The grants are available for all master programmes at Ghent University. They are awarded for the duration of the studies with a maximum of 2 years.
In case of a two-year-programme the scholarship will only be paid for the full term if the student successfully completes the first year of the programme.
The scholarship consists of an allowance of € 850 per month plus the yearly tuition fee.
Graduate Scholarship - How does it work?
The applications for postgraduate scholarships for candidates from developing countries must be submitted on speciﬁc application forms.
The Council for Development Cooperation (COS: "Commissie voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking") makes a selection of the applications based in part on the recommendations obtained from a working group of this Council and proceeds to formulate well-founded recommendations to the Executive Committee of the university.
The recommendation is based on:
For more information and scholarship application materials, see: Postgraduate Scholarships For Students From Developing Countries
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