Each year the Graduate Institute awards an important number of scholarships to Master and PhD students for its study programs in the field of international affairs, development studies, international economics, political science, international law, international economics, and international history. Scholarships are awarded according to academic merit and financial need of students.
For being eligible, applicants must hold a bachelor degree (for masters degree coursework) and masters degree for PhD degree coursework
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There are three categories of scholarship:
• Full scholarships: with a few exceptions, these are worth CHF 18,000. Recipients are exempt from Graduate Institute tuition fees.
• Partial scholarships: the value of these grants varies according to the individual needs of the recipient student. These grants do not cover tuition fees which recipients of partial grants are required to pay.
• Tuition scholarships: these grants cover tuition fees for one academic year. They are awarded to exceptional students.
How to Apply
How to Apply: To consult a list of scholarships available through the Institute and to apply for them, please visit:
Please send your scholarship request at the same time as the documents of your application file (the procedure is online). The deadline for submitting scholarship is the same as for the application: Check back next year