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SCHOLARSHIPS


Students and professionals from the 31 VLIR-UOS scholarships countries can apply for a scholarship to attend an ICP. The scholarships are intended for people from the South who hold a responsible position in society.

For inquiries about the Master of Statistics ICP (scholarship applications, practical arrangements, etc.), please consult the programme website or contact Mrs Martine Machiels.

 

More information about the ICP of Transportation Sciences can be found on their programme website or with Mrs Nadine Smeyers

The Government of Flanders has launched this new scholarship programme in 2015, Master Mind Scholarships. For the academic year 2017-2018, it awarded up to 45 scholarships to outstanding Master students from all countries. The programme aims to promote the internationalization of the Flemish Higher Education.

More information on the application in the context of an UHasselt master programme can be found here.

Enabel is the Belgian development agency, which makes its resources and expertise available in order to eradicate poverty in the world. Enabel supports and supervises development programmes and provides study and training scholarships every year. Training, knowledge transfer and teaching skills are essential activities to enable the partner countries to take charge their own development and fight poverty. Study and training scholarships for nationals of the partner countries are therefore an essential component of Belgian development cooperation work.

Study scholarships are awarded to finance third-cycle university programmes and to establish mixed doctorates, among other purposes. Training scholarships, involving a stay in Belgium averaging one to six months, are usually awarded to experts who are active in development projects.

The training areas include medical and pharmaceutical sciences (14%), economics (15%), sciences and applied sciences (18%), infrastructure (14%), and educational and psychosocial sciences (12%).