The European Union and the Nordic Council of Ministers award scholarships to young Belarusians who wish to pursue higher education in an effort to contribute to a democratic and prosperous development in Belarus. This programme provides a minimum of 200 undergraduate and graduate scholarships at universities across Europe. Successful candidates will receive full coverage of their tuition fees for the entire duration of their programme of studies. They will also be given a monthly stipend of 1,000 euros for living costs, a yearly travel allowance of 800 euros, as well as a yearly contribution of 100 euros for insurance costs.
Eligible candidates must be of Belarusian nationality. Students have to find themselves a suitable university, apply and be accepted. Candidates are also expected to commit to their studies abroad for the entire duration of their degree. Priority will be given to studies in the fields of law, economics and related social sciences, business studies, natural sciences, medicine and engineering.