About Lund University Global Scholarship
Lund University Global Scholarship 2022/2023 For Bachelor’s & Master’s Studies is now open to applications from interested candidates, this scholarship is targeted toward high-achieving students from across the globe. Lund University Global Scholarship recipients have a track record of consistently high grades in previous studies and have been deemed a good fit for our programs.
The Lund University Global Scholarship program is worth approximately SEK 18 million (€1.7 million / US $1.8 million), which is usually awarded in each scholarship grant each year. The Global Scholarship is a competitive, merit-based scholarship for top academic students from outside the EU/EEA. Lund University is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world, and it is ranked in the top 0.4% of universities worldwide, so it is no surprise that it has attracted high-achieving students from all over the world over the years.
In other to be eligible to apply for the Global Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- To be eligible, applicants must be citizens of a country outside the EU/EEA (and Switzerland) and are required to pay a tuition fee
- It is expected for applicants to complete an application for Bachelor’s or Master’s level studies at Lund University in a regular application round for a minimum of one semester of study (30 ECTS).
- Priority is given to students who have ranked a program at Lund University as the first choice in their application at universityadmissions.se.
- Current students studying at Lund University should refer to the information about scholarships for current students.
You cannot apply if:
- The admission requirements to Lund University are not met
- You’re yet to select a Lund University program/course as your first choice/choices at universityadmissions.se
- If You are unable to secure the necessary fund needed to cover living costs, as required by the Swedish Migration Agency
During the online scholarship application, you need to upload the following documents:
- Scholarship motivation letter of 600 words in the scholarship application portal.
- The motivation letter should explain why your academic performance and reasons for applying to Lund University make you a suitable potential recipient for a Lund University Global Scholarship.
- Lund University Global Scholarship can only be applied for the programs or courses you have selected at Lund University in a specific application round.
- You can apply for other scholarships, for example, the Swedish Institute scholarships, in addition.
The Benefits of Lund University Global Scholarship:
- The Global Scholarship grants may cover partial or up to the full tuition fee.
- The scholarship percentage awarded depends on the budget available to the program/faculty.
- Note that the Global scholarships are toward tuition fees only and that living costs are not covered.
- All Scholarship recipients are expected to fund their living costs, as per the requirements of the Swedish Migration Agency.
How To Apply:
In applying for Lund University Global Scholarship:
- You are required to have applied to the program (s) or free-standing course(s) you wish to study at Lund University via the online, national application website: university admissions.
- Upon submitting a complete application to a degree program or free-standing courses of at least 30 ECTS credits, you will need to pay the application fee to be able to apply for the scholarship.
- The selection criteria for this scholarship are based on academic merits, it is undertaken in parallel with the program/course selection process.
- Special preference will be given to students with high academic performance, who are assessed as a good fit for the program, and who demonstrate a strong commitment and desire to study at Lund University
- They’re also expected to have selected a program/course at Lund University as their first choice/choice when applying at www.universityadmissions.se.
- Also, just as the scholarship is merit-based only, there is no consideration taken of the student’s financial needs in the selection process.