Special scholarships

“DoRa Pluss” programme offers following stipends:


Activity 1.1 “Short study and research related visits of Estonian young researchers and master students abroad“: grants to participate in a professional conference, seminar or course, or carry out other educational and research-related activities (e.g. working in libraries, using laboratories, developing study materials, working with a supervisor, participating in field work, consultations or other similar tasks) for up to 30 calendar days. The size of the grant consists of a transport allowance based on unit prices; study mobility accommodation allowance; daily allowance and the participation fees will be covered based on cost. The maximum size of the grant is 2000€ for one activity independent of its duration or location.

More detailed info on the scholarship is available here.

The application form can be downloaded here and should be sent electronically to the programme coordinator by the 5th of each month (except 5 July), taking into account that the mobility should start 6 weeks after the 10th of the month of application.

Activity 1.2 “Mobility of doctoral students from Estonian universities to foreign universities or research facilities”: support for EAMT doctoral student mobility in foreign universities or research facilities for the purposes of study, training or participation in non-formal or formal education. The grant can be applied for more than once during the nominal study period, taking into account that the minimum mobility period is 31 calendar days and the grant can be awarded for a maximum of 10 months according to the quota allocated by EAMT.

Applications can be made for a grant to cover the travel, accommodation and living expenses related to the mobility.

More detailed info on the scholarship is available here.

The application form can be downloaded here and should be sent electronically to the coordinator 5 times a year: 23 February, 25 May, 25 August, 24 September and 24 November.

 

Targeted scholarship for international students of music subjects


The purpose of the targeted scholarship for international students is to increase the interest of academically particularly capable international students in studying at the Academy and the opportunities for them to do so.

EAMT offers scholarships for non-EU students at BA and MA levels covering either 50% or 25% of the tuition fee, whose:

  • entrance examination result is at least 9 at BA level or at least 9 at MA level (admitted for the academic year 2021-2022):
  • last examination result in main study at least “very good” (admitted earlier)

Read more: Application, award and payment procedures for scholarships and study allowances at EAMT

 

Targeted scholarship for students of Cultural Management and Contemporary Physical Performance Making


The purpose of the targeted scholarship is to increase the interest of academically particularly capable students in studying the master’s curricula of Cultural Management and Contemporary Physical Performance Making at the Academy and the opportunities for them to do so.

A student may apply for the targeted scholarship during his or her enrolment in the Cultural Management or Contemporary Physical Performance Making curriculum or if he or she:

  • is in the second year of studying for a master’s degree in Cultural Management or Contemporary Physical Performance Making and has submitted an application to the Registry and Student Affairs Department for the award of the scholarship;
  • is studying full-time and completing the curriculum in full (cumulatively at least 30 ECTS credits per semester);
  • has a weighted average grade of at least 4.0 across his or her studies;
  • is not on academic leave.

Scholarships for first-year students are awarded by the entrance examination committee on the basis of the ranking of entrance examination results. If a student candidate who has been awarded a scholarship gives up his or her student place, the scholarship is offered to the next candidate in the ranking. Scholarships for second-year students are awarded by the academic department council on the basis of the study results of the first academic year.

The number of scholarships in the Cultural Management curriculum is as follows:

  • 1 scholarship equal to 100% of the annual tuition fee;
  • 4 scholarships equal to 50% of the annual tuition fee.

The number of scholarships in the Contemporary Physical Performance Making curriculum is as follows:

  • 4 scholarships equal to 50% of the annual tuition fee;
  • 4 scholarships equal to 25% of the annual tuition fee.

Read more: Application, award and payment procedures for scholarships and study allowances at EAMT