Graduate Institute Africa and Middle East Scholarships, Switzerland 2022 is open for Middle East Students, African Students . The scholarship allows Masters, PhD level programme(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. The deadline of the scholarship is Open.
The Graduate Institute, Geneva offers Master and PhD scholarships to support the brightest postgraduates from the Middle East and Africa to study at the Institute. Among its alumni, the Graduate Institute is proud to include Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary-General, Sibusio Bengu, the first black Vice-Chancellor of a South African university, and Osita Eze, former Director General of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs.
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. A number of special scholarship opportunities are available to students who meet specific eligibility criteria.Table of Content
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is an institution of research and higher education dedicated to the study of world affairs, with a particular emphasis on the cross-cutting fields of international relations and development issues. Through their core activities, they aim to promote international cooperation and make a contribution to the progress of developing societies. More broadly, they endeavour to develop creative thinking on the major challenges of their time, foster global responsibility and advance respect for diversity. they are a cosmopolitan commu... read more
Partial Funding: The selected PhD and master candidates will be provided scholarships towards the educational cost of a postgraduate study program at Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
Through a disciplinary or interdisciplinary lens, our master and PhD study programmes will provide you with a sound understanding of the local and global processes that define the politics and practices of international affairs and development.
Candidates must have a diploma from a Middle East or African university or hold citizenship of a MEA country. They must demonstrate financial need and an excellent academic interest and performance.
The candidates’ eligibility is assessed by the Financial Aid Committee according to the application file, which includes documents justifying financial needs and a motivation letter. The committee pays particular attention to academic results, the motivation letter and the request for financial aid, but also to references and other relevant information.
To be considered, candidates must send their application to one of our programmes and complete the financial aid form.
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