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Master’s Scholarships for International Students at University of Bern in Switzerland, 2014/15

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University of Bern is offering  master’s scholarships for foreign students. Six outstanding foreign students are eligible for monthly financial support for the duration of a master’s programme. The Master Grant is awarded for all programmes offered by the University of Bern with the exception of Biomedical Science. The monthly payment is 1’600 Swiss Francs (for further information on costs of living in Switzerland). The Grant is first awarded for a period of 13 months starting 1st September 2014. Application should be submitted till 30th November 2013.

Study Subject(s): Scholarships are provided to learn any of the courses (exception of Biomedical Science) offered by University of Bern in Switzerland.
Course Level: The scholarships are available for pursuing master’s degree level at University of Bern in Switzerland.
Scholarship Provider: University of Bern, Switzerland
Scholarship can be taken at: Switzerland

Eligibility:-Whose permanent domicile at the time of application is outside of Switzerland, and who obtained their Bachelor’s degree outside of Switzerland.

  • Whose Bachelor’s degree is in the relevant field of study.
  • Who will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree no later than July 2014.

Scholarship Open for International Students:International students can apply for the scholarships.

Scholarship Description:University of BernSix outstanding foreign students are eligible for monthly financial support for the duration of a Master’s programme. The Master Grant is awarded for all programmes offered by the University of Bern with the exception of Biomedical Science. For more information about the offered programmes please visit Master-Programmes as well as Faculties.

Number of award(s): Six scholarships are offered.

Duration of award(s): The Grant is first awarded for a period of 13 months starting 1 September 2014. When the Grantee demonstrates academic progress, the Grant is prolonged for the entire regular duration of the Master’s programme.

What does it cover? The monthly payment is 1’600 Swiss Francs (for further information on costs of living in Switzerland).
The Grant is first awarded for a period of 13 months starting 1 September 2014. When the Grantee demonstrates academic progress, the Grant is prolonged for the entire regular duration of the Master’s programme.

Selection criteria: Not Known

Notification: The International Office will communicate with applicants in the following manner:

  • Upon arrival of the documents, all applicants will receive an acknowledge of receipt per e-mail
  • After the first evaluation, rejected applicants will receive an e-mail (about January 2014)
  • After the second evaluation stage, rejected applicants will receive an e-mail (about March 2014)
  • Applicants who are nominated or put on the waiting list will receive an e-mail (End of March/Beginning April 2014)

How to Apply: The mode of applying is by post. The Application Must Contain:

  • The application form;
  • A motivation letter, integrated in the application form, in the language of instruction of the chosen Master’s programme;
  • Recommendation letters by two professors of the home university. These must be printed on official letterhead and duly signed;
  • A certificate of language proficiency in the language of instruction, e.g. TOEFL, Goethe-certificate, etc, (Level: German C1, English B2);
  • One photocopy of the Bachelor’s degree or a confirmation (no older than three months) from the home university that the applicant will graduate by the end of July 2014;
  • One photocopy of the transcript of records;
  • One photocopy of the baccalaureate (school-leaving or university entrance certificate).

Scholarship Application Deadline: The application deadline is 30 November 2013.

Further Official Scholarship Information and Application


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