Deadline: 30 April 2011
Open to: international student who want to take a master degree in Spain
Scholarship: whole amount of the registration of the first academic year and a study bursary of 4.000€
The Rovira i Virgili University is announcing a competitive call for grants to study on a university master’s degree programduring the academic year 2011– 2012. This scholarship aims to facilitate and increase the participation of new international students who fulfill the entry requirements of the URV university master’s degrees.
Applicants must be new international students who meet the following criteria:
* must not be the beneficiaries of other incompatible grants or bursaries
* must be registered for at least 60 ECTS credits of a URV university master’s degree
* must have been favorably evaluated by the specially appointed Committee and their coefficient must be within the total number of grants to be awarded
* must not have Spanish residence
Documents that must be presented with the application:
a. Signed application form addressed to the rector of the university
b. Declaration that the beneficiary does not reside in Spain
c. Academic transcript with the average grade of the previous academic year
d. The Postgraduate and Doctoral School can ask students for any other documents that may be required to appraise their application during the selection process
Applications can be submitted by e-mail at the address [email protected].
Alternatively, they can be submitted by certified mail or handled physically at he following address:
Escola de Postgrau i Doctorat
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Crta. de Valls s/n, Edifici W1, planta baixa,
The grants consist of the whole amount of the registration of the first academic year (60 ECTS credits, including registered and recognized, fees and insurance) and a study bursary of 4.000€.
Please note that the registration or tuition fees will not be transferred to the students. The Postgraduate and Doctoral School will transfer this amount directly to the Academic Management Service, which is also responsible for paying the insurance premium for these students (covers the costs of health care, accidents and repatriation during the period they are beneficiaries of the grant).