Postgraduate Scholarship for developing countries 2013
Graduate Scholarships for students from developing countries, University of Ghent, Belgium. Ghent University offers graduate scholarships to candidates from developing countries who wish to obtain a master’s degree.
Grants are available for all master’s programs at the University of Ghent. They are awarded for the duration of the studies with a maximum of 2 years.
In the case of one to two years, the scholarship program will be paid for the duration if the student has successfully completed the first year of the program.
The award consists of an allowance of € 850 per month plus tuition per year.
Graduate Scholarships – How does it work?
Applications for graduate scholarships for candidates from developing countries should be made on the specific application forms.
The Council for Development Cooperation (COS “Commissie voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking”) selects applications based in part on the recommendations obtained from a working group of the Council and makes recommendations to the Committee well founded Executive of the university.
The recommendation is based on:
the applicant’s qualifications
relevance of postgraduate study in the country of origin of the student
validation of knowledge in the candidate’s country of origin
the candidate’s motivation
student nationality. In the case of a tie on
the basis of the quality of the file, priority will be given to the categories of the DAC list of aid recipients with the lowest level of development and income
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