Sunday, November 1, 2015

Scholarship: Gratuate Institute Master and PhD for African Students in Switzerland, 2015/2016 Academic Session.

The Graduate Institute strives to support talented scholars from around the world. Financial aid packages may include cost-of-living scholarships, tuition reduction and/or a paid position, in various proportions. Aid is awarded with consideration to both financial need and academic merit. More information on financial aid
A number of special scholarship opportunities are available to students who meet specific additional eligibility criteria:

Scholarships for students from Africa (MA and PhD programme)

Support outstanding and highly motivated candidates, citizens of an African country, who intend to pursue a Master or a PhD at the Institute. Candidates need to demonstrate financial needs and academic excellence. Candidates may be enrolled or have completed an undergraduate programme outside of Africa.

Prunier Foundation Scholarships for students from Japan (MA and PhD programme)

Support outstanding and highly motivated Japanese candidates who intend to pursue a Master or a PhD at the Institute in one of the following programmes: Master in Development Studies, Master in Anthropology and Sociology of Development, Master in International Economics, PhD in Development Economics, PhD in Anthropology and Sociology of Development.

Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Scholarships (PhD programme)

Support outstanding and highly motivated students enrolled in the Institute's PhD programme who have either completed a degree programme in an American university, irrespective of their nationality (two scholarships), or who come from a Muslim country (two scholarships).

Application Instructions:

Complete the online application for admission, including the general scholarship application pages. If your profile matches the specific criteria for one of the aid programmes described above, the Scholarship Committee will consider you for the relevant aid package.
The Foundations do not accept direct solicitations.
Deadline: 15 January 2016. Study programmes start September 2016

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