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The University of Borås offers tuition fee waivers to highly qualified students required to pay tuition fees.
The tuition fee waivers offered by the University of Borås are intended to partly or fully cover the tuition fee, they are not designed to cover living costs. The payment is not made in monetary terms; instead the tuition fee will be reduced by the amount of the tuition fee waiver.
The University’s criteria in awarding tuition fee waivers are good study records as well as qualifications that the University assesses to be in line with the University’s prioritised educational or research areas.
Are you not sure if you are required to pay tuition fees? See Application and tuition fees general criteria
The application for tuition fee waivers for programmes starting Autumn 2016 is now closed.
Notifications regarding the tuition fee waivers will be published on the first Notification of Selection Results in spring 2016 .
The Swedish Institute, a government agency, receives funding each year to use for scholarships to international students. They have several programs available. Scholarships awarded by the Swedish Institute are available to international students from specific countries. More information is available at Swedish Institute Scholarships.
Please note: The Swedish Institute is responsible for all information regarding their scholarship programmes. We are unable to answer any questions at the University of Borås.