Each year, Halmstad University provides a number of tuition-free scholarships to students from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland. These scholarships are available to students from any field of study who are applying to our Master’s programs at Halmstad University.
The Halmstad University Scholarship will be taken from the tuition charge and will pay 25% or 50% of the tuition fee. The scholarship does not cover living expenses, and no scholarships are available for family members.
Scholarship applications for fall semester courses were accepted from March 9 through March 16. After the First Notification of Selection Results on April 7, Halmstad University contacted the scholarship beneficiaries by email.
- Scholarships from Halmstad University
Level/Field(s) of study:
- Applicants to Master’s program studies at Halmstad University
Number of Scholarships:
- Not Specified
- Citizens from non-EU/EEA countries
- Applicants attending Halmstad University’s Master’s course have the possibility to apply for two distinct scholarships, one granted by Halmstad University and one offered by the Swedish Institute.
- The Halmstad University Scholarship will be taken from the tuition charge and will pay 25% or 50% of the tuition fee. The scholarship does not cover living expenses, and no scholarships are available for family members.
Scholarships are awarded based on academic excellence, such as good scores in previous educational programs, as well as qualities that the university believes to be in keeping with the university’s aims for education or research.
- The scholarship will be given for one semester initially but will be automatically renewed for the remainder of the study program (2 or 4 semesters) if the study results are good.
- If you have been given a Halmstad University Scholarship, you must fulfill the scholarship criteria as well as the requirements for academic development in order to maintain the scholarship for the duration of the program. Please review your program/course curriculum to ensure you are aware of the criteria you must meet.
- Students who discontinue their studies or seek a leave of absence (study break) will no longer satisfy the scholarship criteria.
- Before applying through University Admissions, please read the regulations for more information on the selection process and scholarship criteria.
keeping the scholarship
- – Scholarship winners who were funded for a two-year program but are later admitted to one-year programs in the same topic can finish the second term while still earning the scholarship.
- – Scholarship holders who are accepted to a one-year program after receiving funding for a two-year program lose their access to financing for the third and fourth terms.
- – Scholarship winners who obtained money for a two-year program must have completed 60 credits in the educational program for which the scholarship was provided prior to the third term in order for the possible increase in funding to occur.
- Applications open on March 9–16 at the latest and conclude on the same day as the deadline for completing the application in the first admission round for foreign Master’s programs.
- The applicant is responsible for submitting the information requested by the university.
- Passports, diplomas, transcripts, and CVs are examples of documents that can be used to support a scholarship application. Documents are exclusively handled via www.universityadmissions.se and the admissions system NyA. The applicant might include more information in the web-based form.
- Additional content cannot be contributed to applications that have already been evaluated. The given information will be used by the institution to process the application in accordance with relevant legislation.
If you wish to find other Swedish scholarships, you can start your search here. We have listed other scholarships both fully and partially funded scholarships combined.
Read more about the scholarship here.