Scholarship opportunities are available for students at Malmö University. They might fund international experiences related to studies, for example.

Scholarships for studies at Malmö University

Each year, Malmö University offers a limited number of scholarships to qualified master students from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland who are required to pay tuition fees. These scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, experience and motivation. They cover the entire cost of tuition but do not cover other living expenses.

Read more about the Malmö University Master's Scholarship

Swedish Institute Scholarships

The Swedish Institute coordinates a number of different scholarships for master's programmes. Please be aware you are not eligible for such a scholarship if you are studying on a distance learning programme. 

Swedish Institute Scholarships

Scholarship database

You can find available scholarships in the Global Grant database. You log in with your computer identity and password. Information about other available scholarships is posted on the bulletin board at the reception at the Student Centre, Neptuniplan 7.

Faculty-specific scholarships

These are scholarships exclusively available to students studying at a specific faculty at the University. 

Scholarship for students at the Faculty of Technology and Society

Students at the Faculty of Technology and Society can apply for a scholarship during the autumn semester. Funds are available from the foundation Premie- och stipendiekassan.

The scholarship comprises a total of 17 500 SEK, and can either be handed out in one payment or divided into several smaller ones. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage and support students. It is awarded on the basis of individual and group efforts related to:

  • degree or project work done in the field,
  • support in connection with studies abroad,
  • efforts to strengthen the reputation of education; or, 
  • initiatives for good unity within the class.

Application

You apply by sending in your application using an online form that is available during the application period that runs from September 15 to October 15. Your application must be submitted before the deadline to be considered. 

Attachments should be sent to

Malmö University
The Student Centre
Susanne Sjögren
205 06 Malmö

Contact

Questions about your application can be sent to Susanne Sjögren.

Processing of personal data

The processing of personal data is based on your consent. You can withdraw your consent until a decision is taken on awarding a scholarship and your data must then cease to be treated or processed further if it cannot be processed based on another legal basis.

By collecting information about your education and your personal identification number, Malmö University will access your study results. The information will be processed for up to three weeks after the application period, after which decisions on scholarship allocation are made. Your data will be saved until a disposal decision is made in accordance with our function as a public authority. 

You can find what personal data has been registered by the University, and comment on the processing of this data, by contacting Marianne Hedstigen or dataskyddsombud@mau.se. Complaints that cannot be solved by Malmö University can be sent to The Swedish Data Protection Authority.

Scholarship for internships abroad: Erasmus+ traineeship scholarship in Europe

This scholarship can help you to cover some of the costs if you choose to do an internship in Europe. You are expected to have a full-time internship during the entire period. There are several ways to apply:

  • As part of an internship course at Malmö University, where you spend your internship at a company or an organisation in Europe.
  • Outside of your regular programme at Malmö University. You are doing your internship during your studies and while you are registered at your programme. For instance between semesters. 
  • You apply for the scholarship in order to do an internship after you have finished your programme, as a so-called recent graduate.
  • In the context of writing your thesis. You are registered for thesis studies at Malmö University and examined in Malmö but collect your data, do a field study or the like at a company or an organisation in Europe.

Read more about the Erasmus+ traineeship scholarship in Europe and apply here

Scholarship for writing your thesis abroad: Minor Field Studies

 Funded by Sida, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, the scholarship comprises 27 000 SEK for students who wish to go to a low or middle-income country to collect material for their bachelor's or master's thesis for a minimum of eight weeks. The scholarship can be applied for individually or in pair together with another student

Who can apply?

The scholarship is available to students with Swedish citizenship or a permanent residence permit in Sweden. It is also available to students from other Nordic countries, who are not Swedish citizens, that have been registered in Sweden for at least one year at the time they are granted the scholarship

Read more about Minor Field Studies in Swedish

Are you going to study abroad? Apply for the Erasmus+ scholarship

If you are studying abroad with Erasmus+, you can apply for the Erasmus+ scholarship. The scholarship is based on what country you are conducting your exchange studies in, and the number of days you will be there.

Erasmus+ student mobility

The scholarship is based on what country you are conducting your exchange studies in, and the number of days that you will be away. Students who have been selected for an exchange within the Erasmus + programme will receive information on the application process for the scholarship.

In what countries is the scholarship available?

All EU countries are part of the Erasmus+ programme, as well as Iceland, Turkey, North Macedonia, Liechtenstein, Serbia and Norway. 

Who can apply?

Only students who have been nominated for an exchange within the Erasmus+-programme are able to apply for the scholarship. You must, therefore, apply for exchange studies first. All available positions within the Erasmus+ programme are announced at the faculties twice per year, so be sure to keep yourself posted about open positions related to your field of study to get more information about what partner universities you can apply to. Deadline for application for exchange studies during the autumn semester is March 15, and October 15 for exchange studies during the spring semester.

You can be awarded an Erasmus + scholarship for studies and/or internship for a limit of 12 months per study level. So you can go as many times as you like throughout your education, as long as you do not exceed 12 months in total per level; 12 months for bachelor's level, 12 months for master's level, 12 months for PhD level.

Amount of scholarship

The scholarships vary from €360-420/month (academic year 2018/19). 

Students with a disability may apply for extra funds in the case of a permanent disability that would incur additional costs for the exchange. Students who go on exchange studies with accompanying children have the opportunity to apply for a special supplement.

Students who go on exchange studies with accompanying children have the opportunity to apply for a special supplement.