Application Due Date: Varying by Organization
The Orange Understanding Program intends to advance the advancement of the capability, understanding and quality of both people in addition to organisations both in the field of greater and professional education and in other fields connected to the top priority styles in the program nations.
Among the instruments used by the Orange Understanding.
Program are the private scholarships, which are open to mid-career.
experts who are nationals of -and living and operating in the.
We stress that these scholarships are likewise open for candidates from francophone nations.
Scholarships are offered for a choice of:
- brief courses (period 2 weeks to 12 months);-LRB- **********************).
- master’s programs (period 12– 24 months).
All courses that are qualified for an Orange Understanding Program.
scholarship for this application round are noted in Studyfinder. Please.
search in Studyfinder, utilizing the filter ‘OKP certified– Yes’ You can likewise discover contact information of the organizations there.
The application procedure for a scholarship is managed by the Dutch education organization. To find out more on the eligibility requirements and how to use, please read:
Please keep in mind that there are focus locations for each nation,.
which are considered when scholarship applications are.
chosen and examined. Applications that fall within the focus locations.
for a particular nation are provided top priority:
For some nations a federal government declaration is needed, see the following file:
Dates and due dates
There are 3 application rounds for private scholarships in2019 The existing application round opened on 7 February.
Application due dates differ per organization. After choosing a course,.
you require to get in touch with the Dutch organization straight to find out more.
about the application due date.
Provisionary opening for other application rounds will be 6 June 2019 and 5 September 2019.
For the existing application round there is additional spending plan for Masters.
and Brief courses for candidates of Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Palestinian.
Territories, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Mali, Nigeria and Niger.
The treatment is as follows:
- Prospects register
- Dutch organization chooses prospects and sends grant application
- Embassies inspect eligibility and examine applications
- Choice results released
- Grants granted
The Dutch organization can provide you more info on the.
numerous actions associated with the application and choice treatments, as.
well as the eligibility requirements. You can discover contact info for.
the Dutch organizations on www.studyfinder.nl
For Additional Information: