- tick a special box in your application form (the last question "I want my application to be considered for HSE St Petersburg Scholarship support").
Eligibility (according to the HSE St Petersburg Scholarship Statute):
- no academic failure
- no financial debt
- student doesn't have any other financial support for academic mobility, e.g. Erasmus+ scholarship
Best applicants will be awarded automatically according to the number of available scholarships.
Once a student receives a confirmation email about the scholarship, he/she has to check with Student Accounting Department whether they have all required information to proceed with scholarship payment (e.g. bank account details). The scholarship is transferred at a time to student's Sberbank MIR card issued by the university. If student doesn't have such a card, she/he have to apply to the Student Accounting Department for further changes.
Upon arrival to the partner university student has to ask Incoming Exchange Students Coordinator to sign and stamp the Certificate of Attendance and send the scanned copy of the document to the firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to the HSE St Petersburg internal procedures, all scholarships are paid in the period from October to December, in the end of each month provided that your documents are submitted in time (e.g. on October 25th, November 25th, etc.).
NB! HSE St. Petersburg scholarships are transffered in three payments in the end of each month, provided that your documents are submitted in time (e.g. on October 25th, November 25th, etc.).
If the unniversity which you applied to has got scholarships' spots (please check this info in Study abroad destinations), your application will be considered automatically.
If number of applications will be more than spots covered with scholarships, only best applicants will be awarded with financial support.
Erasmus+ and FIRST+ scholarships are third-party scholarships, so students receive all payments upon arrival. Host university coordinates the transferring of these scholarships.