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Women in Economics Scholarship

About the Women in Economics Scholarship

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

Are you a woman about to start, or already enrolled in, a Master’s 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 the recipients’ studies. If selected, you’ll also have the opportunity to visit the European Central Bank to gain an insight into our cutting-edge research, and to learn about the career opportunities we offer.

Economics is a diverse field. We are seeking applications from students interested in a broad range of topics – not limited to central banking.

Read more about the scholarship and APPLY HERE: https://www.ecb.europa.eu/careers/what-we-offer/wecs/html/index.en.html?utm_source=ecb_gl&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=29052019_womenineconomics&utm_content=eventpage

What are the eligibility criteria?

- You are a woman - You are an EU citizen (including UK citizens) - You are currently enrolled, or about to enrol, in a Master’s qualification 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)

What’s in it for you?

- A grant of €10,000 - A study visit to the ECB in the academic year 2019-20 - Insights into the ECB’s cutting-edge economic research - The opportunity to meet your fellow scholars and the ECB Women in Leadership network - Advice and mentoring from an ECB economist

How do I apply?

- Explain the motivation behind your studies and detail your career aspirations - Outline your current funding situation - Provide proof of (preliminary) acceptance to, or enrolment in, a Master’s course in economics for the academic year 2019/20. We accept degrees with a major in economics or with a specialisation (such as international economics, monetary economics, econometrics, development economics, environmental economics) - Provide official transcripts of your undergraduate qualifications, your academic record and (if applicable) evidence of your highest level of studies previously completed

Candidate requirements

Below you can see the candidate requirements you need to meet in order to start a chat with The European Central Bank. Note that some requirements are mandatory and some are optional.

Languages
Mandatory languages:
English
You speak minimum one of these languages:
Bulgarian Croatian Czech Danish Dutch Estonian Finnish French German Greek Hungarian Irish Italian Latvian Lithuanian Maltese Polish Portuguese Romanian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish
Education
Preferably, your education level is:
Master's degree
Preferably, your major is within:
Accounting Agriculture Anthropology Auditing Behavioural Science Business & Culture Business & IT Business & Law Business & languages Business Administration Chemical Engineering Chemistry Communication Computer Science Development Sciences Earth Sciences Economics Educational Sciences Electrical Engineering Energy Technology Engineering (general) Entrepreneurship & Innovation Environmental Engineering Ethnology Finance History Human Resources & Organisation Humanities (general) Industrial Engineering Insurance International Relations Journalism Law Linguistics & Languages Management & Leadership Marketing Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Philosophy Physics Political Sciences Public Health Real Estate Service Management & Hospitality Shipping Social Sciences (general) Social Work Society Sociology Structural Engineering Supply Chain Management

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