Based on the Rules and Criteria of the Hastor Foundation, a call for the award of scholarships for full-time students – enrolled for the first time in the academic year 2021/2022 has been published.
Full-time students studying at accredited higher education institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina have the right to apply.
The deadline for applications is January 25, 2022 until 16:30 hrs.
- Citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- Enrolled students of the second and third year of undergraduate/ bachelor studies at accredited higher education institutions throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina (this applies to students whose undergraduate/ bachelor studies last 3 years);
- Enrolled students of the second, third and fourth year of undergraduate/bachelor studies at accredited higher education institutions throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina (this applies to students whose undergraduate/bachelor studies last 4 years);
- Enrolled students of the first year of graduate/master’s studies at accredited higher education institutions throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina (this applies to students whose master’s studies last 2 or more years);
- Enrolled students of the second, third and fourth year of integrated study at accredited higher education institutions throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina (this applies to students whose integrated study lasts 5 years);
- Enrolled students of the second, third, fourth and fifth year of integrated study at accredited higher education institutions throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina (this applies to students whose integrated study lasts 6 years);
- Achieved grade average during studies: 8.0 and higher (3.5 or more);
- Not older than 24 years;
- Candidate is not a recipient of a scholarship or other financial aid for studying from another institution or is ready to give it up in case of a positive selection outcome in this call;
- Candidate’s brother/sister is not a Hastor Foundation Fellow.
Before the final decision on the scholarship is made, candidates who are shortlisted for the scholarship will be interviewed. Candidates are required to bring the following documents to the interview:
- ID card
- University index
- Household members list
- Certificate of income of family household members listed in the house list (certificate of average salary for the previous 3 months including hot meal, copy of pension check, copy of check on disability benefits, copy of check for child allowance or income on any other basis)
- For unemployed members of the family household, a certificate of unemployment issued by the competent institution – the employment bureau or the tax administration.
Selected scholarship candidates are required to submit the following documentation before signing the scholarship agreement:
- Birth certificate
- Certificate of citizenship
- Certificate confirming the absence of any criminal record
- Copy of ID card and a copy of CIPS
- Certificate confirming full-time study
- Certificate of passed exams during studies
- Certified statement from the competent authority that the applicant is not recipient of scholarships or other study grants from another institution
A scholarship cannot be awarded to two or more students from the same family household.
By signing the Scholarship Agreement, the candidate commits himself/herself to volunteer activities within the activities of the Hastor Foundation. Volunteering for Hastor Foundation scholarship holders does not necessarily have to be done at the place of residence or place of study. More information on Hastor Foundation’s volunteer activities and mission can be found on our website.
The Hastor Foundation reserves the right to take into account the socio-economic status of the applicant, kind of degree at the university, as well as other circumstances when selecting candidates.
In case of technical problems when applying online, please send an e-mail with a clear inquiry to email@example.com or call 033/774-789.
Incomplete and untimely applications will not be considered.