The KI-DIS Fellowship is a co-funded, merit-based fellowship covering up to 200 000 SEK in tuition fees for two semesters (one year) to any of KI’s nine Global Master’s Programmes. This would apply to a one-year master’s program, or the first year of a two-year master’s programme. The fellowship is available annually beginning with the 2020-21 academic year, to a DIS alumnus who studied in either Stockholm or Copenhagen.
Who can apply?
To be eligible for the KI - DIS Scholarship you must:
- have applied to one of Karolinska Institutet's Global Master's Programmes starting 2020*
- be a tuition fee paying student (from outside the EU/EEA)
- have studied with DIS in either Stockholm or Copenhagen
- have paid the application fee by 3 February 2020
- fulfil the entry and documentation requirements for the programme you have applied for
Only first year students are eligible to apply.
*Please note that Molecular Techniques in Life Science is given by KTH Royal Institute of Technology and therefore not eligible for this fellowship.
How do I apply?
The online application to the KI - DIS Fellowship will be open 15 October 2019 – 16 January 2020. The application form will be available on this website during the application period.
The selection process is based on an overall assessment of the applicant's CV and qualifications that are submitted via UniversityAdmissions and evaluated in connection with the application for a KI Global Master's programme. Fellowship awardees will be personally notified 24 April.
What does the KI – DIS Fellowship cover?
The KI – DIS Fellowship covers the tuition fee for two semesters. Travel, living expenses and other costs must be met with other funding. For students admitted to our 2-year programmes, the second year of studies must be met with other funding.
Please note that the KI – DIS Fellowship covers the tuition fee for students enrolled at a Global Master's Programme at Karolinska Institutet and cannot be used for other studies.
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