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Apply for Scholarships from Swedish Universities by Bren

New scholarships from Bren. This time from Swedish Universities. Please follow her instructions on application, deadline and requirements. All the best!

Swedish universities offer a range of scholarships for international students
You need to apply for admission first. Most scholarships are merit-based. Deadline for application is something to keep in mind. You can save the list.

  1. Chalmers University of Technology
    Chalmers University of Technology offers numerous scholarship opportunities. Some of these are administered by the university itself and others by external institutions.

http://www.chalmers.se/en/education/fees-finance/Pages/scholarships.aspx …

  1. Halmstad University
    Offers a number of scholarships to students from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland with the requirement to pay tuition fee. These scholarships may be granted to students for Masters program.
    Next deadline March 10, 2019
    http://www.hh.se/english/education/internationalstudent/scholarships.5331.html …
  2. Jönköping University
    The university offers a limited number of scholarships to students. The scholarships are offered on the basis of academic merit, with an emphasis on academic excellence.
    https://ju.se/en/study-at-ju/admissions/scholarships/scholarships-from-jonkoping-university.html …

  3. Karlstad University Global Scholarship
    programme is aiming at top academic students from countries outside the EU/EEA.
    Scholarships cover 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the tuition fees.
    Next call for application should be Dec 1 2018- Feb 1 2019.
    https://www.kau.se/en/education/explore-student-life/application-admission/scholarships …


  1. KTH Royal Institute of Technology
    The KTH Joint Programme Scholarship is awarded based on academic excellence. Recipients will have their tuition fee waived for the study period taken at KTH.
    Wait for the next application for 2019/2020
    https://www.kth.se/en/studies/master/fees-funding/kth-joint-programme-scholarship-1.611327 …

12. Luleå University of Technology
The Swedish Institute Study Scholarships target highly-qualified students from many different countries, please see the list of countries below.
The scholarship covers both living costs and tuition fees.
https://www.ltu.se/edu/bli-student/Application-and-Tuition-fees/Scholarships-1.86466?l=en …

  1. Malmö University Master’s Scholarship
    A Malmö University Master’s Scholarship covers the entire tuition fee and is awarded on the basis of academic merit, experience and motivation.
    https://mau.se/en/education/scholarships/ …
  • Mid Sweden University
    For high performing students applying to a study programme at Mid Sweden University, we offer a number of scholarships which will result in a tuition waiver. Read more about the different scholarships available in Sweden.
    https://www.miun.se/en/education/programmes/Fees-and-scholarships/Scholarship/ …

  • Every year Mälardalen University offers a limited numbers of scholarships to students applying for a Master’s programme
    The application period for the academic year of 2019/2020 is open between 15 October 2018 and 1 February 2019
    100% tuition fee
    https://www.mdh.se/utbildning/application-admission/scholarships/malardalen-university-scholarship-programme-1.40359?l=en_UK …

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    1. Stockholm University
      Some scholarships are available for students from outside of the EU/EEA and who wish to study a master’s programme in Sweden. Information about scholarships http://www.su.se/english/study/fees-scholarships/scholarships …
  • Södertörn University
    A range of scholarships are available to international students who are required to pay tuition fees. Södertörn University also offers a tuition fee waiver for Master’s programme studies.
    http://www.sh.se/p3/ext/content.nsf/aget?openagent&key=scholarships_1307974305659# …

  • Umeå University offers scholarships to talented and high-achieving students from outside the EU/EEA. The scholarship application for 2019–2020 academic year will open on 6 February, 2019.
    https://www.umu.se/en/education/tuition/scholarships …

  • Scholarships from The University of Borås
    The scholarships offered by the University of Borås are intended to cover the tuition fee by approximately 75 percent
    The application for scholarships for autumn semester 2019 opens 1 December, 2018.
    https://www.hb.se/en/International-Student/Fees-and-scholarships/Scholarships/ …

  • The University of Gothenburg Study Scholarships (UGSS) Programme offers fee-paying students the opportunity to receive a scholarship to pursue a Master’s degree programme, with entry autumn semester 2019. Find out if you are eligible to apply!
    https://utbildning.gu.se/education/admissions/scholarships/university-of-gothenburg/ …

  • The University of Gävle offers scholarships to high performing students. The scholarship offers a maximum amount of 75% of the tuition fee.
    The application for programmes starting in Autumn 2019 is open October 16, 2018 – January 15, 2019.
    https://hig.se/Ext/En/University-of-Gavle/Education/Scholarships.html …

  • The University of Skövde administrates some scholarships for Master’s programme
    The scholarships are partial tuition fee waivers (50% of the tuition fee).
    Application deadline: 1 February 2019.

