International Fashion Academy Scholarship For Undergraduate & Postgraduate Students
- All applicants to our scholarships at this level need to be high school graduates over 18 years of age.
- Non-native English speakers need to provide an IELTS score of 6.0 or above, or a TOEFL score of 79 or above.
- For scholarships covering the entire 3 years, applicants need to be a high school graduate in the recent 2 years without any further higher education.
- All applicants to our scholarships at this level need to be bachelor graduates, preference will be given to candidates with background in Business Administration, Marketing, Media & Communication and Fashion Design related fields.
- At least 3 years of relevant working experience.
- Non-native English speakers need to provide an IELTS score of 7.0 or above, or a TOEFL score of 96 or above.
- A full scholarship represents the total tuition fees.
- A half-scholarship represents half of the tuition fees.
- A ‘super scholarship’ of 5000 euros in cash will be awarded to the scholarship recipient seen as the most talented and promising.
- All scholarships are open to both domestic and international students.
- You can apply for a scholarship from December 1st 2015 to March 31st 2016.
- You just need to send the documents specified below to email@example.com
- The administrative fee is 50 € per application, to be paid via PayPal. You will receive this payment link once you have submitted your application to us by email.
- For each program, the five best applicants will be selected and interviewed.
- Scholarship winners will be announced on May 1st 2016.
- December 1st 2015: Opening of the scholarship applications.
- March 31st 2016: Application deadline.
- April 18th 2016: Selection of the successful candidates.
- May 1st 2016: Scholarship winners announced.
Please find the number of scholarships per program, as well as required documents in the table below
For 2016, we are giving out scholarships in the total record amount of $163,500.
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