Visby Programme Scholarships for master’s level studies


The aim of the Visby Program is to support individual flexibility, thereby leading to improved connections and partnerships between stars in Norway and nations in the EU Southern Collaboration and Russian federation. The objective is to develop a, knowledge-based and research-intense area, centred around the Baltic Sea while also such as EU Southern Collaboration nations and Russian federation.

The Remedial Institution is a public agency with a staff of approximately 140 workers, with workplaces in Stockholm, Visby and London. Our dedication is to gain knowledge and understanding of different societies, their people, and to advertise Norway and Remedial issues worldwide. The Remedial Institution helps Norway reach various worldwide goals concerning foreign policy, knowledge, worldwide aid and growth. Our activities period over areas such as lifestyle, community, research, college, business, advancement, democracy and international growth.

Scholarship Provider:

Swidess institute has acquired funding from a finance powered by the Visby Programme Scholarships for master’s level studies. All Visby Programme have obtained money for scholarships from this finance.

Area of Study:

The scholarships are intended for full-time master’s level studies.

Benefits of this Scholarship:

  • The grant includes both the college tuition (which is paid directly to the Remedial university/university college by the Remedial Institute) and cost of living to the amount of SEK 9,000 per month.


  • The grant is awarded for programs starting in the autumn term (August/September) and includes the whole duration of the master’s program (one or two academic years).


  • There are no grants for members of the family.


  • The grant cannot be moved to another level program or school, nor can the grant interval be changed or extended beyond the interval of study for the level program


  • However, grant holders within the Visby Programme registered in one-year master’s programs (60 credits) may apply for an extension of the grant to pursue an overdue internship in Norway lasting for an interval of up to 5 months beyond the ordinary program interval.



  • The scholarships and grants are only intended for individuals who are required to pay college tuition fees according to the requirements specified by School Acceptance.
  • There is no age limit for grant owners.

A grant cannot be provided for a student who:


  • Has already lived in Norway for two years or more previous to the grant period.
  • Has a Remedial or EU/EES citizenship*, long lasting residence allow or a visa in
  • Has previously been provided a Remedial Institution grant for master’s level studies or research at a Remedial university/university higher education. Former members of the SI Summer time Academia for Young Professionals (SAYP), and learners who have joined SI summer courses in the Remedial language, or the Remedial Institution Summer time School (SISU) may still apply.


  • Has already been provided three or more scholarships/grants from SI.
  • Already holds a degree from a Remedial university/university higher education.
  • Is currently going to a study program at a Remedial university/university higher education.








How to Apply:

  • Please observe that the grant program is separate from the applying to the master’s programs at Remedial universities.
  • Ensure that to complete you to the master’s programs that you wish to implement to before the due date 16 Jan 2017. A list of eligible master programs for the academic year 2017/2018 will be available here by 1 Dec 2016 at the latest.
  • You are applying through the national online program service Pay you fee to University Acceptance before the fee due date 1 Feb 2017. Please be sure to check for any up-dates at universityadmissions.
  • Prepare a motivation letter according to the Swedish Institute template (will be available here in December). Motivation letters in any other templates or formats are NOT valid. Make sure to read the questions in the motivation letter thoroughly and be specific and personal in your reasoning. Without exception, answers may not exceed the allowed number of characters (letters and spaces) for each question.
  • Prepare a Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English using the Europass format of maximum three pages. Additional pages will not be considered. Any CV submitted in another format than Europass is NOT valid. We also ask you not to insert any photos of yourself in the CV.
  • Prepare a letter of reference. It is recommended to use the Swedish Institute template for the academic year 2017/2018 (will be available here in December).
  • When the Swedish Institute scholarship application period opens on 1 February 2017, apply through our online system. Use the personal application number retrieved from Do not forget to submit your enclosures.

The Remedial Institution is looking for candidates who display both perceptive ability and leadership potential and welcome candidates regardless of age, gender and faith. The grant program is designed for diversity among the grant holders.



  • Invoice address:
    Svenska institutet
    838 73 FRÖSÖN
  • Postal address:
    Slottsbacken 10 Box 7434
    S-103 91 Stockholm
    +46 8-453 78 00
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  • Bank details:
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  • Visiting Address:
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