Richard C. Malmsten Memorial Foundation Scholarship 2018 in Sweden

The University of Gothenburg in Sweden is offering applications for the new Richard C. Malmsten Memorial Foundation Scholarship Program. The scholarship will support international students who are already admitted to a master´s programme at the School of Business, Economics, and Law. The closing date of application is 1 February 2018.

Award Value
The scholarship is available for the 2018 admission and covers part of the tuition fee, specifically 100 000 SEK over two years. This means that students will get a tuition fee waiver of 25 000 SEK per semester.

Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in any field that relate to Business, Economics, and Law.

Place of Study
In Sweden.

Eligibility and Criteria

  • The scholarship is available for students who have been admitted and have accepted their study place to a Master’s programme at SBEL starting in August 2018 and ending in June 2020. Full conditions can be found in Appendix 1.
  • English Language Requirements: In order to be eligible for university studies in Sweden, applicants must demonstrate that they meet the English requirement for the course or programme they wish to apply for. For most courses and programmes in which English is the language of instruction, the English language entry requirement corresponds to English studies at upper secondary (high school) level in Sweden, called English 6.

Applicants’ Nationality
International students are welcome to apply.

Application Instruction
Apply by registering your contact info together with information about your GMAT/GRE General Test result in the electronic application form. The selection of students will be finalized in Mid-May. Please note! You are not required to send in any documents besides the GMAT/GRE test result (sent from your test center or test organization directly to the School of Business, Economics, and Law).

Submission Deadline
1 February 2018.

Website and Application Link

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