Scholarship offered by University of Graz, Austria
As part of the EU-Programme ERASMUS+ Mobility with Partner Countries, the University of Graz in collaboration with the University of Shkodra “Luigj Gurakuqi” offers 1 scholarship in Psychology and Social Work (bachelor student for one semester).
More information on Graz University you can find in the following link
This scholarship is offered in the framework of program titled: International Credit Mobility financed by EU. This program enables students of Shkodra University to go to University of Graz. Students are able to study at Graz University for a period of 5.5 months (Summer Semester: 05.03.2018 – 29.06.2018) for which credits are obtained. After the mobility phase, the students return to their sending institution to complete their studies.
The list of all possible courses can be found in the following link:
Who can apply?
Applications are welcome from Bachelor students enrolled at Shkodra University.
Which requirements are necessary?
- applicants have to be enrolled as a full-time-student at the University of Shkodra in a BA programme that will lead to an accepted degree;
- the first year of BA students needs to be completed at the time of application;
- the grant is tied to a successful completion of a full semester at the University of Graz;
- scholarshipholders must not receive financial support from any another EU-programme at the same time;
Required documents for the application:
- Curriculum vitae
- Transcript of records
- Letter of intent (what is your motivation and your focus to study in Graz?)
- List of courses you wish to take
- An international Certificate of German or English Language depending on language instruction of the study program he/she wants to attend.
- The application has to be handed in English.
All documents have to be sent electronically as one pdf-file at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assessment of the applications
A selection committee with members from Shkodra University will pre - select the applications.
Application deadline: 24 September 2017