Alpbach Scholarship Programme, 2018

Scholarship Description: Applications are invited for Alpbach Scholarship Programme. This programme is open to young people under 30 who can attend leading interdisciplinary conference and a variety of academic seminars. Scholarship Provider: The European Forum Alpbach was founded in 1945 by Otto Molden, who had been active in the Austrian resistance movement. More than 4,000 people from over 70 countries accept the invitation to participate in the European Forum Alpbach each year. The candidate should have a very good command of English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English. Degree Level: Scholarships are available to attend leading interdisciplinary conference and a variety of academic seminars. Available Subject: Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university. Scholarship Benefits: A basic scholarship covers the participation fee (EUR 1.400) for the whole duration of the event (15.08.-31.08.2018).Should you not have sufficient funds to cover the costs of your stay, you can additionally apply for a full scholarship providing accommodation (EUR 510) and a daily allowance for food (EUR 289). Please indicate in your online application if you wish to be considered for a full scholarship. If you can provide proof of financial support for your studies, you do not need to explain your financial situation in writing. In that case, please include relevant proof (e.g. student grant) in your application. Eligible Nationalities: Citizens of all nationalities are eligible to apply. Eligibility Criteria: The scholarships are available to people up to 30 years of age. They welcome applications from all countries (except Austria) and academic disciplines. They also encourage artists and non-graduates to apply. There are special programmes for students from China and Finland. Application Procedure: A complete application requires a filled in online application form as well as a motivational statement, a curriculum vitae,

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