I Love the 1st February

I Love the 1st February, yeaah… hari ini mendapat kabar yang sangat manis dari seorang temen. Ceritanya hari ini aku buka milis angkatan, dan mendapati link beasiswa sekolah dari Pemerintahan Swiss. Hahaha, one step closer to my dream.. Yes, someday i will go to Switzerland !. Terima kasih buat mbak Nela Oktivani yang telah membantu mencarikan saya link beasiswa tersebut. Sayang berhubung inet d kantor sedikit lambat jaya (tears) nanti saya buka di rumah saja. Dan buat pembaca, monggo apabila ada yang tertarik untuk sekolah di Swiss juga ini artikelnya :

Kelik Disini (ini kalo mau liat keseluruhan)


1. Eligibility
*  Candidates must hold a university degree (Bachelors/Masters) on commencement of the scholarship.
*  Candidates must be able to demonstrate their academic abilities and what they aim to achieve.
* Candidates must contact the institution and/or the professor supervising their period of research. Universities may request supplementary information and/or set certain additional conditions to determine whether or not you qualify for admission.
* Candidates must be under the age of 35 (born on or after 1.1.1975).
* Candidates must be suitably proficient in the language of instruction (French, German, Italian or English) in order to draw full benefit from their studies in Switzerland.
* Candidates who have already embarked on the first year of a Masters programme at a Swiss university or UAS are no longer eligible for a Swiss government scholarship (with the exception of arts scholarships). Such applications will not be considered by Swiss diplomatic representations.
* Swiss government scholarships may not be combined with other scholarships or awards.

2. Length and amount
Scholarships are provided for a nine-month academic year. Scholarships for postgraduate or Masters programmes lasting up to 2 years (3 or 4 semesters) may be extended depending on results from the first year.

Scholarships consist of monthly payments of:
CHF 1920.-     for postgraduate students
CHF 1920.-     for fine arts and music students
CHF 1600.-     for students attending language courses in Fribourg or Lugano

The Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreign Students does not cover the cost of academic and /or term fees. Generally-speaking, the universities and the Zurich Federal Institute of Technology exempt holders of Swiss government scholarships from term fees, but not necessarily from Masters programme enrolment fees. In the event that these fees are not waived, it is up to the scholarship holder to arrange payment.

Warm Regards,

Angga Rajasa

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