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The Lund University Global Scholarship programme is targeted at top academic students from countries outside the EU/EEA (and Switzerland). You apply for a Lund University Global Scholarship after you have applied for the programme/or free-standing course you wish to study at Lund University.
The Swedish Institute offers several scholarship programmes for international students studying at Bachelor's, Master's, PhD and post-doctoral levels.
Swedish Institute Study Scholarship:
The Swedish Institute Study Scholarships target highly qualified students across two categories:
Category 1: Students from the following 12 developing countries: Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Category 2: Students with citizenship from countries on the DAC list (note there are some exceptions).
In the 2013 application round over 30 of Lund University's study programmes are nominated for this scholarship.
For full information about nominated programmes and other details please review the Swedish Institute Study Scholarship webpage.
Other Swedish Institute Scholarships:
For full information and details please review the Swedish Institute Scholarship information webpage.
Lund University is a participating institution in the US Government Federal William D. Ford Direct Loan Program for undergraduate, Master’s and doctoral programmes. This includes the Stafford Loans and the Graduate Plus Loans. Please note that this loan programme is only available to US citizens or eligible non-citizens. Read more about US student finance and Lund University.
Lund University is registered with the Canadian tax authorities and accordingly we accept students with Canadian loan schemes.
Christine Clancy from the USA
“My teacher is brilliant, dedicated and very encouraging. Having a good teacher is the only thing that’s important for a musician.”
“Music has really become my whole life since I began studying here at the Academy. Even though no one in my family is involved in music at a professional level, or even listens much to classical music, I knew early on that this is what I wanted to work with.”
Anne Sophie Broholt Jensen
“One advantage at the Malmö Academy of Music is that we have classes together and listen to each other. There is a special solidarity here and I have never experienced any negative competition between us students. We motivate, support and encourage each other a lot.”
“My goal is to play in a symphony orchestra when I graduate and I have already started auditioning for orchestra jobs. Most of the time my auditions go well, but whatever the result they provide excellent opportunities to play in situations where you have to perform at the highest level.”
Amelia Jakobsson Boyarsky
"My time at the Malmö Academy of Music has given me a solid foundation to stand on when I am out in professional life."