Out of close to 700 foundations managed through the Endowment Administration, the majority are aimed at students, researchers and others who are active within Lund University.
The faculties’ travel and research grants are open for applications twice a year, in February and September. Most of these are intended for researchers, doctoral students, lecturers and suchlike but a few of them can also be applied for by students in the first and second cycle. Applications are made directly in the application system.
Lund University takes part in several Erasmus Mundus Action 2 projects. The programme promotes cooperation, development and mobility between higher education institutions in Europe and a great variety of non-European countries and regions around the world. Scholarships are provided for the mobility of students, researchers and academic staff. If you are from a non- EU/EEA country or region that is included in one of the projects, you may be able to apply for a scholarship to cover the tuition fees and living costs when studying at Lund University. To be eligible you cannot have been in a EU/EEA country for more than 12 months during the past 5 years.
Please note that some of the projects only offer scholarships to PhD students or to Post-Docs and staff, whereas others also have scholarships for Master’s and Bachelor’s students. Not all programmes or courses are available via the projects and therefore you must check if the programme or course that you wish to take is on offer within the specific projects.
To find out if you are eligible and if your programme/course is on offer, please see the website of the specific lot that you want to apply through.
Other foundations have separate application periods spread throughout the year, with peaks at the beginning of each semester. Applications are made directly in the application system.
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