The University of OSlo is delighted to call on eligible applicants to apply for the Fully-funded International Scholarships At University of Oslo 2018,all applications are to be submitted before the deadline as listed.
The International Summer School – ISS offers Norway scholarships to applicants from certain countries. Competition for ISS’ scholarships is very tough and funds are limited. The ISS only offers scholarships to applicants to the International Summer School, not to applicants to full degrees at the University of Oslo.
What You Need to Know about the Scholarship
The University of Oslo is a leading European university and Norway’s largest. UiO is home to outstanding research and offers a great variety in study options.
The University of Oslo, until 1939 named the Royal Frederick University, is the oldest university in Norway, located in the Norwegian capital of Oslo
LEVEL/ FIELD OF STUDY:
The scholarship is available for Masters and Bachelors Short courses.
Scholarship is To be taken in Norway at University of Oslo
Countries in Africa, Asia, Oceania, Central America and South America are welcome to apply for this scholarship.
Value of Scholarships: Fully-funded and partial scholarships
Who Is Eligible For The Fully-funded International Scholarships At University of Oslo:
- Citizens from the above mentioned countries can apply for a full or partial scholarships for Master’s courses.
- Candidates must demonstrate that their academic and professional background are the same as the course they are applying for. For example, a person with an engineering degree will not be considered for a course in human rights or peace studies.
- Applicants who are enrolled at one of UiO’s partner institutions in Central America and South America may also apply for both full and partial scholarships for Master’s courses.
How to Apply For The Fully-funded International Scholarships At University of Oslo:
It is important to read the ISS Terms and Conditions for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
Application Deadline: February annually