- [Europe] Erasmus Mundus Doctoral Programme on Marine Ecosystem Health and Conservation
- [Switzerland] Master Grants at University of Lausanne
- [Norway] Bachelor, Master & PhD Scholarships for Students from Developing Countries at SIU
Erasmus Mundus Doctoral Programme on Marine Ecosystem Health and Conservation
The MARES PhD scholarship programme is for EU and Non-EU students. MARES is a three-year world-class Joint Doctoral Programme offered by a consortium of 24 partner institutions (11 full partners and 13 associated members) originating from 14 countries. Ghent University (Belgium) is the coordinator of MARES. All MARES doctoral candidates will study with two of the partner institutions and will be awarded a joint Ph.D. degree (Doctorate in Marine Sciences). The MARES doctorate programme includes a compulsory collaboration between at least two partners (and/or associated partners) during the preparation of the doctorate. Therefore, institutional mobility and placements of minimum 6 months is foreseen at the start of the doctoral period by involving at least two MARES partners per doctoral subject. At least one of the partners should be eligible to award the doctorate degree; this partner will be acting as the `main doctorate promotor`.
Master Grants at University of Lausanne
To facilitate access to Master`s degrees by students with qualifications from foreign universities, the University of Lausanne makes available around ten Master`s grants which are awarded on a competitive basis. Founded in 1537, the University of Lausanne is composed of seven faculties where approximately 12,400 students and 2,300 researchers work and study. Emphasis is placed on an interdisciplinary approach, with close cooperation between students, professors and teaching staff.
Candidates must choose a Master`s programme from among those offered by the UNIL, except the Master of Medicine. The grant may not be used for any complementary studies required to enroll on the Master`s degree and may not be used for EMBAs or Masters of Advanced studies.
Bachelor, Master & PhD Scholarships for Students from Developing Countries at SIU
The Norwegian government provides students from developing countries in the South and countries in the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe and in Central Asia (to view the list of countries, please click here) with financial support to study for a degree in Norway under the Quota Scheme.
The Quota Scheme currently provides funding for a total of 1,100 students, 800 of them from developing countries in the South and 300 from countries in the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe and in Central Asia. The Scheme is quite popular both with the Norwegian institutions involved and among eligible students, most of whom are highly qualified in their field of study. Every year the number of applicants far exceeds the number of students admitted under the scheme.
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