework and conditions for high-quality, research-driven doctoral education at the University of Oulu. UniOGS promotes the development of structured Doctoral Programmes covering the areas of Technology, Natural Sciences, Biosciences, Health Sciences, and Human Sciences, and nurtures effective student-supervisor relationships founded on both motivation and commitment. UniOGS thus aims to create a favourable environment for the planning, execution and timely completion of doctoral education tailored to each student.

The Doctoral Programmes of UniOGS provide systematic and comprehensive doctoral training allowing the completion of the doctoral degree within a period equivalent to four years of full-time study; the time may be adjusted to take into account other possible employment or training obligations of the doctoral student. The doctoral training offered within the doctoral programmes promotes and strengthens high-quality research in the University of Oulu strategic focus and development areas, and assures that students acquire good working-life skills that address the needs of both the work-place and society.

General description of the positions and the minimum requirements for selection.

The University of Oulu Graduate School now invites applications for 101 doctoral student positions for 2014 – 2017, funded by the University of Oulu and distributed between 8 Doctoral Programmes. Six additional “open research project” positions will be allocated to applicants whose research relates to any focus area of the University of Oulu.

The positions are available from the 1st of January, 2014, for highly motivated and talented students wishing to undertake and complete training for a research-focused doctoral degree. The durations of the funded positions are for two years, ending on 31st December 2015, or for four years, ending on 31st December 2017. Depending on the Doctoral Programme, the funded period may include a trial period of up to four months. Applicants may apply for multiple positions open in this call, but successful candidates may occupy only one doctoral student position.

The salary of the selected doctoral students will be set on levels 1–4 of the national salary scale for the teaching and research staff of Finnish universities. In addition, a supplementary remuneration will be given for personal achievement and performance, the sum rising to a maximum of 46.3% of whatever salary scale (1 – 4) is set for the post. The total salary for these levels (before tax) currently ranges from about 1770 to 3560 Euros/month for full-time employment.
All applicants must hold a Master’s degree or an equivalent degree (e.g. licentiate) in a relevant field by the end of 2013, and be able to demonstrate sufficient language skills in English or Finnish. The degree will have been accredited with good grades (at least 60% of the maximum grade in both taught studies and the Master’s thesis. Lower grades and Bachelor level degree holders will not be considered). Note that these are the minimum requirements for selection; individual Doctoral Programmes may impose additional or more stringent requirements.

All applicants must include the following documents in their application:

  1. A completed “Application for doctoral student positions” form;
    Important:    All applicants should read “Technical issues” for instructions on how to save the application form, and if you have problems opening the form;
  2. Scanned electronic copies of all documents requested in the Application for doctoral  student positions form, including: two signed reference letters, diplomas and transcripts of the records of previous degrees, and certificates of language proficiency tests if required;
  3. Electronic copies of all additional documents requested by the Doctoral Programme to which you are applying. Details for these are provided in the individual call texts of the Doctoral Programmes.

All application documents are to be submitted electronically as attachments to a single e-mail addressed to the University of Oulu Registrar’s Office (university.of.oulu@oulu.fi, or kirjaamo@oulu.fi) before 16th September, 2013, 15.00 (GMT+2hrs). Applications received after the deadline, or incomplete applications, will not be considered.

Positions available

 

Sub-call 1. 5 four-year doctoral student positions in Engineering, Natural sciences, and Environmental sciences (ADMA-DP);
Sub-call 2. 12 four-year doctoral student positions in biomedicine, molecular and cell biology, biochemistry, developmental biology, genetics, structural biology and bioinformatics (BCO-DP/A);
Sub-call 3. 3 four-year doctoral student positions in projects promoting international and/or national cooperation, and interdisciplinary research in biomedicine, molecular and cell biology, biochemistry, developmental biology, genetics, structural biology, bioinformatics, statistics, biocomputing, bioelectronics (BCO-DP/B);
Sub-call 4. 10 four-year and 5 two-year doctoral student positions in humanities, education, business (marketing and management), and human geography (EUDA-DP);
Sub-call 5. 7 four-year doctoral student positions in astronomy, physics, chemistry, mathematics and statistics (Exactus-DP);
Sub-call 6. 20 four-year and 14 two-year doctoral student positions in electrical engineering, photonics, electronics design, electronics materials & components, computer science and engineering, communications engineering, and information processing science (InfotechDP);
Sub-call 7. Multiple two-year doctoral student positions (renewable), with research periods of 3 – 12 months/year, in clinical medicine, dental science, biomedicine, health science, and medical technology (MRC Oulu-DP);
Sub-call 8. 4 four-year and 1 two-year doctoral student positions in accounting, economics, finance, international business, management, and marketing (OBSDP);
Sub-call 9. 5 four-year and 2 two-year doctoral student positions in Northern environment, climate change, resource management, wellbeing in the North, and conflict resolution (ThuleDP);
Sub-call 10. 4 four-year and 2 two-year doctoral student positions for open research projects at the University of Oulu (Open-Res).
Further information

