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    ECB Women in Economics Scholarship

    The European Central Bank is offering grants, worth €10,000 each, to 15 female students in the field of economics, statistics, engineering and computing for the 2024-25 academic year. 

    If you are a woman currently enrolled, or about to enrol, in a Master’s degree in one of the above-mentioned fields of study at a university or business school in Europe, this scholarship could be for you!


    Who can apply

    • EU women citizens;
    • currently enrolled, or are about to enrol, in a master’s course in economics, statistics, engineering or computing at a European university or business school (have a look here)
    • obtained excellent grades in their undergraduate studies (i.e. for their bachelor’s degree) (corresponding grades for a range of countries check here);
    • facing a funding gap that may prevent you from pursuing your studies


    How to apply

    Applicants should complete the application form and return it together with all supporting documents to

    • proof of acceptance at or enrolment in a master’s degree programme in one of the relevant fields of study for the coming academic year;
    • official transcripts of their undergraduate academic record;
    • current funding situation;
    • current résumé, and motivation (explaining the reasons for pursuing a specific field of study and research and career interests);
    • an official academic letter of recommendation from a professor, guidance counsellor, administrator, coach or mentor.



    Successful candidates will get:

    • a grant of €10,000;
    • a study-visit to the ECB;
    • insight into the ECB’s central banking and banking supervision functions;
    • the opportunity to meet fellow scholars and the ECB Women in Leadership network;
    • advice and mentoring from an ECB economist or expert in the field of banking supervision, statistics, engineering or information technology.


    Deadline: 17 May 2024 (23:59 CEST).


    Read more here.