There are a large number of scholarships exclusively for you as a student at University of Gävle. The total amount that can be awarded is over half a million each year. In addition to that, there are thousands of national scholarships seeking owners.
As of October 2016, some changes have taken place in scholarship activities. The majority of the scholarships remains unchanged, but some scholarships are no longer available. Information regarding what scholarships you as a student at University of Gävle are eligible to apply for and a contact list of donors can be found here.
If you have questions about the scholarships please contact donors directly. The change means that you when you decide to apply for a scholarship must send your application directly to the donor.
As a student you have the opportunity to apply for scholarships that are intended specifically for those studying at University of Gävle. Businesses, organizations, municipalities and other stakeholders would like to learn of your findings from, for example, your degree project. What can your work to do to help their development?
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There are thousands of national scholarships that you can apply for. The hard part is to know which ones are available. Our tips and links do not purport to be exhaustive, but here are some suggestions on where and how to search for information.
Information about scholarships for field studies in developing countries, such as Minor Field Studies and other scholarships for international exchanges, can be found on the International Secretariat's website.
Information about other scholarships, funds and direct government funding is also available at University of Gävle. These are intended for different groups at the university: students at degree programmes, PhD students and researchers. For information about these funds, contact respective granter.
The university library has lists over general scholarships.
Published by: Mia Mårdberg