Qualifications that signify completion of the second cycle (e.g. Master's degrees) are awarded to students who:
The second cycle (e.g. Master's degrees) of the Qualifications Framework of the European Higher Education Area refers to level 7 of the European Union's European Qualifications Framework.
To be eligible for this programme you can not have lived in Sweden for more than twelve months in total over the last three years ranging back from the last of September 2017.
Example 1: You have been studying two terms in Sweden. Autumn 2015 and spring 2016. Yes, you can be eligible because you have not been in Sweden for more than twelve months.
Example 2: You have been employed and working in Sweden since August 2016 and if you are accepted to the Newbreed Cofund programme you would like to continue working until it starts. No, you are not eligible because you will have been working in Sweden for more than twelve months.
Example 3: You have been studying in Sweden from January 2015 to June 2015 and then you went back to work in Sweden from August 2015 to February 2017 (all in all 13 months). No, you are not eligible.
that this is just a quick diagnostic survey and a pass does not necessarily
mean you are eligible for the Newbreed Cofund programme at Örebro University.