University of St.Gallen International Excellence Scholarships, Switzerland.
To assist students for gaining learning opportunities, the University of St. Gallen is offering International Excellence Scholarships in Switzerland. The studentships are available for the academic year 2020-2021.
The studentships are based on merit. The studentships are available for studying the undergraduate degree program. These grants are awarded annually to Assessment Year students and will be paid out over three years.
University of St.Gallen
The University of St. Gallen is considered among the world’s leading business schools. It offers degrees in business administration, economics, law, and international affairs. It is located atop Rosenberg Hill, overlooking St. Gallen ‘s picturesque Old Town, overlooking the Alpstein Mountains. The Campus is known for its sculpture and design integration.
Candidates must meet the following eligibility requirements for inclusion in this educational programme:
- The applicant must be an international student.
- The candidate must enrol in the bachelor degree programme.
- The student has to enrol in a full-time degree program at the University.
- The scholarships are valid for newly enrolled undergraduates with the first year, first degree.
- Candidate must have to accept an offer from the University.
Acceptable Course and Subject
The University offers these grants for studying the undergraduate degree coursework in the following fields:
- Communications & Media Studies
Why Study at the University of St.Gallen?
The University of St. Gallen is primarily known for its programs in the arts and social sciences, and ranks among the best in the world. Here the students get an enriching and accommodating atmosphere to concentrate on the growth of different skills. It offers a variety of globally recognized programs for graduates and research that attract students from around the world.
Benefits of the Programs
The studentship will provide the following benefits:
- Two studentships are available.
- The sum of the scholarship is equal to the existing Bachelor’s level tuition fees (which extends to six semesters).
- Each winning candidate will get an annual amount of CHF 18,756 (for all three years, this corresponds to a scholarship sum of CHF 6,252).
How to Apply for the Scholarship
For applying to theses studentships, candidates are needed to follow this application procedure:
Step 1: Apply for Admission
If you want to be empowered with this studentship, then you need to be registered in the undergraduate degree program at the University of St. Gallen. International candidates with accepted high school graduation certificates must take the St. Gallen University admission examination.
Step 2: Apply for Scholarship
Using the online form to the Study Funding Advice Center, a letter of inspiration and a two-minute video in mp4 quality must be sent after successful admission to the degree course. Such two components of the application will cover the substance of:
Letter of motivation
- The cover letter should contain up to 600 words
- The letter should explain why the applicant opts for the study area and the HSG
- Reason for why he/she should get a scholarship
- We appreciate the creativity in creating the video
- The applicant must present himself/herself in the video
- Curriculum vitae presentation (relevant from origin and family)
- Extracurricular activities including evidence from films. Persons of reference may also appear in the video.
Step 3: Submit required documents
- High school degree certificate transcripts of the current school
- Transcripts of the previous school (only if requested)
- Post-secondary transcript
- Official test scores
- Resume/curriculum vitae
- Seekers are expected to hold the General Education Certificate for an undergraduate degree, with a maximum of two subjects at the AS level.
- Candidates must have a first degree or technical qualification considered to be equal to the usual degree to be eligible for postgraduate programmes.
- Applicants must meet the criteria of the Curriculum and English language for the study program they chose.
You will need to apply for a visa to your home country through the Swiss embassy or consulate. You may need to complete a request form and submit supporting documentation in English, French or German, so you will need to translate your documents:
Documentation for short-term Schengen C visas shall include:
- Valid passport / passport ID
- Evidence of ample financial resources to cover your expenses when you are in Switzerland
- Hospital/accident insurance
- Confirmation of courses booked with fees payable
- If you’re under 18, you’ll receive a birth certificate and a travel authorization if you’re coming to Switzerland alone, or copies of parents’ visas if they’re going to be accompanying.
Scholarship application deadline: July 16, 2020
Contact address: 071 224 28 68 or email@example.com
University location: Dufourstrasse 50, 9000 St. Gallen, Switzerland