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    1. Uppsala University’s Scholarships
      Each year, Uppsala University awards a number of scholarships to fee-paying international students who are applying to a Master’s or Bachelor’s programme.
      https://www.uu.se/en/admissions/scholarships/prospective-students/ …
  • Örebro University Scholarship 2019/2020
    Deadline: 31 January 2019
    The Örebro University scholarship programme is aimed at top academic students from countries outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA)
    https://www.oru.se/english/study/Master-students/Scholarships/ …

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    Thank YOU Bren!!




    If anyone tells you that the Nigeria of today under President Muhammadu Buhari is at its best or has made significant improvement since he took office in 2015 then such a person either paid to talk and support the government, ignorant or does not understand what truly is the responsibility of the government to him or her. No matter the level of progress this government might think they have made in tackling corruption, one thing is clear; they have done so to the detriment and negligence of areas that matter most. (Nigeria’s Constitution)

    Beyond the polarization that the President has caused from just the words he speaks or his body language or the unfortunate things that his media aides say; there are even graver concerns that such statements and gestures have caused. Nigeria like any other nation is a nation of laws. We have a constitution (though not perfect) but there are fundamental rights, understanding and basic things that cannot be taken away from running this country. There are non-negotiable demands from any government including the one being presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari and he has proved not to understand it despite his utterances of being a converted democrat some years 3 years ago.

    If you go through the husotry of many nations including the Biblical account of the Israelites you will find that the issue of military and security is priority anywhere.There is a need and urgency and in fact, the fundamental requirement to safeguard the country from external and internal aggression and as it is today we ares suffering from both. Singaporeans under Lee Kuan Yew made effort to ensure that Britain’s Armed Forces remained on ground to safeguard the nation even after their independence in 1965. They stayed put till the mid 1970s and even when they left, Singapore partnered with other countries like Israel, Australia and the United States for training their soldiers. All these never stopped the running of a government to improve the people who practically worked out their greatness. Israel under different kings was engaged in wars of taking territories and safeguarding the home-front.

    This is the same for every other nation because it is the fundamental requirement for preserving life and property which every government takes with utmost priority. In Nigeria, it is unfortunately not the case despite being in our constitution and equally a universal human right to live and attain happiness. However, President Buhari despite promising to curb the insecurity of Boko Haram has decided to treat the menace of Fulani herdsmen with a different glove. His first decision as President was to relocate the command centre of the military to Borno State but today Fulani herdsmen are killing citizens, hardworking farmers and still getting compensated for it. One wonders if President Buhari understands the basic duty of his government or any government as stipulated in the Nigerian Constitution. Nigeria remains a nation of laws and the crimes of Fulani herdsmen are grave crimes to humanity anywhere in the world.

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    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced the commencement date for the Governorship and State Assembly campaigns ahead of 2019.

    This is coming after the Presidential and National Assembly campaigns began on Sunday, 18th November 2018. For the State election campaigns, INEC said their campaigns will begin on December 1, 2018.

    In a press release by INEC, politicians were asked to conduct themselves as the country prepares for another election year.

    INEC Announce Commencement Date for Governorship, State Assembly Campaigns


    The month of May in the year 1967 was a troubling one for Nigeria especially those from the Eastern region of Nigeria. In a bid for self-preservation which happens to be the strongest human instinct, a people decided on May the 30th, 1967 to determine their destinies in the midst of genocidal threats.

    That path led us down a path of war that still leaves a scar even in the minds of those who only read history books. It will be 50 years since Emeka Ojukwu after deliberation with his people decides to declare the Independent Republic of Biafra on 30th of May, 2017.

    Some say we should not talk of Biafra, some want to secede, whichever happens, the Biafran story will remain a Nigerian story and we must talk about it. Too many died to simply let go of the supreme sacrifice they made.

    In this piece, all I am to do is to share an important document which is popularly known as the Ahiara Declaration, which is a founding document of the defunct Republic of Biafra and her struggles for a revolution.


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