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Scholarships for studies abroad

The university offers a few scholarships for studies abroad. Read more under the different headings below:

What is Erasmus+?

Erasmus+ is the name of the new EU programme for education, youth and sport. It replaced the previous Erasmus programme.

Erasmus+ student mobility

A student mobility within Erasmus+ is an exchange period at a partner university for 3-12 months (depending on the type of the agreement) where you do not pay your tuition fees*. While on exchange, you may keep your student grant and student loans and you are also entitled to a small scholarship. The Erasmus+ student grant is based on your country of exchange and the number of days on exchange and is paid in two instalments. More information about the Erasmus+ programme

Nordplus

The Nordplus programme aims to promote cooperation between the Nordic and Baltic countries, including Greenland, the Faeroe Islands and Åland. Only students from the participating countries are eligible for financial support from Nordplus.

Linnaeus-Palme

Linnaeus-Palme is a Swedish exchange programme financed by SIDA. It gives students and teachers within certain subjects/projects a possibility to spend a semester abroad at a university in a developing country. In order to be qualified you need to have a PUT (Permanent Residence Permit) in Sweden or be a Swedish Citizen. Study places at the different Linnaeus-Palme- partner universities are announced at each school/faculty in February/March or September/October every year. Please note that not all Departments/Schools/Faculties participate in Linnaeus-Palme-projects.

MFS - Minor Field Studies

Scholarship for students who want to spend at least 8 weeks collecting material for a thesis on C/D-level in a developing country. In order to be qualified you need to have a PUT (Permanent Residence Permit) in Sweden or be a Swedish Citizen, and you must be proficient in Swedish at an advanced level. If you have a PUT you are not allowed to perform the study in your home country. An MFS-grant is set to 27 000 SEK per student and can be applied for individually or in pair together with another student.  
 
Read more about MFS (in Swedish only) 

INU - International Networks of Universities

INU is a global network of different universities. Every year students are invited to apply to the Student Seminar on Global Citizenship in Hiroshima and the Master's Summer School. The scholarships cover travels, housing and meals.

Read more about the INU

The SGroup

The SGroup is a European Universities Network made up of 38 Universities from 16 countries. The network aims to strengthen cooperation between the nations in the academic field as well as in the cultural and socio-economic field. It also aims to provide a platform for information exchange and mobility.

Read more about the SGroup

*As an Exchange student you don't pay tuition fees to the host institution. However, If you pay tuition fees to Malmö University, you will continue to pay these (where applicable) directly to Malmö University under the same arrangements.

Last updated by Amanda Malmquist