FIND OUT MORE ABOUT STUDYING AND LIVING IN EUROPE
Please click on the links below to find universities and further higher education links in the European Union. The links are external sites and we are not responsible for their content.
As per the Guidelines, nominees 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 nominees’ arrival in the host country, EU Scholarship Programme, cannot be held responsible for any costs incurred.
The links below are to help applicants find out about:
Studying in Europe - Click on the links below by the flag to enter the EU Member State's Higher Education website
Within the country link you will find information about accommodation with further links and information about dormitories, private housing/flats… > > > >
As per the Guidelines:
All applicants should have at least 7 cumulative years of full-time education in primary, secondary or high school in Cyprus or in a university/higher education institution in northern part of Cyprus. If the applicant is enrolled for the current academic year (i.e. 2019/20), the current academic year will count towards attaining the 7 years.
A simplified form has been created for this purpose. Please note that this document must be signed and stamped by the school/s. Please click here to dowload the document.
This document can also be requested by the school.
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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. > > > >
As per the Guidelines, applicants are advised to complete their application after they have read carefully the Guidelines and all the answers to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) raised by the other applicants, which will be published on the websitewww.abburs.eu. The answers to the FAQs may clarify important issues tFAQhat may help the candidates with their application.
Please send your questions by email to: [email protected]
The EU Scholarship Programme team will be publishing all questions on this page. Please click on the links below PDF copies of each set of FAQs:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ENGLISH
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS TURKISH
FAQS SET 1
SSS SET 1
FAQS SET 2
SSS SET 2
FAQS SET 3
SSS SET 3
FAQS SET 4
SSS SET 4
FAQS SET 5
SSS SET 5
FAQS SET 6
SSS SET 6
FAQS FOR WRITTEN TESTS - TUKISH
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Candidates who have been nominated for an award can view their results on their portals.
Please read the 'Next Steps' document for instructions on how to open a Euro bank account, how to upload program details on the portal, contract signing and grant payment.
We are taking measures in line with local authority regulations, to help protect the health and safety of all EU Scholarship beneficiaries and staff, and to limit the spread of Covid-19. Therefore all nominees are to read and carefully follow the Instructions for Contract Signing document before making an appointment to sign the contract.
A copy of instructions and sample bank details form and Next Steps can be found in both Turkish and English on this website. Please click on the links below:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRACT SIGNING
EU SCHOLARSHIP CONTRACT SAMPLE
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