You can apply for a scholarship to cover the tuition fee at GIH. You can apply for a scholarship when you have received an official admission notice (letter of acceptance) and an invoice. You can apply for a scholarship where the language of instruction is English and where the single course or program is advertised via University admission. External link, opens in new window.
The budget for scholarship funds can vary over time and GIH can therefore not state exactly how much money is available in any given situation. However, the principles for allocation are as follows:
- Scholarships are given according to the order of merits, meaning that a student who is accepted with the highest merits will receive a scholarship first, and then scholarships will be given in descending order of merits.
- (A) The first award of the scholarship should fully cover the tuition fee. (B) The second award will cover as much as possible, and the student will then have to cover the remaining amount by self-payment. (C) If there are no scholarship funds left, the student will have to pay the full fee.
- (I) The scholarship is given firstly to program students at advanced level. (II) Secondly, program students at undergraduate level. (III) Thirdly, those studying a single course at advanced level. (IV) Fourthly, those studying a single course at undergraduate level.