The ISS offers a limited number of scholarships for our graduate (master's level) courses.
Admission to our graduate courses requires that the candidate has completed a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field.
ISS scholarships for graduate courses are ordinarily awarded to applicants from certain countries who are studying/living in their home country.
The majority of scholarships are sponored by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) and are awarded to citizens of NORAD's main cooperation countries.
The scholarships awarded by the International Summer School vary in value according to the documented need and resources of the individual applicant and the regulations pertaining to the scholarship funds in question.
Some scholarship donors provide comprehensive scholarships that cover all costs involved in participating in the ISS, whereas other donors provide a limited scholarship.
Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of academic and personal qualifications and financial need.
Qualified, scholarship-seeking candidates must meet the stringent requirements set by the course they wish to apply for as well as meet the basic academic requirements.
Scholarship-seeking candidates must demonstrate a seriousness of purpose, a need for the course in question, and personal qualities that make the candidate a good representative of his or her country.
For more scholarship information and application, see: ISS Scholarships for Graduate Courses Website