Scholarship in Switzerland

SCHOLARSHIP IN SWITZERLAND

     

    European Union
    Masters (MS) Degree

    Deadline: varies

    Study in: European Countries
    Course Starts: Aug-Sept 2017

    Brief description:

    The Erasmus Mundus Scholarships, subsidized by the European Union, are solely granted to students originating from both EU and non-EU nations that have been chosen to go to one of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Programs at Masters Level.

    European University Scholarship Program

    European Universities/Institutions taking an interest under endorsed Erasmus Mundus Action Joint Programs.

    Field(s) of Study:

    Around 116 Masters Courses are supported by grants. The field(s) of study secured are: Agriculture and Veterinary, Engineering, Manufacture and Construction, Health and Welfare, Humanities and Arts, Science, Mathematics and Computing, and Social Sciences, Business and Law.

    Number of Awards:

    No Specified

    Target crowd:

    Class A Scholarships: Nationals from another nation than the European Union Member States and Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein altogether.

    Classification B Scholarships: Nationals from the European Union Member States, or from Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.

    Scholarship amount/durations:

    The program offers full-time scholarships and additionally associations that cover monthly expense, participation costs, travelling and protection expenses of the students. Scholarship sums can shift as indicated by the level of studies, the term of studies, and the researcher's nationality (grants for non-EU students are higher than for EU students).

    Qualification:

    Kindly note that every Erasmus Mundus Joint Program characterizes its own determination criteria and confirmation methodology.

    Application directions:

    The following application round for courses beginning in the scholarly year 2017/2018 will begin to open in the last quarter of 2016.

    Due date shifts relying upon the program yet falls around December to January.

     

    UBIS students in great academic standing may apply for these awards after he/she has finished their first semester at UBIS. These grants can't be consolidated with different UBIS financial awards the student may have officially gotten and don't make a difference to on-line undergraduate study. Students who neglect to keep up the required GPA after 1 semester, will be put on post trial supervision, and will lose their scholarship if their GPA is not expanded to the required level by the 3rdsemester after the trial time frame. A set number of awards are offered every academic year.

    For undergraduate:

    10% = B+ (3.3) GPA

    15% = A-(3.7) GPA or better

    For graduates:

    10% = B+ (3.3) GPA

    15% = A-(3.7) GPA or better

    A student who acknowledges a UBIS grant or scholarship confirms that he/she can locate the important subsidizing to pay all different costs. In the event that the installment of the educational cost expenses is not gotten by the given due date, UBIS reserves whatever authority is needed to deny any grant or scholarship granted to the beneficiary.

    Limitations:

      Beneficiaries of UBIS monetary gifts and grants may not get more than one award at any given moment Scholarships/grants are restricted in size and subject to the convenient installment of educational cost Scholarships/grants just apply to educational cost (books, essential courses, assessment exams, and etc. are excluded) Loan capability and repayment are liable to the terms and conditions of the loan specialist

     

    Academic Merit Scholarships are assessed through introduction of a student's transcript(s) and diploma(s). College students with an aggregate GPA of B+ (3.3) and Graduate students with a combined GPA of A-(3.7) might be considered for academic legitimacy based scholarship grants. These awards are equivalent to half of the yearly educational costs for full-time enlistment and might be conceded to new UBIS students for the whole length of studies, on the condition that the student keeps up an indistinguishable GPA from expressed above, for the term of their studies. These scholarship grants can't be joined with different UBIS budgetary awards the student may have effectively gotten and don't have any significant bearing to on-line undergraduate study. Students who neglect to keep up the required GPA after 1 semester, will be put on post trial supervision, and will lose their grant if their GPA is not expanded to the required level by the second semester taking after the trial time frame. There are just 2 of these honors accessible per semester during the academic year (Module E-Module C), barring summer; one (1) for undergraduate studies and one (1) for graduate studies.