Applicants will be informed of the results of the selection process by e-mail during the second or third weeks of October, 2013. The final list of selected students will be published on the web pages of the University of Oulu Graduate School.

For information concerning the specific Doctoral Programme calls and positions, plea

se follow the instructions given in the Doctoral Programme call texts (links provided in “Positions available” above).

For further information concerning the General Call and application procedures, contact:
Coordinator Anthony Heape (e-mail: anthony.heape@oulu.fi; phone: +358-40-8676666).

 

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2013 BIGSSS 15 PhD Fellowships in Germany

Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) offers PhD fellowships program. 15 stipends are offered to pursue PhD prgramme in one of BIGSSS’ three thematic fields: global governance and regional integration, welfare state, inequality and Quality of Life and in the field Changing Lives in Changing Socio-Cultural Contexts. PhD stipends of 1300 Euros/month for 36 months, contingent on successful completion of each year.

Study Subject(s): The fellowships are provided to study Global Governance and Regional Integration, Welfare State, Inequality and Quality of Life and in the field Changing Lives in Changing Socio-Cultural Contexts.
Course Level: This fellowship is available for pursuing PhD programme.
Scholarship Provider: Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences
Scholarship can be taken at: Germany

Eligibility: -An excellent MA degree (or national equivalents like the German “Diploma” or “Master”) in a discipline pertinent to at least one of BIGSSS’ three Thematic fields (see above), i.e. in Political Science (including related degree programs in European Studies or International Relations), Sociology, Psychology, Law, Economics or Mass Communication.
-The degree must be completed by the end of July of the year of application, which means you may apply before having finished your MA degree.
-English proficiency as described in the application materials section.
-Additionally BIGSSS offers 2 Preparatory Fellowships to particularly talented BA Graduates. Please refer to Predoctoral Fellowships to find out more about the program.

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: International students can apply for the fellowships.

Scholarship DescriptionBremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) invites applications to its Ph.D. program. The program will commence on September 1st, 2013. Successful applicants for our Ph.D. fellowships will pursue a topic in one of BIGSSS’ three Thematic Fields:
Field A: Global Governance and Regional Integration
Field B: Welfare State, Inequality and Quality of Life
Field C: Changing Lives in Changing Socio-Cultural Contexts
Applicants are asked to apply with their own research project broadly related to one of the three thematic fields.

Number of awards offered: 15 fellowships are awarded.

Duration of award(s): Fellowships are awarded for 36 months.

What does it cover? BIGSSS offers 15 PhD stipends of 1300 Euros/month.

How to apply: The only way to apply for our program is via our admissions system, where you can upload your application materials online. All of the necessary admissions information and application instructions can be found on our webpage. Be sure to read through all the sub tabs, including “overview” and “application materials”
For Ph.D. applicants: http://www.bigsss-bremen.de/admissions/phd/overview/

Scholarship Application Deadline: The application period for the Fall 2013 semester will begin in the middle of December 2012 and go until March 15th, 2013. The deadline refers to the date of receipt of the application. All letters of recommendation must also reach BIGSSS by March 15, 2013.

Further Official Scholarship Information and Application

– See more at: http://scholarship-positions.com/2013-bigsss-phd-fellowships-in-germany/2013/02/13/#sthash.JoFfKr0m.dpuf

Utrecht Excellence Scholarships for International Students/Bachelor/Master Degree

Utrecht University
Bachelor/Master Degree

Deadline: 1 Dec/1 April (annual)
Study in:  Netherlands
Course starts September 2013

 

Brief description:

The Utrecht Excellence Scholarship offers a number of outstanding prospective students the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a selected number of fields at Utrecht University.

