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SWEA-Denver Scholarship 2018

The Denver chapter of the Swedish Women’s Educational Association (SWEA) invite
applications for scholarships to study Swedish language and culture in Sweden. The scholarship
is for $1000.

To be considered as a candidate for this Scholarship you will travel to Sweden and study. The
the successful candidate will be the person who best promotes SWEA’s mission.

SWEA is a global non-profit organization for Swedish women who are or have been living
abroad. SWEA’s mission is to promote the Swedish language and to share Swedish culture and
tradition. More information about SWEA can be found on www.SWEA.org and
www.denver.swea.org

To apply, please submit the following:

  1. Completed application form.
  2. A personal essay describing who you are and your personal connection to Sweden, why you want
    to study in Sweden and what you hope to get out of the experience.
  3. Description of the Swedish course you intend to attend, including the organization/university that
    offers it.
  4. How will you finance your trip and what expenses are you expecting?

Application deadline April 22nd, 2018

Please note that only complete applications will be considered for the scholarship. Interested
students are strongly encouraged to contact the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages
and Literatures in advance of application to confirm that their proposed course in Swedish is
eligible for this scholarship, gsll(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)colorado.edu

As a part of the application process, an interview will be scheduled with the most qualified
applicants during the month of May.

At the end of the course, the student is required to give a presentation at a SWEA event and write
a brief report about the experience to be submitted to SWEA Denver, denver(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)swea.org

Please contact SWEA Denver if you have additional questions about the scholarship.

 

Download SWEA Denver Scholarship Application Form here