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Former PUMA student, Iga Jeziorska, enjoyed the opportunities of the International Visegrad Fund (IVF):
"IVF Scholarship is a great opportunity to study abroad with really good financial support. Although applying requires some effort and time, it is definitely worth it. Profits which receiving the scholarship can bring you, can be described not only in the terms of money, but most of all in the terms of opportunities, self – development, raising the knowledge and meeting people from all over the world. It can have really great positive impact for your future and let you have at least one of best times in your life."
Scholarship Opportunities for EMPA Students
The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP), sponsored by the Government of Japan
Scholars from developing countries who have been accepted to our development-related Master's Degree programs (MA in International Economy and Business; MA in Public Policy and Management) and require financial assistance are invited to apply to the Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) for support.
Visit the program's website at www.worldbank.org/scholarships for eligibility requirements and application materials.
The deadline for JJ/WBGSP scholarship applications for the academic year 2014-15 is March 27, 2014, 12 noon EST, and award decisions are made in July. (Application to the JJ/WBGSP is not a guarantee of award.)
The International Visegrad Fund offers Master’s Scholarships for study/research projects of 1 to 4 semesters
Citizens of the following countries can apply: Albania (AL), Armenia (AM), Azerbaijan (AZ), Belarus (BY), Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA), Croatia (HR), the Czech Republic (CZ), Georgia (GE), Hungary (HU), Macedonia (MK), Moldova (MD), Montenegro (ME), Poland (PL), the Russian Federation (RU), Serbia (RS), Slovakia (SK) and Ukraine (UA). The same rules are applicable to Kosovar scholars.
We advise you to make a "personalized" working plan so that it includes the foundation and the compulsory courses of our Programme, as well as the elective courses you are interested in. For the second year, choose one of the possible specializations that are the most sympathetic for you.
Applicants whose current (i.e. at the time of applying) university or employer is further than 1,500 km from the selected host university/institute are eligible for a travel grant.
The following scholarship schemes are available:
for scholars coming from one of the V4 countries (CZ, HU, PL or SK) who plan to study in any V4 country other than that of their citizenship.
for outstanding students or Master's degree holders from V4 countries to study at acknowledged universities or institutes of the respective national academies of sciences in AL, AM, AZ, BY, BA, HR, GE, MK, MD, ME, RS and UA. Please note that the same rules are applicable to Kosovar universities.
for outstanding scholars who wish to study at accredited universities or institutes of the respective national academies of sciences in V4 countries and who are citizens of the following countries: AL, AM, AZ, BY, BA, HR, GE, MK, MD, ME, RU, RS and UA. Please note that the same rules are applicable to Kosovar scholars.
Scholarship Program for Belarusian Students
for scholars coming to the V4 countries from Belarus (altogether 60 semesters annually). As of 2009, the International Visegrad Fund opens a sub-program for Belarusian scholars who may apply for 1- to 4-semester studies at all accredited public or private universities in the Visegrad Group countries.
Scholarship Program for Ukrainian Students
for scholars coming to the V4 countries from Ukraine (altogether 60 semesters annually).
For more information visit: www.visegradfund.org
Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program
The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program was founded by the Hungarian Government in 2013. This scholarship program is applicable for candidates from those countries that have a valid/effective bilateral educational work plan agreement signed by the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources.
Please check the availability of this scholarship with the Education Ministry of your own country.
For further information please visit:
Students can apply for the the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme from the following partner countries: Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, China (Hudec scholarship also), Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, India, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Korea, Kurdistan Regional Government/Iraq, Laos, Lebanon, Macedonia, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Myanmar, Namibia, Nigeria, Palestine, Serbia, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uruguay, Vietnam, Yemen.
Next deadline: beginning of March 2016
Hungarian State Scholarships
Through the Hungarian Scholarship Board Office, the Hungarian Minister of Education and Culture offers scholarships for foreign students and professors of higher education institutions as well as research fellows who intend to gain further professional experience in Hungarian institutions of higher education or research.
Scholarships can be applied for under two systems:
- Bilateral Agreements
- Scholarship Pool
The Office of the Hungarian Scholarship Board (hereinafter HSB) welcomes applications by citizens of countries (and territories) that have a valid/effective educational co-operation programme with Hungary, or a bilateral agreement signed by the Hungarian Government or the Ministry of Education and Culture of Hungary and the relevant ministry of the given country (or territory). Assessment and shortlisting of applications is conducted by the relevant home country (or territory) scholarship authority or Ministry of Education, as well as dissemination of all information regarding the application procedure and deadlines. The list of countries (or territories) and contact information on the partner scholarship offices can be found on our webpage (www.scholarship.hu). Although the Hungarian Scholarship Board accepts applications from these countries (or territories) submitted directly to its Office, please note that the applications evaluated and forwarded by the home country (or territory) authorities always take precedence.
In 2005 the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Hungary established a „scholarship pool”, a scholarship system of various types of scholarships, allowing for applications from the following countries/territories:
Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korean Republic, Kuwait, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, The Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom.
Citizens of the following countries may only apply through their national scholarship offices, on the basis of bilateral agreements:
China, Columbia, Yemen, Mongolia, Palestine and Vietnam.
For more information, please visit: http://www.scholarship.hu
Stiftung Aktion Österreich-Ungarn
Citizens of Austria can also apply for Hungarian scholarships through the Stiftung Aktion Österreich-Ungarn (www.omaa.hu).
Applicants can apply for all scholarship types in the “scholarship pool” system. The scholarships offered in the bilateral agreements announced by the foreign partners are also categorized according to these scholarship types. In some cases the co-operation programme/bilateral agreement does not contain all the scholarships listed under the pool programme, hence they may not figure among the scholarships announced by the partner office. For citizens of countries that have a bilateral agreement and a partner scholarship office it is recommended to submit their applications directly to HSB, in the pool system, in case the bilateral agreement does not allow for a specific type of scholarship listed in the pool programme. Applicants are exempt who gained admission to a tuition-free program at an institution of higher education (state-financed university, full-time program), where the working language is different from Hungarian.
The DAAD's extensive scholarship database for foreign students, graduates and academics offers applicants a wide range of tips and information to help them successfully apply for a scholarship for a course of study, a research assignment or a teaching assignment in Germany.
For further information, please visit: https://www.daad.de/en/index.html
Fundatia Dinu Patriciu, Romania
The Open Horizons program is intended for those young people wishing to complete their intellectual and professional training through a Master's or doctoral degree program in famous universities all over the world, but who, due to certain financial reasons, find it impossible to accomplish their dream all by themselves.
For more information please visit: https://www.fundatiadinupatriciu.ro/en/home
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