Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation is pleased to offer Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for developing countries’ students. Fellowships are available for masters degree programs, short courses and PhD studies at a Dutch higher education institution.
The NFP aims to help increase both the number and the competencies of skilled staff at a wide range of government and non-government organizations.
The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) promote capacity building within organizations in 51 countries by providing fellowships for training and education for professionals. The NFP is initiated and fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the budget for development cooperation.
Candidates must be a national of, and working and living in one of the countries on the NFP country. Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.
|Deadline||:||Applicants need to apply directly with a Dutch higher education institution of applicants choice|
|Providers||:||Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
|Course Level||:||Short courses, Masters and PhD degree programs|
|Field of Study||:||All subjects|
Scholarship Award for Netherlands Fellowship Programme:
An NFP fellowship is intended to supplement the salary that the fellow should continue to receive during the study period. The allowance is a contribution towards the costs of living, the costs of tuition fees, visas, travel, insurance and thesis research. If applicable, the fellowship holder is expected to cover the difference between the actual costs and the amount of the personal NFP allowances.
Eligibility for Netherlands Fellowship Programme:
The fellowships are awarded in a very competitive selection to highly motivated professionals who are in a position to introduce the newly-acquired skills and knowledge into their employing organization. The NFP is meant for professionals who are nationals of and work and live in one of the 51 NFP countries. The countries have been classified into two categories (I and II). Category I countries are priority countries and will receive more fellowships. Candidates have to be nominated by their employer to be eligible for the fellowship. There also has to be a clear need for training within the context of the organization. Applicants must meet a number of criteria that support the aim of the NFP to be eligible for a fellowship.
Students of Afghanistan, Albania, Armenia, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Colombia, Djibouti, DR Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Macedonia, Mali, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Surinam, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia and Zimbabwe can apply for the Netherlands Fellowship Programmes. The chances of obtaining an NFP fellowship increase if you live and work in Sub-Saharan Africa and/or if you are a woman.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Candidates must be a national of, and working and living in one of the countries on the NFP country.
Test Requirement: No
English Language Requirements: Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.
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