Stages of the scholarship application
- Until January 16th, scholarship applicants can apply to a maximum of 4 master's programs at Swedish universities.
- It is crucial to save your assigned personal application number, as it will be required for future scholarship applications.
- The registration fee must be paid, and all necessary admission documents must be submitted before February 1st.
- Once you have applied to universities, you can begin filling out the scholarship application.
- All required documents, including the personal application number, must be submitted digitally through the scholarship website.
- The submission portal is open from February 10th to 28th.
From March 1st, the scholarship commission begins reviewing applications:
- First, they ensure that all criteria are met, including the accuracy of submitted documents.
- Then, they evaluate candidate achievements and assign points to applications.
- By March 29th, a list of potential recipients is formed, and decisions from universities are awaited.
- From March 1st, the scholarship commission begins reviewing applications:
University admission results
- By March 30th, all candidates receive offers from Swedish universities.
- Only enrolled students are allowed to continue participating in the scholarship competition.
- If a student is conditionally admitted, they must fulfill all offer conditions by March 30th. Students on the waiting list are not permitted to further participate in the competition.
- From March 31st, the Scholarship Commission conducts the final evaluation of applications and creates a shortlist of winners.
- On April 27th, the list is published on the si.se website.
- Scholarship winners receive individual offers via email by May 3rd.
- The offer must be accepted or rejected by the deadline specified in the offer.
Exact dates may be subject to change. For accurate information, refer to the official scholarship website.
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