Scholarships for Short Courses in Netherlands – The Hague Academy in the Netherlands (Fully Funded)
Nuffic scholarships are available for short courses at The Hague Academy. Nuffic is a Dutch non-profit organisation which offers scholarships for training courses in The Netherlands.
Scholarships for Short Courses in Netherlands
These scholarships seek to develop and strengthen the skills and abilities of professionals, in order to enable their organisations and communities to succeed in an ever-changing world.
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs funds the Nuffic Scholarship programme.
The Nuffic Scholarships for short courses at The Hague Academy (OKP, MSP and StuNed) cover the tuition fee, return flights (from an international airport to Amsterdam), insurance, and accommodation, in addition to a small Daily Subsistence Allowance.
Eligibility Criteria for short Courses scholarships in Netherlands
There is no age limit.
The candidate must be a national of, and working and living in, one of the following countries on OKP country list.
The candidate must not be employed by an organisation that has its own means of staff development, for example:
- Multinational corporations (e.g. Shell, Unilever, Microsoft),
- Large national and/or large commercial organisations,
- Bilateral donor organisations (e.g. USAID, DFID, Danida, Sida, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, FinAid, AusAid, ADC, SwissAid),
- Multilateral donor organisations, (e.g. a UN organisation, the World Bank, the IMF, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, IADB),
- International NGO’s (e.g. Oxfam, Plan, Care);
The candidate must have a current Employer Statement according to the prescribed Nuffic Format. All the requested segments must be completed.
The Employer Statement must be scanned with the original signature AND stamp of the organisation, and preferably on official letterhead of the organisation.
If applicable, the candidate must have a government statement that meets the requirements of the country in which the employer is established.
The candidate must have a passport that is valid at least four months after the application deadline
The short courses are taught in English. Therefore, it is important that your English language skills be good.
Open Courses 2021
Open Courses 2021
- Part 1 – Online: 08/02 – 19/03Part 2 – Online: 28/06 – 16/07
- Urban Governance: Resilient and Smart Cities – Online training
- Part 1 – Online: 01/03 – 09/04Part 2 – Online: 21/06 – 09/07
- Inclusive Service Delivery & the SDGs – Online training
- Part 1 – Online: 22/03 – 30/04Part 2 – Online: 28/06 – 16/07
- Citizen Participation and Inclusive Governance – Online training
- Part 1 – Online: 22/03 – 30/04Part 2 – Online: 07/06 – 25/06
- Climate Adaptation and Local Resilience – Online training
- Part 1 – Online: 12/04 – 21/05Part 2 – Online: 28/06 – 16/07
- Local Economic Development – Online training
- Part 1 – Online: 12/04 – 21/05Part 2 – Online: 21/06 – 09/07
- Multilevel Water Governance
- Face to Face: 06/09 – 17/09
- Integrity and Anti-Corruption
- Face to Face: 27/09 – 08/10
- Conflict, Rule of Law and Local Security
- Face to Face: 11/10 – 22/10
- Migration and Local Authorities
- Face to Face: 01/11 – 12/11
- Gender Responsive Governance
- Face to Face: 15/11 – 26/11
For more information and application details, see; Scholarships for Short Courses in Netherlands
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