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Masters Scholarships at Klagenfurt University of Technology. Based on an agreement with the University of Klagenfurt the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research – OeAD has published the call for applications, will accompany the selection process, award the scholarships and offer its services to the selected scholarship holders before and during their stay in Austria.

Eligible Countries: Albania; Algeria; Belarus; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Democratic Republic of Congo; Egypt; Estonia; Greece; Israel; Jordan;  Kosovo; Latvia; Lebanon; Libya; Lithuania; Montenegro; Morocco; North Macedonia; Palestinian territories; Poland; Romania; Russian Federation; Serbia; Slovenia; Syria; Tunisia; Turkey; Ukraine; Uzbekistan.

About the Masters Scholarships at Klagenfurt University of Technology Award: 

The positive development of the regional labour market in the ICT sector has resulted in an increasing demand for skilled professionals.

The University of Klagenfurt is responding to this demand by training highly qualified specialists in the ICT sector and awarding the University of Klagenfurt Technology Scholarships, which aim at

  • increasing the number of highly qualified ICT professionals,
  • enhancing diversity in the Federal State of Carinthia and at the University of Klagenfurt,
  • increasing the number of international students at the University of Klagenfurt, and
  • promoting the University of Klagenfurt’s internationalization efforts.

In cooperation with the Carinthian Chamber of Commerce and Federation of Austrian Industries, scholarship holders will be supported in finding a paid internship in the first year of their Master’s degree programme.

Scholarship holders shall be enabled to finance the second year of their Master’s degree programme with a paid internship, which is part of the curriculum.

Type: Master’s

To be Taken at (Country): Austria

Eligibility: Students who

  • have completed a Bachelor’s degree relevant for one the Master’s degree programmes listed below in one of the following countries/regions: Albania; Algeria; Belarus; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Democratic Republic of Congo; Egypt; Estonia; Greece; Israel; Jordan;  Kosovo; Latvia; Lebanon; Libya; Lithuania; Montenegro; Morocco; North Macedonia; Palestinian territories; Poland; Romania; Russian Federation; Serbia; Slovenia; Syria; Tunisia; Turkey; Ukraine; Uzbekistan

  • can prove very good English language skills (B2, Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – CEFR),
  • are not resident in Austria at the time of application, and
  • want to pursue one of the following Master’s degree programmes at the University of Klagenfurt:

    • Master in Mathematics
    • Master in Informatics
    • Master in Information Management
    • Master in Information and Communications Engineering (ICE):

      • Branch of Study Autonomous Systems and Robotics
      • Branch of Study Networks and Communications
      • Branch of Study Business Engineering

Area of study:

  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science and Business Information Systems
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering

Selection Process of the Masters Scholarships at Klagenfurt University: 

The selection process consists of the following stages:

  1. Examination of the formal requirements
  2. Assessment and evaluation of the application by experts (including a Skype interview)
  3. Final decision by the University of Klagenfurt

Please note: The principle of competition applies to all scholarships, i.e. there is no legal entitlement to a scholarship even if all formal application requirements are fulfilled.

Number of Awards: Maximum 20 scholarships will be awarded for the academic year 2019/20

Value of Award:

  • Monthly scholarship for the duration of max. 12 monthsEUR 650*
  • One-time lump sum for travel costs between EUR 25 and EUR 540

Scholarship holders will be exempted from paying tuition fees for the Master’s degree programme at the University of Klagenfurt.

Scholarship holders will be provided assistance when booking accommodation and applying for student health insurance in Austria

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Duration of Award: 12 months

How to Apply: Exclusively online at https://grants.at

The following documents have to be uploaded with the online application:

  • Completed application form for admission to one of the Master´s degree programmes listed above
  • For applicants from non-EU countries/regions:
    Proof of admission to their selected programme of study at a state or state-recognised university in their home country/regions (“eligibility letter”)
  • Bachelor Certificate* and Transcript of Records of Bachelor’s degree programme
  • Complete Bachelor Thesis (copy of original)
  • Abstract of Bachelor Thesis in German or English
  • Proof of English skills**: Level B2 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, CEFR)
  • Scan of passport (data page with name and photo)
  • Two letters of recommendation by university lecturers from the university at which the Bachelor’s degree is being pursued/was earned (not older than 6 months, stamped by faculty/department).

*In the case that applicants haven’t completed their Bachelor’s degree at the time of application, a Trascript of Records will suffice.

*Information for applicants from Syria: The Austrian Embassy in Damascus indicates that some language tests (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge) might not be currently available in Syria but only in the neighboring countries.

Application Deadline: 20th October 2019

  • It is important to go through all application requirements in the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.

For More Information Visit The Official Award Webpage Here.

