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Culture and change: critical studies in the humanities is a two-year master’s programme aimed at students interested in better understanding various cultural phenomena, both past and present. The programme will encourage you to think expansively and creatively about how culture is produced and reproduced, and why it is still contested terrain. We explore and ask questions about issues of power, representation, memory, silence, and place. The programme will help you to bridge theory and practice, and to develop research interests in collaboration with external stakeholders. If you have ever considered working in the arts, policy-making, cultural administration, or even pursuing a PhD, this might be the ideal programme for you.
Bachelor's degree (180 credits) or equivalent in social sciences, humanities or arts.
General eligibility + the equivalent of Swedish higher secondary school English course B.
Malmö University administers scholarships for talented master's students from countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland. These scholarships are available for students admitted to master's programmes only.
Malmö University offers a limited number of scholarships that cover the entire tuition fee to talented students.
NOTE: CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS
Eligible applicants will receive an invitation to apply for the Malmö University Master's Scholarship by April 6.
**Who can apply?**
1- You are eligible for the Malmö University Master's Scholarship (MUMS) if you are:
-liable to pay tuition fee for university studies in Sweden, and admitted to an English-taught master's programme at Malmö University.
We generally grant 10 to 20 scholarships annually, each covering the full tuition fee for one student. Scholarships are awarded on basis of academic merit, experience and motivation. Students admitted to two-year programmes retain the scholarship for the second year if they successfully complete the first year of study and meet the progression criteria.
Eligible students receive an invitation to apply for the Master's Scholarship after the notification of selection results.
The scholarship application form contains three questions that applicants need to answer, after which applicants must submit a one-page CV. Students are assessed on answers in the application form, their experience as described in the CV, as well as their academic records from previous studies. Malmö University staff make an overall assessment of all complete and eligible applications and nominate candidates to the Head of Student Affairs, who make the final decision of scholarship nominations.
The Swedish Institute coordinates a number of different scholarship programmes that can be used for studies in the on-site master's programmes at Malmö University.
Application period open 2-9 February, 2018. Results announced on April 26.
SI grants scholarships to a large number of master’s programmes starting in the autumn semester 2018.
To begin with, apply for up to four master’s programmes at universityadmissions.se, between 16 October 2017 – 15 January 2018.
Then apply for an SI scholarship between 2-9 February 2018, follow the instructions in each country's specific link.
Depending on the country you are from and the programmes you choose scholarships and the number of awards varies, please see the link below:
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