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Master scholarships at the Department of Economics

Scholarships at the Department of Economics are only available for students enrolled at the University of Oslo

The INTPART Resourceful Scholarship

The Department of Economics has a limited number of scholarships available for Master's students who plan to write their Master's thesis about a topic relevant to any of INTPART Resourceful's research areas.

Application deadline: 1 November

ESOP Student Scholarships

ESOP has a limited number of scholarships available for Master's students who plan to write their Master's thesis about a topic relevant to ESOP's research areas.

Application deadline: 20 October

The OFS Scholarship

Oslo Fiscal Studies (OFS) has a limited number of scholarships available for Master's students who plan to write their Master's thesis about a topic relevant to any of OFS' research areas.

Application deadline: 20 October

INNOPROD scholarship

The Department of Economics has a limited number of scholarships available for Master's students who plan to write their Master's thesis about a topic relevant to any of INNOPROD's research areas.

Application deadline: 20 October

Scholarship in Advanced Methods/Research

The Department of Economics has a limited number of scholarships available for students who choose Advanced Methods/Research and complete two requisite 5000 courses.

Application deadline: 20 April

The Frisch scholarship (external scholarship)

Oslo-based Master students in economics who will be writing their Master Thesis during the following year may apply for the Frisch Scholarship.

Application deadline: 15 May

Vista Analyse scholarship (external scholarship)

Vista Analyse has two to three scholarships, each of 20 000 NOK, available for students writing their thesis on a relevant topic,

Application deadline: April 1

Scholarships for students at the Faculty of Social Sciences

An overview of different scholarships available for students who study at the Faculty of Social Sciences. The scholarships are from external institutions, and are thematically oriented.