The Richard C. Malmsten Memorial Foundation Scholarship
Students who have applied for and been admitted to one of the School of Business, Economics and Law’s (SBEL) Master’s programmes and are required to pay tuition fee for education in Sweden can be awarded this scholarship. The scholarship is available for the 2019 admission and covers part of the tuition fee, specifically 100 000 SEK over two years. This means that students will get a tuition fee waiver of 25 000 SEK per semester.
Selection of students
The selection of students will first of all be based on the valid GMAT result or GRE General Test result (minimum score 350), sent to the School of Business, Economics and Law. Second, if there are available scholarships, students without GMAT or GRE General Test result can be selected. In that case students are ranked according to number of higher education credits from the Bachelor´s degree (maximum 225). If students have been offered any of the scholarships from the Swedish Institute or the study scholarships offered by University of Gothenburg, they will not qualify for the The Richard C Malmsten Memorial Foundation Scholarship. The selection of students for the scholarship is made by the SBEL selection committee and is not applicable for appeal.
The scholarship is available for students who have been admitted and have accepted their study place to a Master’s programme at SBEL starting in August 2019 and ending in June 2021.
How to apply
Apply by registering your contact info together with information about your GMAT/GRE General Test result in the electronic application form. The selection of students will be finalized in the beginning of May. Please note! You are not required to send in any documents besides the GMAT/GRE test result (sent from your test center or test organization directly to the School of Business, Economics and Law).
The Richard C. Malmsten Memorial Foundation Scholarships are administered by the University of Gothenburg. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.
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