The European Union Scholarship Programme for the Turkish Cypriot Community

IMPORTANT NOTES FOR ALL APPLICANTS


Grant Disbursement to Scholars

Under 2019/20 Call, the grants will be disbursed in 3 components;  Tuition Fee Living allowance Travel Allowance  Tuition Fee There is a cap on the tuition fee to be paid to the host universities/institutions. The maximum amount of tuition fee that can be paid for one academic year programme is €10,000. If the tuition fee is more than €10,000, the scholar will be responsible to pay for the remaining amount. In the case of short term programmes the maximum amount of tuition fee will be calculated on pro-rata basis (see Table 1 below).   Tuition fee will be paid directly to the host institution in the chosen EU country. It will be paid upon receiving the invoice from the educational institution once the scholar is enrolled to his/her programme. In some countries it may be required to pay the tuition fee before being officially enrolled. In this case, the British Council can pay the… >>

INSURANCE

Scholars are responsible for obtaining insurance including healthcare coverage for the duration of their stay in the host country. In the event of serious health or welfare issues that occur after the scholar’s arrival in the host country, British Council cannot be held responsible for any costs incurred. See http://www.abburs.eu/en/studying-in-eu.html for guidance and advice. >>

VISA

Scholars are responsible themselves to obtain a visa if required by the host country. EU Scholarship Programme does not provide immigration advice to scholars and reserves the right to cancel the scholarship awarded if the scholar is unable to secure a visa to enter the host country. Even if the grant contract is signed, British Council reserves the right not to make the payment until the visa is secured by the scholar. >>

Terms and Conditions

General Conditions for All Applicants Scholars are responsible themselves to obtain a visa if required by the host country. EU Scholarship Programme does not provide immigration advice to scholars and reserves the right to cancel the scholarship awarded if the scholar is unable to secure a visa to enter the host country. Even if the grant contract is signed, British Council reserves the right not to make the payment until the visa is secured by the scholar.  Applicants must declare that there are no health conditions preventing them to attend and complete the programme they want to study/attend.  Scholars are responsible for obtaining insurance including healthcare coverage for the duration of their stay in the host country. In the event of serious health or welfare issues that occur after the scholar’s arrival in the host country, British Council cannot be held responsible for… >>

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