Host Institution(s):

Utrecht University, Netherlands

 

 

Field of study:

 

International Bachelor’s programmes:

•  Economics and Business Economics
•  Liberal Arts & Sciences at University College Utrecht

International Master’s programmes offered by the following Graduate Schools:

•  Graduate School of Geosciences
•  Graduate School of Humanities
•  Graduate School of Law, Economics and Governance
•  Graduate School of Life Sciences
•  Graduate School of Natural Sciences
•  Graduate School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

 

Number of Awards:

Approximately 55 scholarships are available.

 

Target group:

Outstanding prospective students including international students applying for one of the aforementioned programmes (see above).

 

 

Scholarship value/inclusions:

 

Selected students are awarded a scholarship up to 28 350 euro per year.

Important Note: Students should be aware that the grant is NOT a full scholarship. It is necessary to find additional funding to be able to finance study and stay completely. As one of the requirements for being granted a residence permit in the Netherlands, students from abroad must prove to the IND (immigration and naturalisation office) that they have sufficient financial means.

 

Eligibility:

The applicant must meet the eligibility criteria in order to be considered for this scholarship. The applicant should:

•  Not have the Dutch nationality;
•  Hold a non-Dutch secondary school diploma;
• Have been admitted to an International Master’s programme within one of the Graduate Schools mentioned above, the Bachelor’s programme in Economics and Business Economics or to University College Utrecht;
•  Hold a relevant Bachelor’s degree (for a Master’s programme) or secondary school diploma (for a Bachelor’s programme), or an equivalent thereof;
•  Be able to comply with the conditions to obtain a Dutch visa (if applicable);

Failure to meet one or more of these criteria automatically means the student is not eligible for this scholarship.

Scholarship Criteria:

Eligible candidates are selected for a scholarship on the basis of the following criteria:

•  Their academic excellence and promise in the proposed field of study;
•  The academic quality and results of the preceding education, as evidenced, for example, by grades, test scores, publications, letters of recommendation;
•  The quality and relevance of the motivation letter (academic content, intercultural and communication skills, personal motivation);
•  The quality and feasibility of the financial plan in the application;
•  The quality of the application itself (completeness, accuracy, consistency).

Application instructions:

It is not possible to apply for the Utrecht Excellence Scholarship. You must have been admitted to selected International Master’s or Bachelor’s programmes (see above) to be considered for the scholarship. From the list of admitted students, the Selection Committee of the programme will select eligible candidates on the basis of the selection criteria mentioned above.

Prospective Bachelor’s students in Economics and Business Economics who wish to be considered for the scholarship should apply for admission before 1 April. Prospective Master’s students who wish to be considered for the scholarship should apply for admission before 1 December.

It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Bocconi Scholarships in Italy for International Students, Bachelor and Master

Bocconi University
Bachelor’s/Masters Degree

Deadline: Jan-May 2013
Study in: Milan, Italy
Course starts September 2013

Brief description:

Bocconi University offers scholarships to international students enrolling in any Bachelor’s Program or Master of Science Program at Bocconi. The awarding of the scholarship also takes into consideration academic performances of the students.

Host Institution(s):

Bocconi University in Milan, Italy

Field(s) of study:

 

Any Bachelor’s Program or Master of Science Program offered at the University

Number of Scholarships:

80 scholarships are to be offered  – 40 for Bachelor’s Program and 40 for Master’s Program

Target group:

International students

Scholarship value/inclusions:

For Bachelor’s Program, the scholarship consists of a full tuition waiver worth approximately € 11,000.00 per year for a maximum of 3 academic years while for Master’s of Science Program, the scholarship consists of full tuition waiver worth approximately € 11,500.00 per year for a maximum of 2 academic years.

The renewal of the scholarships are subject to meeting merit criteria

Eligibility:

Only applicants for the first year of a Bocconi Bachelor’s or Master’s program who meet all the following conditions will be taken into consideration for the awarding of the scholarship:

• non-Italian citizenship;

• non-Italian residence;

• a non-Italian Undergraduate degree earned abroad or in Italy.

Students who meet any of the following conditions will NOT be taken into consideration:

• previously enrolled in a graduate program in Italy or abroad;

• recipient of a scholarship awarded for the AY 2013-14 by private or public institutions.

Application instructions:

Applicants must complete and submit the online Bocconi Scholarship online application form.   Scholarship applications must be submitted by the same deadline as that of applicant’s Bocconi online admission’s application which is administered in multiple rounds. The specific deadlines can be found in the scholarship guidelines (links found below) but falls around January to May 2013.

It is important to visit the official website (link found below) to access the application form and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Website/Links:

Official Scholarship Website:   Bocconi International Scholarships