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Apply for the University of Skövde Master's Scholarships

Brief Description

The University of Skövde awards some partial scholarships to students liable to pay tuition fees attending a master's programme at our University.


The scholarships are partial tuition fee waivers (50% of the tuition fee). If you are granted, the amount will be automatically deducted from the tuition fee when you receive your invoice.


  • Citizens of a country outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland

  • The criteria for awarding a scholarship are good academic merits, the motivation text and video. Criteria can also be other qualifications that are judged to be in line with educational or research areas as well as the geographic location which the University of Skövde gives priority to in accordance with its internationalization strategy.

  • The master's programme must be delivered on campus.

  • Generally, students can only be awarded a University of Skövde Master's Scholarship if a master's programme at the University of Skövde is chosen as first priority on University Admissions.

  • You must have completed the application to the programme meeting all deadlines for the master's first admission round. You must meet the entry requirements for the master's programme you applied to, pay the application fee and the supporting documents must have been received before the deadline defined by University Admissions.

  • Check the deadlines for the autumn and spring semesters at key dates and deadlines, at

  • You must fill out all required fields in the online application form. In your motivation text you must tell us why you have chosen the master's programme at the University of Skövde. Scholarship applications without a motivation text will not be considered.

  • Attention: If you are already admitted or enrolled as a master's student at the University of Skövde, you are not currently eligible to apply for the University of Skövde Masters Scholarships. These scholarships are awarded prior to the commencement of a master's programme.


1 February 2021

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