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Swedish -Turkish Scholarships for European Studies in Sweden 2004/05

sponsored by the Consulate General of Sweden İn İstanbul

The Swedish Institute, a public agency for cultural and educational exchange with individuals and
institutions abroad, in co-operation with the Consulate General of Sweden in Istanbul, hereby
announces a limited number of scholarships for the academic year 2004/2005 .The purpose of the
scholarship programme is to support students on advanced academic level who wish to pursue their
studies or research in European Studies, or related subjccts, at a university or university college in
Sweden.

GENERAL CRITERIA

Study level
The scholarships are intended for Master's level and postgraduate studies. They will enable students
to attend courses or carry out research, beneficial to the completion of their degree at their university
in Turkey, at any university or university college in Sweden.

Study period
Scholarships can be granted for up to two semesters with a possibility of prolongation.

Fields of study
Priority is given to applicants within the field of European Studies such as European Affairs or
European Law .Studies within other fields may also be considered.

Language
Universities and university colleges require that skills in English are documented by an international
proficiency test (TOEFL -approx. 550 p, computer-based TOEFL 213 p, IELTS, MELAB, Cambridge
First Certificate).

Scholarship conditions
At present scholarships amolint to SEK 7 ,500 (appr. 750 USD) per month pllis travel costs to and from
Sweden. Each scholarship is desİgned to cover the living expenses of one person only. There are no -
grants for family members.
The scholarship holder is insured by the Swedish Institute against illness and accidents during the
scholarship period.

HOW TO APPLY

Master's Level Programmes

Applications for a Master's Level Programme (Iisted in the Swedish Institute brochure Master's Level Programmes Taught in English and also available on www.studyinsweden.se) should be sent directly to the university/university college you are applying to.

Applicants for a Master's Level Programme should clearly indicate in their application to the Master's
Level Programme whether they wish to be considered for a scholarship.

The university/university college will recommend a limited number of candidates for a Swedish Institute scholarship. The Swedish Institute will then make the final selection of candidates for a scholarship.

in the scholarship selection process, we give priority to students who are not already pursuing a Master's
Degree in Sweden.

Please observe that applicants to a Master's Level Programme should not apply for a scholarship directly
to the Swedish Institute. Applications sent to the Swedish Institute will not be considered.
All questions on the Applications procedure for the Master's Level Programme should be directed to the
university/university college concerned.

You will be informed by the Swedish Institute whether you have been selected for a scholarship in May/
June 2004. Individual questions concerning the selection procedure will not be answered.
Advanced University Level, part of Ph.D. studies and post-doc studies

Letter of invitation

Prior to application the applicant must establish contact with a Swedish university department willing to
accept the applicant for the proposed studies. This contact can also be made through the professor or
academic adviser at the applicant's home institution of research or leaming.
In order to enable the Swedish host institution to consider issuing a letter of invitation, the applicant must,
as a minimum requirement, clearly indicate their study or research area and include a C. V. or resume of
their previous study or research.

Request for application forms
The application form will be available on www.studyinsweden.se between 1 September 2003 -
15 January 2004. Requests for application forms can also be made from September 1 by contacting the
Swedish Institute either by regular mail, fax or e-mail (grant@si.se).

Submission of the application form
Please use the Swedish Institute application form. should be submitted to the address below. It must reach
the Swedish Institute by regular mail not laterthan 15 January 2004. Applications arriving after that date
will not be considered. The form must be complete in all its entirety, and all documents mentioned on the
application form must be enclosed when submitted. Incomplete applications will be rejected. No enclosures
will be returned.

The outcome of the applications will be announced to candidates in May/June 2004. Individual questions
concerning the application procedure will not be answered.

The Consulate General of Sweden in Istanbu
P.K. 125
80072 Beyoglu
ISTANBUL
Fax: 212 252 41 14
Swedish Institute
Box 7434
SE -103 91 Stockholm, SWEDEN
Fax: + 46 8 20 72 48
Website: www.si.se

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