The University of Gävle in Sweden offers a maximum tuition fee award of 75% to the most brilliant and high-performing candidates. The University offers you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study at an eco-certified university with all majors and courses conveniently accessible. It is a world leader in teaching and research towards a more sustainable human living environment.
The institution provides 45 master’s and bachelor’s degrees, as well as 800 courses in technology, social and natural sciences, and humanities. The KTH research school, a collaboration between the university and the Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, provides postgraduate study at the Ph.D level. Professor Christer snowstorm currently directs the KTH research school, which has multiple professorships specialized in various disciplines such as geographic information systems or GeoInformatics. The University of Gävle was awarded the right to confer a PhD degree in “Built Environment” (“Byggd miljö”) in June 2010 and “Health in Working Life” (“Hälsofrämjande arbetsliv”) in 2012.
The campus’s facilities are made up of numerous structures that have been utilized by the Swedish infantry since 1909. The military stopped using the buildings in 1993, and the university’s new campus opened in 1997. A new library was constructed to the site in 2006.
Eligibility requirements for the University of Gävle’s 2023 International Scholarship Program
Candidates must be citizens of any country.
Applicants must have a high school diploma and a solid academic record.
Applicants must demonstrate English ability at the higher level required by the University.
International countries are eligible.
Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees
The value of the awards is a 75% discount in the tuition charge.
The number of awards is not specified.
Application Procedure: Applicants must apply for admission to this university. Before submitting the online application form for this prize, all fields must be completed after admission.
The application deadline is February 5, 2023.