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ECB Women in Economics Scholarship Live Session

Are you a woman seeking a Master’s course in economics at a European school? If so, our Women in Economics Scholarship could be for you!

12 May 13:30 - 15:00 CEST

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We are offering grants, worth €10,000 each, to five female economics students.

Are you a woman currently enrolled, or about to enroll, in a Master’s course in economics at a university or business school in Europe? If so, our Women in Economics Scholarship could be for you!

The funding is intended to help finance your studies. Successful candidates will also have the opportunity to gain insights into our cutting-edge research and to learn about the career opportunities we offer.

Economics is a diverse field. We welcome applications from students interested in a broad range of topics – not just central banking.

Why do we offer this scholarship?

The economics profession lags behind in terms of gender balance. We at the ECB want to support women’s career development in the wider field of economics as well as in central banking.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Eligibility criteria

  • You are a woman
  • You are an EU citizen
  • You are currently enrolled, or are about to enrol, in a Master’s course in economics at a European university or business school
  • You have a financial need, and the funding gap may prevent you from pursuing your studies
  • You obtained excellent grades in your undergraduate studies (corresponding grades are outlined below for some countries; for other countries, grades of an equivalent level are required)

Got questions?

Not sure whether you are eligible? Don’t know if your Master’s programme would qualify? Join our Live Session with a live Q&A panel to learn more!

 

 



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