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Austrian Scholarships for International Students 2020 is open for application.

Austrian Scholarships for International Students 2020

Foundation of the Republic of Austria is pleased to offer scholarships to international students of high academic ability for 2020 entry.

Scholarships are available for students to pursue research on their diploma or master thesis or their dissertation at scientific research institutions in Austria (e.g. universities, Austrian Academy of Sciences, National Library, National Archive).

Foundation of the Republic of Austria aims to assist international students who require financial assistance with scholarship, specifically for overseas students.

In 2005 the Austrian National Council established the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria by an Act of Parliament, which is to provide scholarships for all areas of education and further education. The scholarships are awarded by the foundation board from funds of the Conciliation Fund of the Republic of Austria for descendants of forced labourers or people coming from countries that have suffered exceptionally from the Nazi regime, particularly from the recruitment of forced labourers.

Applicants must not have studied/pursued research/pursued academic work in Austria in the last six months before taking up the grant.Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.

  • Course Level: Scholarships are available for students to pursue research on their diploma or master thesis or their dissertation at scientific research institutions in Austria (e.g. universities, Austrian Academy of Sciences, National Library, National Archive).
  • Study Subject: Scholarships are offered in diverse fields to help students in upgrading their education.List of Subjects:  Natural Sciences, Technical Sciences, Human Medicine, Health Sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts.
  • Scholarship Award: The scholarships will include:

    • Monthly scholarship installment: 940 EUR
    • Accident and health insurance: if necessary, the OeAD (Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research) will effect an accident and health insurance. The costs for the insurance have to be covered from the scholarship.
    • The OeAD provides scholarship holders with accommodation (student dormitory or apartment). Monthly costs: 220 to 470 EUR (depending on the level of comfort requested by the scholarship holder). The scholarship holder has to pay an administrative fee of 18 EUR/month to the OeAD for the provision of accommodation. The costs for the accommodation have to be covered from the scholarship.
    • Applicants from countries which are neither members of the EU nor members of EFTA, EEA or OECD can be granted a travel allowance of up to max. 500 EUR in addition to the scholarship.

  • Number of Scholarships: Not Known
  • Nationality: International Students
  • Scholarship can be taken in Austria

Eligibility for the Scholarship:

  • Eligible Countries: International Students (except Austria) can apply for these scholarships.
  • Entrance Requirements: Eligible for application are

    • Descendants of forced laborers (regardless of their country of origin)
    • Or people coming from countries that have suffered exceptionally from the Nazi regime, especially from the recruitment of forced laborers.
    • Students meeting the above-mentioned criteria can apply to pursue research
      on their diploma or master thesis or their dissertation.
    • No scholarships are awarded for Bachelor-, Master- or Doctoral/PhD studies pursued in Austria, summer courses, language courses, clinical trainee ships or internships.
    • Applicants must not have studied/pursued research/pursued academic work in Austria in the last six months before taking up the grant.
    • Age limit: Doctoral students: 40 years at the time of submission of the application (for the application deadline March 1, 2015: born on or after March 1, 1975)
      for other students: 35 years at the time of submission of the application (for the application deadline March 1, 2015: born on or after March 1, 1980)

  • English Language Requirements: Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.

Application Procedure:

The mode of applying is online.

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How to Apply for the Austrian Scholarships for International Students: 

The following documents have to be uploaded for the online application:

  • fully completed Online Application form “Application for a Scholarship of the Scholarship Foundation of the Republic of Austria” including a CV and a project plan, describing the plans and completed  preparatory work for the research stay in Austria
  • two letters of recommendation from university lecturers. For these letters of recommendation no specific form is required; they have to contain the letterhead, date and signature of the person recommending the applicant and the stamp of the university / department and must be no older than six months at the time of application
  • confirmation of supervision by a supervisor at the chosen Austrian university, university of applied sciences or research institution
  • scanned passport (showing the name and picture of the applicant)
  • university graduation certificate of diploma, master, PhD or doctoral studies at a university outside Austria resp. proof of enrollment at a study programme at a university outside Austria
  • for descendants of forced labourers: processing number or photocopy of the letter of information or other relevant proofs.

Application Deadline:

 September 1, 2020

For More Details Visit the Official Scholarship Website

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Complete Guide To Countries Where You Can Study Abroad For Free:- In life we all wish to have the best education, and one thing that comes to our mind is going abroad to seek for better and quality education.

Studying in a foreign country is a great way to get a degree while traveling and enjoying other cultures.

However, studying abroad can come at a cost, especially if you do a full degree abroad.

Going abroad for a semester or two will relieve most of the costs, especially with programs that offer grants to promote studying abroad like Erasmus+.

Sometimes, studying abroad can actually be a lot cheaper than studying at home.

