The University of Innsbruck would like to offer Masters Scholarships for Peace Studies programme. These scholarships are available for students who have a difficult economic background.
The Peace Studies Fund aims to support students of the MA Program in Peace Studies by contributing to the program’s existing scholarship.
Deadline: February 15, 2018
The University of Innsbruck is a public university in Innsbruck, the capital of the Austrian federal state of Tyrol founded in 1669 and today, with more than 28,000 students. With more than 4,500 employees, it is the largest and most important research and educational institution in Western Austria. Located in the heart of the Alps, the University of Innsbruck offers the best conditions for successful research and teaching.
International rankings confirm the leading role of the University of Innsbruck in basic research. In this successful environment, the 16 faculties offer a wide range of studies across all disciplines. Through numerous partnerships, the University has partnered with educational and research institutions around the world to promote international exchange in research and teaching.
Course Level: These scholarships are available to pursue a master degree.
Study Subject: These scholarships are awarded in the field of Peace Studies.
Scholarship Award: Tuition is payable exempt from any expenses to the Tyrolean Institute for Higher Education.
Number of Scholarships: Number of scholarship is not given.
Scholarship can be taken in Austria
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
- Eligible Countries: International applicants are eligible for these scholarships.
- Entrance Requirements: Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.
- English Language Requirements: If applicant’s first language is not English, a recent TOEFL test. Students who wish to take courses in English, and whose native language is not English must provide official English language test scores: TOEFL, IELTS or FIRST. This requirement may under certain circumstances be waived for students who are non-native speakers of English but have completed their third-level education in English
Application forms have to be sent to the office in Austria. Students who are admitted academically will be accepted formally if the payment of their deposit is proven.
How to Apply:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three recent photographs (passport size) | Drei Passfotos jüngeren Datums
- Three copies of your passport | Drei Kopien des Reisepasses
- Two letters of recommendation (from individuals, other than family members, who are familiar with your academic and/or professional abilities)
- An application essay of 300 words. Please write an essay providing your reasons for applying to this program, Applicants main areas of interest in the program, and how you hope to benefit from the program. This essay should be written in English for those students who wish to participate in any courses instructed in English.
- Two copies of your Bachelor’s Degree (or its equivalent) and transcripts.
- Health certificate indicating current state of health.
- The filled in and signed University Inscription Form.
- Copy of a document proving that you have medical coverage. This must include insurance against sickness and accidents and cover the costs of hospitalization and repatriation.
- Citizens of EU countries are only required the E-111 application form and the document or card needed in their own country to receive medical care.
- Copy of proof of insurance against theft, loss, etc. The Program is not liable for such occurrences with valuables.
Visit the Official Scholarship Website for more details.