Win the Mayor’s scholarship
Over PLN one million will be allocated by the Commune-City of Szczecin to scholarships for the best students and Ph.D. students.
The scholarship programme of the Mayor of Szczecin, designated for students and Ph.D. students, has been launched. This is its first scheme within which the scholarship holders will be acquiring financial support for a period of 12 months.
The selection of students to be granted the scholarship will be carried out by a commission composed of, among others, representatives of universities (vice-chancellors and pro-vice-chancellors). The scholarship programme is to motivate the students to enter education in Szczecin and stay in our city.
For this year, PLN 150 000 has been allocated for the programme. The scholarships will be granted for the last three months of this year. The amount planned to be spent on scholarships of the Mayor of Szczecin next year is PLN 1 000 000.
The distinguished students will be paid PLN 1317 gross, while Ph.D. students PLN 3339.69 gross.
Those entitled to apply for a scholarship are:
Students who, inter alia:
- live in Szczecin, possess the citizenship of one of the EU member states or a Polish permanent residence card, have achieved an average from exam results no lower than 4.5 in the last two terms, confirmed by a university Dean (applies to the students of first-degree studies or uniform Master’s studies), and declare they will work or continue to study in Szczecin or within a commune or a district belonging to the Association of the Szczecin Metropolitan Area for a minimum of 3 years during a period of 5 years after completing the studies.
Ph.D. students who, inter alia:
- live in Szczecin, possess the citizenship of one of the EU member states or a Polish permanent residence card, will provide a certificate from the Dean’s office of a university/academic institution conducting Ph.D. studies on being admitted and registered for the next term of Ph.D. studies, or will deliver a certified copy of the resolution of the board of a faculty at a university/academic institution entitled to run Ph.D. programmes on the opening of a Ph.D. programme and designating a supervisor of the candidate’s doctoral thesis; have completed uniform Master’s studies or second-degree studies with at least a good performance; will conduct research and prepare a doctoral thesis in the preferred scientific field and specialty; and will declare they will work or continue to study in Szczecin or within a commune or a district belonging to the Association of the Szczecin Metropolitan Area for a minimum of 3 years during a period of 5 years after completing the studies; have academic achievements.