Swedish Institute Study Scholarships (SISS) for developing countries are intended to offer full-time Masters degree in Sweden for either of the semesters, Swedish Institute Study Scholarships applicants can complete their application registration before deadline through https://si.se/en/apply….
Swedish Higher Education Institutions and Swedish Universities are the host universities that offer almost 180 scholarships for the students who has candidature in the list of countries that are provided in application form who are interested in pursuing full time masters degree program offered by Swedish universities under various programmes, sweden institute scholarship is a fully funded scholarship where the applying candidate should have ambition, leadership experience and a strong professional background to be applicable to apply for Swedish institute.
About the award
|Name of the Scholarship||Swedish institute study Scholarship|
|Number of Scholarships||more than 180|
|Education Qualification||Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent degree|
|Nationality||scholarships are available for 138 countries in list provided|
|Name of Origination||Sweden higher institutions and universities|
|Deadline||January or February|
|Period of Award||two years|
Swedish institute of study scholarships offer Masters degree courses for a period of two years to the interested students.
Number of scholarships
For autumn semester 2020, the institute grants an estimated scholarships of 180 under SISS programme.
Value of award
The selected candidates will receive a scholarship amount which cover both living costs and tuition fees
Eligibility criteria for The Swedish institute study scholarships for developing countries
Applying candidate should meet all the necessary academic requirements along with that the candidate must demonstrate a minimum of 3000 hours of work experience which is either full-time or part-time employment, voluntary work, paid/unpaid internship, an or position of trust and also should demonstrate leadership skills in the fields of employment, voluntary work, and/or internship after high school studies, and they should be financially stable to pay tuition fees.
Candidates from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina-Faso, Cambodia, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar (Burma), Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe ,Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia, Iran and Vietnam and from DAC list of ODA recipients are eligible to apply for scholarships.
Application procedure to apply for The Swedish institute study scholarships for developing countries
Documents to be submitted
- curriculum vitae
- motivation letter
- two letters of references
- proof of work and leadership experience
- copy of passport
Application form is deemed to be ineligible if any of the required documents are missing,candidate should submit separate application form along with documents where, the candidates can save the copies of documents for further use where the candidates can upload the same documents while applying for other four masters degree programmes offered by Swedish institutes.
Application deadline for Swedish Institute Study Scholarships (SISS) Swedish
the online portal for application forms of Swedish institute study scholarships will be open from 2-9 February 2020, interested candidates can apply before deadline, for further information please visit official website at https://si.se/en/apply