Scholarships and Fees

Fees

The participation fees for intake 2018 are 12000 €/year.

Students accepted without scholarship will need to pay 500€ (non refundable) as a confirmation fee within two weeks after receiving the acceptance letter. This amount will be deducted from the full amount of the participation fees. More details of the payment will be in the acceptance letter.

Costs related to events integrated in the curriculum are covered by the programme and included in the participation fee. If you are nominated for a scholarship as indicated below, the participation fee is waived.

 

Scholarships

There are two types of scholarships and they are not necessarily a full scholarship, and thus it may be necessary to find additional funding to be able to fully finance study and stay.

  • Fee waiver
  • Fee waiver + a monthly allowance of up to €750 for a maximum of 24 months

 

For EU* Students For Non-EU* Students
  • You can be nominated for this scholarship irrespective of whether your application has been received during round 0, round 1 and round 2.
  • You can be nominated for this scholarship only when applying in application round 0 (for MSc Clean Fossil and Alternative Fuels Energy, EMINE) or round 1 (for all MSc programmes – intake Fall 2018)

* By ‘EU students’, we mean students with citizenship in one of the EEA countries (all EU member states and Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland) or Switzerland. ‘Non-EU students’ are therefore classified as all students who do not comply with the above definition of an ‘EU student’.

How to apply for a scholarship? When applying for one of our MSc programmes, please tick the appropriate box in the application form that you would like to apply for a scholarship. Scholarships can only be awarded to applicants to InnoEnergy MSc programmes. It is not possible to apply for an InnoEnergy scholarship when you are already enrolled in an InnoEnergy MSc programme.

Code of conduct: Applicants who apply for a scholarship do agree to the terms of the InnoEnergy SE Student Code of Conduct.

Scholarship levels: Scholarships are awarded to the highest ranking applicants per programme; scholarship levels depend on the budget available for each programme and may therefore vary. The ranking is based on several criteria such as academic performance, quality of previous education and university, experience with innovation and entrepreneurship, etc. Please note that it is not possible to appeal decisions in relation to scholarships; the selection results (ranking) as such do not constitute grounds for an appeal. It is not possible to transfer a InnoEnergy MSc scholarship to another InnoEnergy programme or to a non-InnoEnergy programme.

Scholarships paid in Poland are presently subject to taxation in accordance with the provisions of Polish law. Subject to certain conditions, benefits paid by an entity having its registered office outside of Poland may be exempt from tax on the basis of Article 21 points 39, 40 and 40b of the Act of 26 July 1991. AGH shall endeavour to arrange a tax exemption for the Student. However, a final decision in this regard is issued by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education in accordance with the binding provisions on personal income tax (Journal of Laws of 2012 No. 361 as amended).

 

Other financial support

In addition to applying for scholarships you can apply for Erasmus+ study loans. They have been created by the European Commission to make it easier to study a full degree programme abroad.

Erasmus+  makes it possible for students who want to take a full Master’s-level degree in an Erasmus+ programme country to apply for a loan at a bank in their home country.

Please note that the Erasmus+ study loan programme is not financed or organized by InnoEnergy.

And you can also find other ways to finance your MSc programme in the scholarship portal.