Source: Dainik Bhaskar- Bhaskar Lakshya (27-Nov-2017)

IED International Scholarship Competition 2017

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR BACHELORS

DEADLINE: December 4th 2017

IED Istituto Europeo di Design invites young creatives to convert their ideas into projects by taking part to the INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS 2017 contest. Up for grabs are 24 scholarships covering the 50% of the tuition fees for Undergraduate Courses in Design, Fashion, Visual Arts and Communication held in Milan, Barcelona, Florence, Madrid, Rome and Turin exclusively to students from the following Countries:

BULGARIA – ROMANIA – SERBIA – GERMANY – FRANCE – COLOMBIA – MEXICO – ECUADOR – PERU – TURKEY- EGYPT – LEBANON – CIS COUNTRIES* – KOREA – INDIA – INDONESIA

* CIS countries include: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine

HOW TO APPLY

Participants are required to present themselves creatively making or choosing one or more images showing their creativity connected with the ideas and motivations expressed in their presentation letter.

To take part in the Scholarship contest, students must register and upload the required material by December 4th, 2017:

Step 1. Read carefully the Regulation and the projects’ briefing.

Step 2. Choose the course you are applying for.

Step 3. Get registered by filling in the form available at: ied.edu/profession/international-scholarship-competition-for-undegraduate-courses 

Once registered, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with credentials to enter your Personal Area, where you could upload the required documents.

Step 4. Start to arrange the required documents, respecting the guidelines reported in the briefing.

Step 5. Once the material collection is ready, enter your Personal Area with the given credentials and upload your project and the required documents.

Step 6. In case you win the scholarship, you will have 3 days to confirm your acceptance and 5 days to complete your application at IED.

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