ASEM-DUO Fellowship Program by the Ministry of education (Korea, Belgium, Sweden, Singapore, Thailand)

The fellowships are available for Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, PhD degree to carry out Research  and Study

Application areas /Disciplines:

  1. Agriculture,
  2. Forestry and fishery,
  3. Arts and Humanities,
  4. Architecture and town planning,
  5. Business administration and management,
  6. Education and Teacher Training,
  7. Communication,
  8. Engineering,
  9. Environmental Sciences,
  10. Fine and applied arts,
  11. Mathematics and computer sciences,
  12. Medical and health sciences,
  13. Law,
  14. Natural sciences,
  15. Service,
  16. Tourism and Leisure,
  17. Social and behavioral sciences,
  18. Transport and communication

Eligible Countries

Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brunei, Cambodia, Cyprus, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Laos, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mongolia, Myanmar, Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Pakistan, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vietnam.

Overview of scholarship

The ASEM-DUO Fellowship Program aims to:

  1. Promote balanced increase of student contact and exchanges between Europe and Asia
  2. Contribute to setting up regular-basis exchange programs between European and Asian tertiary institutions
  3. Establish a deeper understanding between the two regions

Eligibility / Requirements

Students (including master and Ph.D. courses) who are currently enrolled in ASEM members countries

Benefits:

1.    4,000 euro for each student and there are no restrictions.

2.    It can finance tuition and living or travel expenses

Grant award period:

One semester (Four months)

Grant provider: Ministry of education (Korea, Belgium, Sweden, Singapore, Thailand)

Quick Overview————-
OrganizationMinistry of education of respective countries
Fellowship LevelShort courses, Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, Ph.D. degree
CountryKorea, Belgium, Sweden, Singapore, Thailand
Subject areasAll Disciplines
Fellowship amountVaries
EligibilityOpen to above-mentioned countries
DeadlineVaries according to the country of application

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