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Once you have been accepted on the CoPeCo programme at KMH you will be able to apply for several scholarships to support your studies during the three semesters abroad.
Please note that scholarships are not allocated automatically to students accepted on the CoPeCo programme. For the scholarships listed below the application process takes place through the institutional coordinator. In some cases it might be necessary to start applying as soon as you have been accepted on the programme as deadlines can be quite early on in the year and the application process may take time. Please contact the programme administrator or the scholarship coordinators for more information regarding the application requirements and deadlines!
Scholarships available to KMH students of all nationalities for studying abroad
Nordplus supports students in the Nordic countries only. In the framework of CoPeCo you will be able to apply for this scholarship to study at EAMT in Tallinn during semester 1 of the programme. The monthly grant is currently 200 EUR, complemented by a travel grant. You will need to apply for this scholarship in spring 2014, as soon as you have been accepted on the CoPeCo programme.
The European programme Erasmus+ supports student mobility to the institutions with which KMH has already an Erasmus+ agreement, including all the CoPeCo partners. Please note that Erasmus+ scholarship covers one academic year (two semesters) maximum and you can apply for one even if you have already received an Erasmus scholarship during your undergraduate studies. You will need to apply for the scholarship in the spring preceding your exchange. Application deadline at KMH is 15 February.
To apply for Nordplus or Erasmus+ scholarships please contact Maarit HÃ¤mÃ¤lÃ¤inen, the international coordinator at KMH
Scholarships for non EU/EEA/Switzerland students
Every year KMH offers to one of its Master’s students from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland a scholarship covering tuition fees for two academic years. KMH does not offer any other scholarship to international students.
For information please contact please contact Maarit HÃ¤mÃ¤lÃ¤inen, the international coordinator at KMH
The Swedish Institute offers various scholarships to students from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland. Please check Study in Sweden for more information.