Sweden Axel Adler Scholarship 2023 – University Of Gothenburg: The Axel Adler Scholarship is an English language study program at the University of Gothenburg. It is available for international undergraduate and graduate studies and is funded by the Adlerburtska Scholarship Foundation and the Adlerburtska Grant Foundation. The educational qualification of the applicants is the main criterion for the selection of applicants.
Axel Adler Scholarship 2023 – University of Gothenburg, Sweden is available to start Masters’s level programs at the University of Gothenburg.
The following subjects are available for study under this scholarship program.
The Axel Adler Scholarship is a tuition fee scholarship and will support full tuition fees.
International students from any country are eligible to apply for the Axel Adler Scholarship 2023.
To be considered for the Axel Adler Scholarship: You must be a paying student and your preference is an international campus-based program at the University of Gothenburg. Please apply and pay the application fee by 16 January 2023 and document your eligibility to study by 1 February 2023 via www.universityadmission.se. For more information, please see the document “Axel Adler Scholarship 2023 – Requirements and Detailed Information.
Students who have applied to a program at the University of Gothenburg as their first preference via www.universityadmission.se will receive an email with application instructions on 8 February 2023. An invitation to apply for the Axel Adler Scholarship will be sent to the email address You are registered at Universityadmissions.se.
If you are eligible and you have not received the email by this date (and you have also checked your spam folder), please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CV and letter of motivation
When applying for the Axel Adler Scholarship 2023 you must include a CV and motivation letter as written texts, these are used to select the scholars. In a cover letter, you are likely to highlight the qualities of your CV. It is not possible to attach any other form of documentation to your scholarship application.
The academic staff assesses and ranks your scholarship application based on your CV and motivation letter. This assessment is carried out in conjunction with the assessment of your application for the study program, to assess your suitability for the program, as well as your commitment and desire to study.
One scholarship is awarded for each program
There is an exception for Master’s programs in Fine Arts, Crafts, and Design and Music and Performance programs in which a total of four scholarships will be awarded for all programs.