Fee-waivers are directly funded by the Consortium as part of its scholarship policy to ensure that all students with outstanding academic background may have the chance to join the COSI programme.
Fee-waivers are granted for two consecutive academic year, i.e. the period of the programme.
|Programme country||Partner country|
|50% Fee-waiver per year||1,500 €||3,500 €|
|Total fee-waiver per student||3,000 €||7,000 €|
|(yearly Participation Costs after fee-waiver)||1,500 €||3,500 €|
14 fee-waivers will be offered for 201-2020 selection
- Fee-waivers are offered to applicants to COSI programme. To benefit from this fee-waiver, you must have applied, been selected in the reserve list (i.e. successful applicants who have not been selected for an E+EMJMD scholarship) and then have administratively enrolled in the COSI programme. Therefore, administrative and academic eligibility criteria for COSI selection apply.
- Applicants should apply to COSI programme before the first deadline to allow selection committee to consider them for a fee-waiver.
- Applicants may benefit from both a fee-waiver and a COSI scholarship but cannot be both recipient of an E+EMJMD scholarship and a fee-waiver.
- This fee-waivers awarded to best-ranked applicants in the reserve list during the selection committee following the first application deadline.
- Same selection criteria used to assess application to the programme itself are therefore use. These criteria are based on the overall academic achievements and motivation of the applicants.
How to apply
- There is no specific / separate application process to be considered for this scholarship, providing the applicant apply before the first deadline.
- When the selection outcomes (/results) are notified, applicants are informed by email if they are on the main list (i.e. successful applicants to COSI programme with an E+EMJMD scholarship) or on the reserve list (i.e. successful applicants to COSI programme with or without COSI scholarship and/or a fee-waiver).
- Re-allocation of fee-waivers:
- Successful applicants on the reserve list are notified of their absolute rank by order of merit in the reserve list. COSI scholarships and Fee-waivers are attributed to best applicants on this list. Applicants on the reserve list without scholarships may decided to join the programme as self-financed students (no scholarship from the Consortium).
- However, in case a successful applicant on the main list decide not to join the programme before the induction week, the E+ EMJMD scholarship can be re-allocated to best-ranked students on the reserve list. Consequently an additional fee-waiver become available, that will be in turn re-allocated to best applicants on the reserve list.
- Successful applicants should confirm to the Consortium their acceptance of the fee-waiver or willingness to join the Programme without scholarship in due time.
- Non-successful applicants or successful student without scholarships attributed can appeal of the selection committee decisions.
- Fee-waivers are directly managed by the Consortium.
- Fee-waiver disbursement is subject to the conclusion and satisfactory fulfillment of the student agreement between the student and the COSI consortium.
- Upon formal agreement with the student at the time of signature of the student agreement, the Coordinating Institution will deduct the fee-waiver directly from the contribution to participation costs at the beginning of each academic year. The remaining 50% of the participation costs should be paid in due time.
Fee-waivers terms of references are fixed on the COSI student agreement.
[last update = 20/11/2015]