Fully Funded Master's and Ph.D. Scholarships from the College of Europe in Belgium

Fully Funded Master's and Ph.D. Scholarships from the College of Europe in Belgium

The College of Europe in Belgium offers a number of scholarships to university graduates coming from European Neighborhood Policy countries for post-graduate studies at the College of Europe during the academic year 2020-2021.

Available Disciplines:

  • European Economic Studies.
  • European Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies
  • European Legal Studies.
  • European Political and Governance Studies.

Eligibility Criteria:

Applicants must have a final university degree and at least 240 ECTS credits acquired in the course of one’s university studies. Holders of a Bachelor’s degree are also eligible provided they demonstrate strong qualifications in relation to the academic program for which they apply.

Language Requirements:

All international language certificates are accepted by the University as long as they indicate the Council of Europe’s levels. Students may, if not in possession of a language certificate, also supply a university certificate or a recommendation letter written by a language professor or teacher referring to the applicant’s language levels in relation to the Council of Europe levels.

For English, The College of Europe recommends the following international tests:

  • IELTS test.
  • The University of Cambridge.
  • TOEFL website | paper-based test.
  • TOEIC CEFR.

Funding:

The scholarship will cover academic expenses, accommodation, meals and travel costs.

About

The College of Europe is an elite, independent university institute of postgraduate European studies with the main campus in Bruges, Belgium and a smaller campus in Warsaw, Poland. The College of Europe in Bruges was founded in 1949 by such leading European figures and founding fathers of the European Union as Salvador de Madariaga, Winston Churchill, Paul-Henri Spaak, and Alcide De Gasperi in the wake of the Hague Congress of 1948 to promote “a spirit of solidarity and mutual understanding between all the nations of Western Europe and to provide elite training to individuals who will uphold these values” and “to train an elite of young executives for Europe.” The founders imagined the college as a place where Europe’s future leaders could live and study together. It has the status of “Institution of Public Interest”, operating according to Belgian law. The second campus in Natolin (Warsaw), Poland was opened in 1992.

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