Scholarships, grants and allowances

 

Scholarships: Because of the fact that the SUMA master programmes are EIT Labeled, we are able to support all enrolled students with an ‘Added value student activities grant’ (AVSA grant) and a ‘Travel and Subsistence Allowance’ (TSA). For students starting in September 2018, the AVSA equals 9.000 EUR (4.500 EUR per year) and is paid immediately to the student; the TSA is of 4500€ (2250€ per year) and covers travel and subsistence costs for mandatory components of the programme (summer schools, exchanges, internships etc.). Please note that the TSA allowance is not directly paid to the students.
EIT Raw Materials determines the payment modalities of these scholarships.

Living costs:  students are responsible for covering living costs during their stay, including accommodation, equipment, consumables, health and travel insurance, third party liability insurance, student union fee where applicable.

Accommodation: Each partner institution will render assistance to incoming students in finding appropriate accommodation for the duration of their studies at the institution.

An academic and administrative representative for the Dual Master’s Degree tracks is present at each institution. He/she is responsible to provide advisory, academic and administrative services to selected students.

Prerequisites for the mobility include that the student has successfully completed a sufficient number of credits at the entry partner institution. During the mobility, students are responsible for covering the travel costs to the host country and living costs during their stay, including accommodation, equipment, consumables, health and travel insurance, third party liability insurance, student union fee where applicable.

 

This activity has received funding from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, under the Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation