Finland belongs to the countries in which the non-EU/EEA students have to pay tuition fees for their studies. On the other side, there are many possibilities to apply for a scholarship which at least will help to avoid the fees or will even cover the living costs. Unless the DAAD in Germany or the Svenska […]
The Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Programme is offered by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development and funds master’s courses lasting between 12 and 36 months and offers funding for PhD students to spend ten months in France. The amount of the scholarship for the Masters’ level is 1,181 EUR (1,031 EUR of maintenance allowance and 150 EUR of monthly […]
Another great opportunity for non-EU students to study with a scholarship in at least two European countries is realistic thanks to the two-year Erasmus Mundus Journalism Masters programme, which accepts the applications until 10.01.2018. The 2018/20 programme is opened to all applicants worldwide who have completed their Bachelor degrees in Arts/Humanities or Social Science, possess the […]
Every year the Swedish Government, represented by the Swedish Institute, generously offers scholarships to the students from the Eastern Partnership countries, primarily for the Master’s programme studies. Successful applicants (50 lucky grant holders) receive SEK 9,000 monthly grant for living expenses, tuition fee cover (that’s a lot of money) as well as travel grant of SEK […]
European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, invites to apply for the vacancy as Student- or Scientific Researcher (6h/week) in the project "Ukraine Calling. Ukraine-Kompetenz im Dialog", which is a platform for knowledge sharing regarding history, policy, media, language and literature of Ukraine. The core of the job is the preparation of incoming seminars in workshops in 2018.
An applicant should be enrolled in the at least third semester of a University, be fluent in German, possess good English and, ideally, Ukrainian language skills. The deadline for the application process is 15.12.2017.
More information (in German only) you can find here.