Opening date for scholarship applications: February 15th, 2018 (0:00 hrs. GMT +1).
An exclusively merit-based scholarship programme allows selected participants to the Winter Courses to receive financial assistance provided by States, public and private organizations as well as personalities from different countries. The Secretary-General selects the scholarship recipients on behalf of the Curatorium.
The maximum reimbursements per region traveled from are as follows:
Europe: € 250,-.
Maghreb, Middle East, Russia & Central Asia: € 350,-.
South Asia: € 500,-.
North America: € 700,-.
Far East & Sub-Saharan Africa: € 800,-.
Central and South America, Oceania & Pacific Islands: € 1000,-.
The conditions of admission for a scholarship are the same as for full-fee applicants.
- It isn't possible to register simultaneously for a place at the full fee and to apply for a scholarship. In such cases only the scholarship application will be considered. However, unsuccessful scholarship applicants can be registered at the full fee (within the limit of available places) upon request and only after having received the notification of the denied scholarship grant.
- Applicants can be awarded a scholarship only once.