Nursing: Masters Level

Nursing: Masters Level

International experience is essential for Nurses.
Learning about diverse people, cultures, beliefs and worldviews can assist nurses in becoming more effective in helping people through illness toward wellness. Research proves that nursing students who studied internationally gain increased skills in self-confidence and cultural awareness, so why not take the opportunity to up your professional game by studying abroad?

WHEN: semester 6
APPLICATION: in semester 4 or 5 (November 1, alt. May 1)
LENGTH: min. of 8 weeks
SCHOLARSHIPS: you can apply for Erasmus+ traineeship scholarship if you plan to collect data for your thesis in Europe or Minor Field Studies scholarship (MFS) if you would like to go to a low- and middle-income country. Within the MFS framework, the receiver of the MFS scholarship should collect data in a developing country for at least eight weeks for her or his Bachelor or Masters thesis. The focus of the study should be on issues related to the global development process and aspects of the thesis area that are relevant for the economic, social, political, cultural, or knowledge development of the developing country.
TIPS: start with your application early and contact your International Coordinator who can help you to get in contact with your Thesis supervisor

The scholarship is 27,000 SEK and is funded by Sida (The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency). The scholarship will allow you, for a minimum of 8 weeks, to carry out a small field study in a low- and middle income country, which will then be the basis for your thesis.

More information about the MFS program and future applications can be found at Ping Pong; search for “Minor Field Studies” in the search catalogue.