Netherlands Fellowship Programme, University Of Groningen
Netherlands Fellowship Programme
|Purposes:||Master programme, Master (MSc/MA/LL.M.), Ph.D., Short stay/research|
|Programmes:||MSc Behavioural and Social Sciences, LL.M. Criminal Law and Criminology, Short course: Demographic Methods and Analysis, MSc Econometrics, Operations Research and Actuarial Studies, MSc Economics, MSc Economics and Business, MSc Educational Sciences, MSc Environmental and Infrastructure Planning, Master programme Euroculture, LL.M. European Law, MSc Human Resource Management, MSc International Business and Management, LL.M. International and Comparative Private Law, MSc International Economics and Business, LL.M. International Economic and Business Law, LL.M. International Law and the Law of International Organizations, Master programme Applied Linguistics: Teaching English as a Foreign Language, MA Philosophy, MA Philosophy: Research Master, MSc Population Studies, MSc Psychology, MSc Regional Studies, MSc Technology Management, MSc Applied Physics, MSc Astronomy, MSc Biomedical Engineering, MSc Business Administration, MSc Clinical and Psychosocial Epidemiology, Master programme Clinical Linguistics (EMCL), MSc Energy and Environmental Sciences, Master programme International Humanitarian Action (NOHA), Master programme International Relations and International Organization, Master programme Journalism, Master programme Language and Communication Technologies, Master programme Literary and Cultural Studies, MSc Medical Pharmaceutical Sciences, MSc Physics, Short course: Managing an Academic Network Infrastructure, MSc Pedagogic, Master programme European Integration, Master programme Global Governance, Master programme International Political Economy, Master programme International Security, Master programme Language and Cognition, Master programme Writing, Editing and Mediating, Master programme Concealed Knowledge: Gnosticism, Esotericism and Mysticism, Master programme Religion, Conflict and Globalization, Master programme Religion and the Public Domain, Master programme Origins of Abrahamic Religions|
|Countries of origin:||Afghanistan, Albania, Armenia, Autonomous Palestinian Territories, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cape Verde, China, Colombia, Congo (Dem Rep.), Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, Guinea-Bissau, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Macedonia, Mali, Moldova, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe|
Master's/ short course: You need to be be a national of and working in one of the selected developing countries on the list; be nominated by your employer; have been unconditionally admitted by a Dutch institution to one of the Master’s degree programmes on the course list; have completed an NFP Master’s Degree Programme application form and have submitted all the required documentation to the Netherlands embassy or consulate; not be employed by a large industrial, commercial, international or multinational organization; offer evidence of proficiency in speaking and writing the language of instruction; be available for the entire period of the programme and be physically and mentally able to take part in the entire programme; declare that you will return to their home country immediately after the study programme has ended.
PhD: You need to be a national of and working in one of the developing countries on the list; have been unconditionally admitted to a Dutch institution as a PhD student; have completed an NFP PhD Study application form and have submitted all the required documentation to the Netherlands embassy or consulate; offer proof that the PhD will be pursued according to a ‘sandwich’ or ‘picnic’ model; be nominated by his or her employer ; not be employed by a large industrial, commercial, international or multinational organization; offer evidence that he or she is sufficiently skilled in speaking and writing in the language of communication during the PhD; be available full–time to pursue the PhD without interruption, and be physically and mentally able to take part in the entire programme; declare that they will return to their home country immediately after the period of study and research in the Netherlands has ended.
The fellowships, which are granted for the duration of the programme, cover the tuition fees plus the costs of international travel, subsistence, books, and health insurance. Grant award period : 9-24 months
Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Depends on number of applicants
Please be aware that you need to meet two deadlines: (1) application deadlines for NFP candidates at the University of Groningen available in the programme information and (2) application deadlines of the Dutch Embassy in your country of residence. Please visit http://www.nuffic.nl/nfp
Candidates should apply first for admission at a Dutch educational institution. After receiving their letter of provisional admission, candidates may then apply for an NFP fellowship through the Netherlands embassy or consulate in their own country. For detailled information on the application procedure, please visit http://www.nuffic.nl/nfp
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