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Our Scholarships

Find here the type of scholarships offered within the Second Call for application.

Available scholarships under the Second call for application

Our scholarships and Types of mobility

Available scholarships under the Second call for application

 

Under this Second Call for Applications AMIDILA will assign the following scholarships:

 

Undergraduate Exchange (from 4 to 10 months):

  • 8 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group A
  • 5 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group B
  • 10 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 3 from Country Group A
  • 6 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 3 from Country Group B
  • 8 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Europe

 

Master Exchange (from 4 to 10 months):

  • 8 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Europe
  • 7 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 2 from Europe

 

Master Full Degree (from 10 to 24 months):

  • 5 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 2 from Country Group A
  • 4 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 2 from Country Group B
  • 5 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 3 from Country Group A
  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 3 from Country Group B

 

Doctorate Exchange (from 6 to 10 months):

  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group A
  • 9 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group B
  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 2 from Country Group B 
  • 6 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Europe
  • 2 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 2 from Europe

 

Post doc (minimum and maximum 6 months):

  • 2 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group A
  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group B
  • 2 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 2 from Country Group B
  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Europe
  • 1 scholarship for candidates of Target Group 2 from Europe

 

Staff (minimum and maximum 1 month):

  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group A
  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Country Group B
  • 2 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 2 from Country Group A
  • 3 scholarships for candidates of Target Group 1 from Europe

 

Countries Groups:

  • Group A: Nationals of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua.
  • Group B: Nationals of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica.
  • EU: Nationals of one of the 28 Member states of the European Union.

 

Our scholarships includes:

A. Subsistence allowance to cover the subsistence costs incurred at your Host University (e.g. accommodation, local transports, food, bills, books, conferences, etc). The subsistence allowances change according to the type of mobility as follow:

Type of mobility

Duration

Subsistence allowance

Undergraduate Exchange students

minimum: 4 months maximum: 10 months

1000€/month

Master Exchange students

minimum: 4 months maximum: 10 months

1000€/month

Master Degree seeking*

minimum: 10 months maximum: 24 months

1000€/month

PhD Exchange students

minimum: 6 months maximum: 10 months

1500€/month

 

 

Post-doctorate

6 months (minimum and maximum)

1800€/month

Staff

1 month (minimum and maximum)

2500€/month

*only for nationals of Central America and South American Countries;

B. 1 round trip flight to reach the Host University at the beginning of the scholarship and be back to the Home Country at the end of the scholarship.

C. Insurance coverage

D. Tuition fees at the Host University, if applicable


Who is an "exchange student/scholar"?

An exchange student is a student enrolled at a university in his/her country of origin (home university) who temporarily studies/researches at an equivalent undergraduate, master or PhD programme offered by a partner university (host university). The exchange period for students lasts either 1 or 2 semesters (6 or 10 months).
At the end of the mobility Exchange students are expected to come back at their Home University and get recognized the activities carried out at the Host University.
Exchange students do not obtain a degree from the Host University. At the end of mobility the Host University will send the academic results of the mobility to the students' home university either as a “Transcript of Records” or as a “Certificate of Achievements”. The main objective of the mobility is the Recognition of studies done abroad.

Exchange students have to be registered at the Home University at an equivalent mobility level during the whole mobility period at the host university.

Who is a degree seeking applicant?

A degree seeking applicant is an individual who is willing to enroll in a complete degree (Undergraduate, Master or PhD) and get the final title.
When the mobility starts the degree seeking student has already obtained a university degree giving access to the next prospective level of study (Secondary school diploma if s/he is willing to enroll in Bachelor programme; Bachelor degree if s/he is willing to enroll in master programme; master degree if s/he is willing to enroll in a PhD programme) and is no longer a student at his/her former university.
Degree seeking students become regular students of the host university and at the end of the mobility are expected to come back to their Home Country with the Host University Bachelor/Master/PhD degree.
Degree seeking students must hold a university degree giving access to the prospective level of study according to the education law of the hosting country.

Who is a post-doctorate?

A post-doctorate fellow is a researcher employed at a university or any other research centre/institution/organization who holds a PhD title or is in the process to obtain it.