Ministry of Foreign Affairs Scholarship 2022 for Postgraduate International Business Administration Master's Programme
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS) is delighted to announce the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) one-year scholarship for 2 students from Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine. This scholarship is open to a full-time student undertaking the International Business Administration Master's (IBA) programme at the EUAS and starting their study in September 2022.
This opportunity is open to students from Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine. To be considered for the scholarship the student must: • be a citizen of and resident in Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine during the application process • have been accepted for a full-time IBA Master's programme September 2022 intake at the EUAS • self-funding student (not holding a scholarship nor be fully sponsored)
• The successful candidate will be awarded a scholarship that covers full tuition fees and pays a monthly stipend from September 2022- June 2023. • The scholarship will be initially awarded for the autumn semester and will be extended on merit until June 2023. • Total amount for one years is 9234 EUR. • Self-financing is 486 EUR.
How to apply?
Please follow the application process on our website as there is no separate application form for the scholarship. All applicants from Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine gaining an admission for the IBA Master’s programme are automatically considered for the two MFA’s firs year scholarships. The scholarship is allocated to the two best applicants from Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine based on the admissions ranking list. If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our Admission Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application deadline is 31 of May 2022. Applications that have not been accompanied by a confirmation of admission to the EUAS by the application deadline will not be processed.
Estonian Development Cooperation scholarships are funded by the Estonian Foreign Ministry’s Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid funds.