Applications are invited for Fully Funded Ingvar Kamprad Scholarships 2021 at the Lund University, Sweden.
The Fully Funded Ingvar Kamprad Scholarship is available for students who are applying for the Master’s Programme in Industrial Design.
Students admitted to the Master’s Programme in Industrial Design can apply for one or two different scholarships depending on their country of origin.
Scholarship for living expenses
The Fully Funded Ingvar Kamprad Scholarship was founded in 2001 and is aimed at students with difficulties affording the living costs in Sweden.
The two scholarships awarded every year are for SEK 104 400 per year (about EUR 10 000) each, and aim to cover the cost of living and accommodation from August to July, during the two years of study. This scholarship is open to all students admitted to the programme.
Selection of scholarship recipients is based on a personal motivation statement included in the application form below.
Scholarship for tuition fees
When the Swedish government decided to apply tuition fees for non-EU/EEA students, the Stichting IKEA Foundation established two new scholarships for tuition fees. Each scholarship is SEK 210 000 per year for two years.
Selection of Fully Funded Ingvar Kamprad Scholarships recipients is based on the applicants’ portfolio, and the tuition fees will be paid directly to Lund University. This scholarship is only open to non-EU/EEA citizens admitted to the programme.
Announcement of scholars
Information regarding the scholarship recipients will be published in April 2021, following a formal decision by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering.
Fill in the application form (link below) and tick which scholarship you are applying for (one or both). If you are applying for the scholarship for living expenses, you must include a personal motivation stating why you should be granted this scholarship.
Your application number is the number generated at University Admissions (Sweden) for your application.
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