Good news! BI Presidential Scholarships is currently open.BI Presidential Scholarships are given to students who possess an outstanding record of superior academic accomplishment. The BI Presidential Scholarships are accessible to Norwegian and foreign candidates.
In the year 1943, Finn Øien started the BI Norwegian Business School at Akersgaten 56. BI did not begin as a college. The first course in business administration only went on three months with a two-hour class weekly. From the autumn of 1944, the key course in business administration was extended to one year of evening courses, and was additional expanded to two years the next year. At the exact period, BI grew into a supplier of short, independent courses within accountancy, industry bookkeeping, machine bookkeeping and business statistics.
With the founding of the two-year daytime course in 1946, the same year that the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) stretched from two to three years, BI started appearing more like a college. Formally, no public authorities approved BI as a college, but BI presented its program as a college-level course.
Application Closing date: Scholarship applications must be gotten by March 1. Submissions from Sivøk scholars must be gotten by March 1.
Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: Norway and International
To be taken at (country): Norway
Eligibility for BI Presidential Scholarships
- Applicants with a GPA of A on the ECTS scale or equal top-level grade on international grade scales who apply for, and are enrolled to, a Master of Science program.
- Individuals presently admitted in BI’s Siviløkonom program are qualified to apply in their 3rd year.
- The BI Presidential Scholarship is accessible to candidates to all Master of Science program.
Selection Procedure: Submissions for Presidential Scholarships will be assessed on an ongoing basis effective until the March 1st main deadline.
Number of Awardees: Not specified
Benefits of BI Presidential Scholarships
Scholarships will fund complete tuition fees and a stipend for living costs for each semester, for up to two years, if the student attains the academic progression requirements.
Length of Program: The BI Presidential Scholarships are provided for the period of 2 years, which is the period of the course.
BI Presidential Scholarships Selection of Recipients:
BI Norwegian Business School purposes to shape a varied and international student body.
- BI ensures distribution of scholarships among MSc program.
- Precedence may be given to candidates from selected nations, nominated partner schools of BI, or enrolled in priority master’s program.
- Every applicant will be evaluated according to the ECTS scale. Contenders with international BSc will have their grades converted to the ECTS scale.
- Other factors that may influence rating can be other academic attainments, GMAT/GRE/CAT scores, extracurricular accomplishments, and special personal attainments.
- Fondness is given to contenders seeking to earn their first master’s degree.
- Scholarship offers will be sent to nominated applicants all through the admission cycle. All scholarships will be granted by the end of April with the exclusion of the A. Final decisions cannot be appealed.
Number of Scholarships:
At most of 20 scholarships for foreign candidates and 10 scholarships for Norwegian candidates are available for the academic year commencing Autumn 2020.
- Candidates may apply for beyond one scholarship; but, BI Norwegian Business School will grant only one scholarship per student.
- Foreign applicants who are qualified for a regular student loan through the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (have at least 180 ECTS from a Norwegian educational institution) may apply for the BI Presidential Scholarship only. Candidates do not qualify for a pay for welfare costs.
- Applicants who have already received a master’s degree are not given precedence for scholarships.
Only applicants admitted to a Master of Science program starting Autumn 2020 will be considered for BI Presidential Scholarships.
How to Apply for BI Presidential Scholarships
- Compose a scholarship application letter, at most 1 page, outlining why you are worthy of this grant and how your academic record qualifies you for consideration.
- Submit the scholarship application letter with your whole application for admission on the online application portal.
- Scholars at the moment enrolled in BI’s Sivøk program can apply in their third year by sending the scholarship application letter to [email protected].
Visit Scholarship Webpage for details for BI Presidential Scholarships.