The recipients of the Swedish Institute’s scholarships for master’s studies during the academic year 2014/2015 have now been selected. The lists of scholarship recipients can be found below:
Congratulations to all recipients, and thank you to all applicants! We had a record number of applications this year from thousands of highly-qualified applicants from all over the world. We wish you all good luck in your future studies – and look forward to seeing you here in Sweden!
If your University Admissions application number is on the list, you will receive a confirmation email with more information. It is important that you accept your place on your master’s programme at Universityadmissions.se before the deadline of 10 April.
Please note that if you are not on the list, you have not been offered a scholarship. Applicants who are not offered a scholarship will not be notified individually.
Study Scholarship Category 1
4,600 applications and 447 scholarships granted. The largest groups of applicants were from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.
Study Scholarship Category 2
10,500 applications and 157 scholarships granted. The largest groups of applicants were from India, China, Pakistan, Syria and Iran.
498 applications and 16 scholarships granted.
Visby Programme Scholarship
1,233 applications and 62 scholarships granted.
Scholarship for the Western Balkans
515 applications and 16 scholarships granted.
Frequently asked questions
I’ve received scholarships from both SI and my university. What do I do?
If you receive an SI scholarship, you may not accept other scholarships. If you would like to accept your SI scholarship, you will be required to decline other scholarship offers.
I didn’t receive a scholarship. What other sources of funding are available to me?
Why wasn’t my application chosen?
We receive a large volume of highly-qualified applications each year, and make a selection based on many factors. This includes an evaluation of your full application (letter of motivation, CV and recommendations where relevant) and careful consideration of the entire group of applicants so that scholarships are given on a balanced basis to students from different countries, universities and subject areas. We are unfortunately not able to offer individual feedback on why a specific application was not selected for a scholarship.