The Linköping University (LiU) International Scholarship 2022-2023 is a master’s scholarship for international students that is partially sponsored. This scholarship grants a 25%, 50%, or 75% reduction in tuition prices.
On a fully-funded Swedish Institute scholarship, you could pursue a master’s degree in Sweden. The Liu International Scholarship is designed to help students from countries outside of the European Union/European Economic Area who have significant educational potential.
Many of Linköping University’s innovative educational programs have a distinct industry focus that leads to qualification, such as physicians, educators, economists, and technicians.
Linköping University is glad to provide a limited number of scholarships to excellent international students. The LiU International Scholarship is designed to help international Master’s students from outside the European Union/European Economic Area who have exceptional academic potential.
Linköping University offers a variety of unique educational programs, many of which are focused on business and lead to certifications for doctors, teachers, economists, and engineers, for example.
About the Scholarship:
Linköping became Sweden’s sixth university in 1975. Linköping University (LiU) has grown significantly since then, with campuses in Norrköping and Stockholm.
Since medieval times, when Linköping Cathedral offered a school with significant international ties and its own student hall in Paris, Linköping has been a prominent center of learning. The Cathedral School opened in 1627 as Sweden’s third upper secondary school, and a college for primary school teachers opened in 1843. The Fröbel Institute, Sweden’s first college for training pre-school teachers, was established in Norrköping in 1902.
Linköping University (LiU) undertakes world-leading, boundary-crossing research in subjects such as materials science, information technology, and hearing in close partnership with the corporate world and society. In the same vein, the university provides a variety of unique educational programs, many of which have a distinct professional focus and lead to certification as doctors, teachers, economists, and engineers, among other professions.
On four campuses, the institution has 32,000 students and 4,000 employees. We are working together to find answers to the challenging challenges that we face today. Our students are among the most sought-after on the job market, and LiU is consistently ranked as a top global university in international rankings.
In both education and research, Linköping University has always prioritized innovation. In 1980, the Department of Thematic Studies, which had just been established, took a novel approach in Sweden. Interdisciplinary themes such as Technology and Social Change and Water and Environmental Studies were used to arrange the research. To overcome challenging challenges, scientists collaborated across disciplines. LiU was also the first university in Sweden to establish graduate research programs for several topics. Later, the approach extended throughout the university and became a national success.
In 1986, the newly founded Faculty of Health Sciences (Hälsouniversitetet) brought together government and regionally financed education.
It was the first in Sweden to adopt problem-based learning, or PBL, and was the first in the country to do so. Later, LiU became the world’s first institution to allow students from various health sciences degrees to treat real patients on a student-run training hospital.
The establishment of Campus Norrköping in 1997 was a watershed moment in the University’s history. Some programs were previously run out of Norrköping, but the number of students has exploded as a result of the government’s efforts to expand higher education. The former industrial district’s historic factories were brought back to life with classrooms, labs, cafés, a library, and, of course, students.
When the prestigious Carl Malmsten School of Furniture sought a working partner from the academic sector, Linköping University extended to Stockholm as well. In the year 2000, the Malmsten furniture design and handicraft programs were integrated into LiU. Malmstens relocated to new premises on the island of Lidingö in the autumn of 2009, after nearly 60 years in Södermalm in central Stockholm. LiU now has a fourth location.
When the prestigious Carl Malmsten School of Furniture sought a working partner from the academic sector, Linköping University extended to Stockholm as well. In the year 2000, the Malmsten furniture design and handicraft programs were integrated into LiU. Malmstens relocated to new premises on the island of Lidingö in the autumn of 2009, after nearly 60 years in Södermalm in central Stockholm. LiU now has a fourth location. ..
The research at Linköping University is internationally renowned, with specific leadership capabilities in materials science, information technology, and disability studies. LiU was the first institution in Sweden to integrate interdisciplinary research and problem-based learning (PBL).
The university is proud of its work in medical, teacher education, business, and economics, and it provides international students with a fantastic opportunity to study in a fascinating interdisciplinary setting. Linköping University’s worldwide outlook means it rates highly for both research and education on a global scale, with courses taught in English from undergraduate to doctoral levels. Every year, over a thousand international students take classes at Linköping as part of the university exchange program, resulting in a vibrant, cosmopolitan campus culture. Linköping University also offers more than 20 foreign programs to students from all around the world.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Linköping University
Host Country(s): Sweden
Scholarship Worth: $11,000
Study Level: Masters
The International Scholarships at Linkoping University in Sweden cover the following topics:
- A student who receives a LIU International Scholarship has their tuition expenses lowered by 25, 50, 75, or 100 percent.
- Scholarships within the LIU International Scholarships program will result in a 50-100 percent tuition price waiver.
- The scholarship may cover the entire tuition amount or only a portion of it. If the scholarship covers part of the tuition fee, the student must pay the outstanding amount (=the remainder of the fee) no later than the payment deadline.
Eligibility for Scholarship
Applicants must meet the following requirements to be considered for Linköping University International Scholarships in Sweden:
- English is a required language.
- Eligible Countries: This master’s scholarship is open to international students from outside the European Union/European Economic Area and Switzerland.
- Students who have applied to Linköping University for a master’s degree
- You submitted your application before the deadline for admittance, and
- Students who are citizens of the EU/EEA or Switzerland, permanent Swedish residents, exchange students (from all countries), and Ph.D. students are exempt from paying application and tuition costs.
- Citizens of non-EU, non-EEA, and non-Swiss countries must pay application and tuition fees for higher education in Sweden.
The Linköping University (LiU) International Scholarship 2022 is open to all international students.
To participate, applicants must visit the following website to learn more about the application process:
Documentation of Citizenship (and Fee-Exempt Status): If you are exempt from paying fees, you must provide documentation of your citizenship status (and fee-exempt status) in order for your application to be processed.
You prioritized a master’s program at Linköping University (ranked as number 1 of 4).
You were admitted to your first choice in the first announcement of election results (annually in April), and
The student must notify Linköping University in writing if he or she is no longer needed to pay tuition fees.
The application period for LiU Scholarships opens each year on the day students receive the Notification of Selection Results and is only open for a short time (about 3 days).
03 April – Application period opens.
06 April – Application period will close at 23:59 CET.
21 April – Scholarship recipients will be published on this page.
Eligible students are invited to apply before the deadline for application