November 23, 2019

Scholarships | College of Europe

Please note that the College of Europe does, in principle, not grant scholarships. However, the number of scholarships in the CEECs being quite limited, except for Polish applicants, the College of Europe has decided to finance a certain number of (partial) scholarships itself. We encourage students from these potential countries to submit their application.

Approximately 70% of the students are granted scholarships by their government or by public or private institutions. For all scholarships indicated below, candidates should apply online (www.coleurope.eu/) and send by post a printed copy of the online application with all required documents to theirnational or regional selection committee (indicating that they apply for these scholarships on the application form) AND to the College of Europe Admissions Office (Dijver 11, BE-8000 Brugge). If no selection committee is available, students should send their application to the College of Europe Admissions Office only.

 

Extension of application deadlines 2013:

Turkey: 1 February
Italy (Lombardia) : 15 February
Malta : 10 April 

UK: 31 January

ENP countries: 1 February

Scholarships per country

  • ALBANIA
    No government scholarships. Scholarships may be offered by the Albanian Parliament to their civil servants.
  • ALGERIA
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • ANDORRA
    Government scholarship
    More information
  • ARMENIA
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • AUSTRIA
    No government scholarships.
    “Ambassador Gregor Woschnagg” scholarship:
    One scholarship of € 10.000 offered to a candidate from Austria admitted to the Bruges or to the Natolin campus.
    The scholarship will be granted after the selection interviews with the Austrian selection committee.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • AZERBAIJAN
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • BELARUS
    More information
    Deadline 1 February
  • BELGIUM
    No government scholarships.
    InBev-Baillet Latour Fund :
    Four scholarships are offered to Belgian students admitted to the Bruges or to the Natolin (Warsaw) campus. After the selection interviews, scholarships are granted to the two best candidates for both campuses.
    In addition to the full scholarships financed by the InBev-Baillet Latour Fund (2 for the Bruges campus and 2 for the Natolin campus), the College of Europe offers a limited number of partial scholarships to students of Belgian nationality admitted to the Bruges campus for the academic year 2013-2014.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • BULGARIA
    No government scholarships.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • CHINA
    No government scholarships.
    InBev-Baillet Latour Fund :
    Two full scholarships have been created for students admitted to the Bruges or to the Natolin (Warsaw) campus. One scholarship is funded by the ‘InBev-Baillet Latour EU-China Chair’. The second scholarship is made available by the College of Europe itself. Eligible students are nationals from the People’s Republic of China.
  • CYPRUS
    No government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • CROATIA
    No government scholarships.
  • CZECH REPUBLIC
    Government scholarships for civil servants only.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • DENMARK
    Government scholarships.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • EGYPT
    More information
    New deadline:  1 February
  • EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY COUNTRIES
    Scholarships for candidates from Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine.
    More information.
  • ESTONIA 
    No government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • FINLAND 
    Government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • FRANCE 
    Government scholarships. Candidates must apply through Campus France

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • FYR MACEDONIA
    No government scholarships.
  • GEORGIA
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • GERMANY 
    Government scholarships from the “Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung” and from “Bundesland Baden-Württemberg”. Candidates apply for the scholarships through the German selection committee.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • GREECE 
    No government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • HUNGARY 
    No government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • IRELAND 
    Government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • ISRAEL
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • ITALY 
    Government scholarships. It is compulsory to apply online through www.borsedistudio.esteri.it/borsedistudio/ (Collegio d’Europa).

    The Region of Lombardy (more information: http://www.regione.lombardia.it) offers the following scholarships:
    – 2 partial scholarships of the Lombardy Region Universities.
    – 2 full scholarships for students of the Catholic University of Milano, offered by the Istituto G.Toniolo di studi superiori 

    The deadline to apply is 15 February 2013.

    A copy of the application (including application form of the College as well as supporting documents) has to be sent to the Admissions Office of the College of Europe.

    Scholarship(s) from other Italian Regions (e.g.Sardegna, Puglia): Students should apply individually for these scholarships.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • JORDAN
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • KOSOVO
    Scholarships offered by the EU Scholarship Scheme.
    More information : http://www.ycskosovo.eu
  • LATIN AMERICA :
    Candidates from Latin American countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela) may apply directly to the College of Europe.

