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Scholarships available for EU students

Special fellowships are available for students from EU countries!

Will you be graduating with a Bachelors degree this year, or did you recently graduate? And are you looking for a challenging and internationally orientated Masters study in the field of Geo-Information, Environment and Natural Resources?

Then this may be interesting for you:

In September 2013 we will start again with the Erasmus Mundus Master of Science course on “Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation for Environmental Modelling and Management (GEM)”, and we have fellowships available for students from EU countries!

The course has a duration of 22 months and will be coordinated by the Faculty ITC of the University of Twente (The Netherlands).

We cooperate with the following partner universities:

-           University of Sydney (Australia)

-           University of Lund (Sweden)

-           University of Southampton (UK)

-           University of Warsaw (Poland)

-           University of Iceland (Iceland)

While spending time in at least 2 of the European countries, you will gain valuable insight into the academic, social and cultural diversity of northern Europe. This is a unique opportunity to discover other European countries and cultures!

Our MSc course has been selected for a 2nd 5 year cycle of European Union funding support, allowing us to continue to offer prestigious scholarships to outstanding candidates from the EU, as well as non-EU.

For students from the European Union we now have some full scholarships available!!

These MSc scholarships are including costs of course fees, insurance, study materials and 500 Euro per month for living expenses. And should you decide to spend a part of your study with our partner in Australia, travel expenses will also be covered.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION

The deadline for applications is on the 1rst January 2013 so apply soon!!

www.gem-msc.org/application/general


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  • Lunds Universitet