Reporting and evidence

Every year, by February 1 at the latest, the grantees shall submit to the Archimedes Foundation the interim report, which will be the basis of the transfer of the second payment. The interim report must be submitted to the application system.

The interim report shall include:

  • short free-form summary (1-5 pages) of current activities at the university signed by the supervisor;
  • formal confirmation of the student status issued by the university.

 

By the end of each academic year, but not later than September 1, the grantee shall submit to the Archimedes Foundation the final report of the academic year, which again will be the basis of the transfer of the next installment.

The final report shall include:

  • report in a fixed format;
  • short free-form summary (1-5 pages) of current activities at the university signed by the supervisor;
  • formal confirmation of the student status issued by the university;
  • documents certifying the dates of the actual travel to the city of the destination of the study abroad and back.

 

Students, whose scholarship agreement has been extended over the standard study period, are required twice a year, on 1 February and on 1 September during the extension period to submit reports on the progress of their studies.

The report shall include:

  • short free-form summary (1-5 pages) of current activities at the university signed by the supervisor;
  • formal confirmation of the student status issued by the university.

The report form shall be submitted electronically in the application system at the end of the first academic year. 

The Archimedes Foundation has the right to review the decision of allocation of the scholarship and demand full or partial refund of the paid scholarship if:

  • reports or the tickets are not submitted in a timely manner;
  • studies and research have not progressed;
  • it appears that the recipient of the scholarship has stayed in Estonia during the academic studies without approval of Archimedes;
  • it appears that the scholarship has been misused in some other way.
Last updated: 28.02.2017