Are you an excellent student looking to pursue a Masters degree at a world-class university? Have you considered applying to ETH Zurich in Switzerland? ETH Zurich is consistently ranked as one of the top universities in the world, known for excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. But you may be wondering – how can I afford to study there?
This is where the ETH Zurich Excellence Masters Scholarships come in. These prestigious scholarships are awarded to the best and brightest students from around the world.
Keep reading to find out.
|Program||Excellence Scholarship & Opportunity Programme|
|Deadline||15th December 2023|
ETH Zurich is one of the world’s leading universities in science and technology, consistently ranked among the top universities globally. Founded in 1855 as the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School, ETH Zurich is located in the heart of Zurich, Switzerland. It is renowned for excellence in fields like engineering, computer science, mathematics, natural sciences, architecture, and more.
ETH Zurich is also home to 21 Nobel Laureates, adding to its reputation for groundbreaking research and innovation. With over 20,000 students from over 120 countries, ETH Zurich offers a highly international environment.
Programs available in these areas:
- Architecture & Civil Engineering
- Natural Sciences & Mathematics
- Engineering Sciences
- System-oriented Natural Sciences
- Management & Social Sciences
- Open to all international students
- Must have an A grade in undergraduate degree
- Must be reachable at the phone number on CV
- Students already enrolled in ETH Zurich Master’s program are not eligible
- Ensure you can be reached by phone/video call for potential interview in February
You must apply during the first application window to be eligible for the scholarship.
In addition to admission documents, you must upload a pre-proposal for your master’s thesis (see guidelines).
- The pre-proposal must be your own original work with proper citations. Plagiarism or misinformation will lead to exclusion or revocation of admission/scholarship.
- Provide two reference persons (professors) even if not required by your program.
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