    2 partial scholarships (1/2) offered by the College of Europe (Bruges campus) for the academic year 2013-2014

    (no scholarships available for 2013/14 from the Spanish Government)

  • LATVIA 
    No government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • LEBANON
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • LIBYA
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • LITHUANIA 
    No government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • LUXEMBOURG 
    Government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • MALTA 
    Government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
    New deadline: 10 April
  • MOLDOVA
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • MOROCCO
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • NORWAY 
    Government scholarships.
  • PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • POLAND 
    Government scholarships.
    Lanckoronski Foundation: One scholarship offered to a Polish student admitted to the Bruges campus. This scholarship will be granted after the selection interviews with the Polish selection committee.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • PORTUGAL 
    Government scholarships.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • ROMANIA
    No government scholarships.
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • RUSSIA 
    2 partial scholarships (1/2) offered by the College of Europe (Bruges campus) for the academic year 2013-2014
  • SAN MARINO
    2 government scholarships for the Bruges Campus (only for Law and/or Economics) – more information: www.esteri.sm/.
  • SERBIA 
    No government scholarships.
    Scholarship from the French Embassy in Belgrade, more information: www.ccf.org.rs/fr/05c.htm
  • SLOVAKIA 
    ENP-EU Scholarship information
  • SLOVENIA 
    Scholarships 

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • SPAIN 
    Scholarships for Spain have not been confirmed yet. Only preselected Spanish candidates will be asked to send a printed copy of the online application and the supporting documents to the Spanish Ministry as well.

    Regional government scholarships:
    Please check the application deadline with the regional authorities :
    – Aragon
    – Bizkaia
    – Catalunya
    – Canarias
    – Castilla-La Mancha
    – Murcia
    – Valencia (Natolin campus only) – no scholarships available for 2013-14
    – Navarra (This Region has no selection committee. After being selected by the College, students should apply themselves for this scholarship).
    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • SWEDEN
    Government scholarships.
    Wallenberg Foundation :
    Students have to apply individually for this scholarship.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • SWITZERLAND 
    Government scholarships.
  • SYRIA
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • THE NETHERLANDS
    No government scholarships.
    For scholarship possibilities, please check www.beursopener.nl 

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • TUNISIA
    More information
    New deadline: 1 February
  • TURKEY
    Scholarships co-financed by private sector and NGOs in Turkey in coordination with the Ministry for EU Affairs.
    Applications must be submitted to the College of Europe Admissions Office and to Türkiye-Avrupa Vakfi (the Turkish national selection committee contact institution) for admission as well as to the Ministry for EU Affairs for the scholarship.
    More information: http://www.ab.gov.tr – scholarship announcement (.doc – .pdf).
    New deadline : 1 February 2013 
    A number of scholarships are offered in the framework of the Jean Monnet Scholarship Programme Turkey, for more information: www.jeanmonnet.org.tr.
  • UKRAINE 
    – Up to ten scholarships will be offered by the Polish Government for students admitted to the Natolin Campus. These scholarships will be decided after the selection procedure.
    – Scholarships for university graduates coming from European Neighbourhood Policy countries, more information
    New deadline :  1 February
  • UNITED KINGDOM 
    New deadline: 31 January
  • The College anticipates a variety of scholarships being available to applicants from the United Kingdom:

    Confirmed scholarships include:
    – The Bruges-Natolin UK European Scholarships Fund will be offering scholarships; the Fund expects to be funding at least two fees-only scholarships. These are available to students from the UK, who can demonstrate that they would not otherwise be able to fund their study at the College. For further details see: http://brunatscholars.org.uk. No scholarship application needs to be completed. All eligible students offered places at the College will be considered for a Bruges-Natolin UK European Scholarship.
    – The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is funding a small number of scholarships to allow fast stream civil servants to study at the College. The scholarships are available to current fast stream civil servants committed to a permanent career move into the EU civil service. Further information is available from  navdeep.pantal@bis.gsi.gov.uk.
    – One Welsh domiciled student studying at the College of Europe in 2013/14 may be eligible for a scholarship from the Welsh Government covering fees and board and lodging, subject to the agreement of the Welsh Ministers to the drafting of the necessary regulations. Further information will be available later in the year.
    – The Scottish Government will be offering up to 3 scholarships covering fees and board and lodging for students ordinarily resident in Scotland. No scholarship application needs to be completed. All students who are ordinarily resident in Scotland and are offered places at the College will be considered for any available Scottish Government Scholarship(s) – to be confirmed

    The Department for Employment and Learning in Northern Ireland confirmed in 2011 that it would no longer be offering scholarship funding for Northern Ireland domiciled students.