When tuition for college or university is getting higher and higher in your country, it is a great time to start researching possibilities abroad.

In this article (Complete Guide To Countries Where You Can Study Abroad For Free), you will find out about the countries that will welcome you to study there for free at any public university.

Countries Where Can Study Abroad For Free

GERMANY

In Germany, anyone can attend public university for free. This includes all international students, of any age or nationality.

If you don’t speak German, you will still have plenty of courses to choose from. On bachelor level, you will have 57 courses to choose from on Bachelor level and 525 courses on Master level (according to the German Academic Exchange Service, in 2018).

Public university requires no tuition, but depending on the university you will have to pay a small fee per semester to cover administration costs. This is often no more than €250.

If you are a citizen of the European Union, European Economic Area or Switzerland, you can enter Germany with just an ID.

Once you have found accommodation, you should make an appointment with the residents’ registration office (Einwohnermeldeamt).

There you’ll receive a document stating your right to remain in Germany.

Students that come from Andorra, Australia, Brazil, Canada, El Salvador, Honduras, Israel, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, San Marino, South Korea or the United States can enter Germany without a visa if they intend to stay only three months for their study and do not work in Germany (limited side work during studies is allowed).

If you are from one of these countries but like to stay longer than three months (for example to do a full degree abroad), you will need a visa.

If you are not from any of the countries above, you will need a visa to enter Germany and to study there.

You can apply for a student visa straightaway if you have already been accepted to a university.

If you don’t have a letter of acceptance yet or have to enter Germany to complete an entrance examination, you will need a prospective student visa.

Prospective student visas are only valid for three months but can be extended if you are accepted to a university or a German language course.

Even though your education will be free, you still need to have some money. To get a German student visa, you will have to prove that you (or your parents) can pay for your living costs for at least the first year while studying in Germany.

You can provide this proof by providing an income form of one or both of your parents, a security deposit in a blocked account (which you won’t be able to access until you arrive in Germany), a banker’s guarantee or a scholarship recognized in Germany.

NORWAY

Like in Germany, any international student can attend public university in Norway for free.

However, keep in mind that the cost of living is one of the highest in Norway.

Most of the universities have some courses offered in English, which are listed as such in the course catalog on their websites.

Norwegian programs are still more prominent on any level, so if you speak Norwegian you have even more courses to choose from.

To attend university, you will only have to pay a small mandatory fee. This is usually about 500 to 1,000 Norwegian Krone (US$ 60-100)  each semester.

Citizens from a Nordic country can move to or within Norway and will just have to report their move at a selected tax office for an ID check.

These Nordic countries are Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Students from the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland can study (and live and work) in Norway without a study permit.

They will have to register with the local police if they are planning to stay for more than three months in Norway to obtain a registration certificate.

Students from outside of the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland will have to apply for a student permit.

To get this permit, you will (again) have to prove you have sufficient savings for the academic year.

The high cost of living shows through in the savings requirement. In 2018, the amount of savings you will need for a student permit is 116,369 Norwegian Krone (about US$ 15,000).

You will find other document requirements for your student visa on the website of the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration.

ICELAND

If you would like to get a degree in Iceland, you will have 4 public universities to choose from.

English-taught courses are limited and mostly on postgraduate level. However, no tuition fees are charged to anyone, so you’ll only have to pay a registration fee of around ISK 75,000 (around US$ 700).

Students from countries outside of the European Union, European Economic Area or Switzerland that plan to study in Iceland for more than three months, need to apply for a student residence permit.

To be eligible for a student permit, you will need to have some serious money saved before you leave.

The savings threshold is set at 163,635 Icelandic Króna (about US$ 1,500) per month.

Since student permits are generally issued for six months at a time, you will have to show that you have enough savings for at least six months.

The savings should be shown through balance in your own account, be granted by regular support (e.g. disability or unemployment) payments or as a study grant or study loan.

Students on a student permit are allowed to work up to 15 hours per week.

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FRANCE

Technically, you’ll have to pay tuition to attend university in France. However, the yearly fee is incredibly low since public universities are state-funded.

Tuition for one year at Bachelor’s level is only €181 and €250 for graduate degrees in 2018.

Doctorate degrees are all €380 and engineering school will cost a bit more at €596.

The yearly fee you pay through all two, three or four years you will be attending university will still be less than paying the registration fee in, for example, Iceland.

You will also have plenty of programs to choose from that are taught in English at both Bachelor and Master level.

Students from the European Union, European Economic Area or Switzerland do not need a visa to study in France.

If you are a citizen of any other country, you will have to apply for a student visa. Depending on the length of your stay, you should apply to one of the three available visas.

The first visa is the Schengen student visa. This visa is issued free of charge, but only valid for three months and not renewable.

If you need to make entrance exams in France, you will need another visa, the visa de court séjour étudiant concours.

When you pass your exams on this visa and pass, you can apply for a one-year, renewable residences permit.

If you are planning to study in France for a longer period, you will have to apply for a temporary student visa that allows you to stay up to six months or a long-stay student visa that will allow you to stay for the full duration of your study period that is more than six months.

Like in other countries where you can study for free, you will have to show that you have enough funds to support your stay and tuition. The minimum amount of savings required to show is set at €615 per month.

Complete Guide To Countries Where You Can Study Abroad For Free – FOR SOME 

AUSTRIA

Tuition at public universities is free for citizens of countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area.

They will only have to pay tuition if they don’t manage to finish their degree within the minimum duration of their study, plus two semesters of tolerance.

After these two semesters, any student from the European Union and European Economic Area (including Austrian students) have to pay €363.36 per semester.

Students from other countries have to pay tuition for €726.72 per semester. In 2018, over 200 programs are taught in English.

If you have German proficiency, you could also study in German in Austria.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Studying in the Czech Republic is free by law, but only for Czech-taught programs. If you have Czech proficiency, you will have plenty of free courses to choose from.

The Czech Republic also offers over 1,000 programmes taught in English, but you will have to pay tuition.

The amount of tuition depends on the degree and could be anywhere from zero to over 50,000 Czech Koruna (about €20,000 or US$ 24,000) per year.

Luckily, the possibly hefty tuition fee is balanced out by the low cost of living in the Czech Republic. When you apply for a student visa.

you will have to show you have 15 times the amount of the existential minimum to live in the Czech Republic, which is only 2200 Czech Koruna (about €85 or USS$ 100) for the first month.

For any following month, you should be able to show 4400 Czech Koruna. Students from the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland will not have to apply for a Czech student visa.

DENMARK

Students from the European Union and European Economic Area are entitled to tuition-free higher education in Denmark.

International students from countries outside of the European Union and European Economic Area will have to pay up to €16,000 per year. Danish universities offer more than 600 programmes taught in English.

FINLAND

Finnish universities used to be tuition-free for all, but since 2017 only citizens from the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland are exempt from paying tuition.

This is also the case for third-country citizens who hold a permanent Finnish residence permit or long-term EU residence permit.

The costs for students from other countries are now set by the universities and range between €4,000 and €18,000 per year.

Studies and research on PhD level and studies in Finnish or Swedish are still free for anyone who is admitted.

GREECE

Undergraduate degrees are free for any student that is a citizen of a country of the European Union or European Economic Area.

Any third-country students will have to pay around €1,500 per year towards tuition, which often includes textbooks.

Together with the relatively low cost of living, Greece could be an affordable destination to study abroad.

English-taught degrees are common at Master’s level but also offered for undergraduate degrees.

POLAND

Students that are citizens of the European Union or European Economic Area countries or hold the Karta Polaka can study full-time for free in Poland. Other foreigners will have to pay tuition fees that are set by the public or private university. More than 400 programs in Poland are taught in English.

SCOTLAND

Whether you have to pay tuition in Schotland, is determined by your nationality and the country where you normally live.

European students who normally live in Scotland or anywhere in the European Union or European Economic area will not have to pay tuition for an undergraduate degree.

Their tuition will be covered by the Student Awards Agency Scotland. Students who normally live in England, Wales, Northern Ireland or anywhere else outside of the European Union will have to pay tuition in full.

SLOVENIA

Bachelor and master level degrees are free for full-time students that are citizens of European Union countries or citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, the Republics of Macedonia and Serbia.

Students from other countries will have to pay a tuition fee set by the individual university.

SWEDEN

Students that are citizens of Switzerland, a European Union, European Economic Area or Nordic country are not only exempted from paying tuition in Sweden, but also from the mandatory application fee for programs on both Bachelor and Master level.

This means students from these countries will not even have to pay a penny throughout the whole application process.

Citizens of other countries will have to pay tuition, set by the university and varying from 80,000 to 200,000 Swedish Krona. Plenty of courses are taught in English.

If you are looking for a doctorate position, you are in luck. Because PhD studies in Sweden are not taught, but research-based, candidates from any nationality will not have to pay any fees (and will be offered a monthly salary!).

CONCLUSION On The Complete Guide To Countries Where You Can Study Abroad For Free

If you are from Europe, you will have plenty of choices to study for free. Also, nationals from countries outside of Europe are able to study abroad for next to nothing. Studying in one of these countries for free is an amazing chance to explore Europe while working on your own future.

I hope this (Complete Guide To Countries Where You Can Study Abroad For Free) post helps? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section, and also share to your friends and families.

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