    ENP-EU Scholarship information

  • USA
    No government scholarships.

    Fulbright grant :
    Students enrolled in an American university contact the Scholarship Coordinator at their university campus. The deadline for applications is set by the campus Advisor.
    Students who are no longer studying at an American university should contact the:
    Institute of International Education
    809 United Nations Plaza
    New York, NY 10017-3580
    (This institute is not a selection committee but acts as the organisation collecting the applications for the Fulbright grant. The deadline for application is 23 October of the year preceding the grant period.)

    BAEF grant: The Belgian American Educational Foundation (BAEF) encourages applications for fellowships for advanced study during the academic year 2013-2014. The BAEF will award up to 8 fellowships each carrying a stipend of $ 24.000. Completed applications for 2013-2014 fellowships are due no later than October 31, 2012. Application forms can be downloaded from the BAEF website at: http://www.baef.us

 

Other sources of possible scholarships

  • “Professor Bronisław Geremek” scholarships for history graduates: Natolin (Warsaw) campus.
    Interested history graduates have to apply online and send their completed application form and the required documents to the Admissions Office of the College of Europe in Bruges. The application should not be sent to the national selection committee. The beneficiaries of these scholarships will be required to write their Master’s Thesis on a topic relating to recent European history or to European civilisation.
  • Postgraduate scholarships offered by the Flemish Government

    Bruges campus:
    The Flemish Department of Education and Training offers, within the framework of the Bilateral Cultural Agreements, a limited number of (partial) postgraduate scholarships to students from the following countries: Canada (Québec), Czech Republic, Estonia, India, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Mexico, Poland, P.R. of China, Russia, Slovak Republic.
    To be eligible for a scholarship the candidate has to be selected by the responsible home authority, which afterwards proposes the applicant(s) by diplomatic procedure (in the framework of an article of the Programme of Activities of the Bilateral Cultural Agreement). Candidates cannot apply directly to the Flemish Government.

     

    Potential candidates have to succeed in the selection procedure of the College of Europe, which is mostly organised through the national selection committee (deadline to apply is in principle 15 January 2013) . At the same time, the candidates are advised to contact their country’s competent Ministry to fulfil the necessary formalities in order to start the application for the scholarship (please do not wait to apply for the scholarship until the final results of the (pre)selection are available!)

  • Natolin campus: Pending budgetary capacities on the side of the Flemish Government, the College of Europe, Natolin campus can offer partial scholarships in the academic year 2013-2014 to candidates from the following countries : Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, the Former Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and Ukraine.
  • Rotary International:
    Students who have obtained a Rotary International scholarship can apply for admission to the College of Europe.
  • Lane Kirkland scholarship:
    Applicants to the College of Europe for the “European Interdisciplinary Studies” programme (Natolin Campus) from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic and Moldova may apply for a Lane Kirkland scholarship to the Polish American Fulbright Commission. For details concerning this scholarship scheme please refer to www.kirkland.edu.pl and programme. We strongly encourage you to apply for the scholarships as the College offers scholarships only to a very limited number of students/countries. The College of Europe does not take part in the selection procedure of the Lane Kirkland scholarships and has no authority in this procedure.
  • Banco Santander : 
    Three full scholarships are offered by Banco Santander. The selection of the students benefiting from these scholarships will be directly conducted by the College of Europe at the end of the selection process in May 2013.

Interest-free loan

  • Rotaryclubs Zeebrugge-Oosthoek and Recklinghausen-Vest : 
    An interest-free student loan of € 10.000 is offered to a candidate from the CEECs. The candidate is proposed by the College of Europe to the Foundation after having succeeded in the selection procedure in his/her country.

 

Source: College of Europe

 

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