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NFP Scholarships for Short Courses

NFP Scholarships for Short Courses

Target audience
Students from developing countries
Study period
2 - 50 weeks
Maximum allowance
Tuition, visa and travel expenses
Eligibility (level)
Short course
Eligibility (discipline)
All
Eligibility (field of study)
All
University
All
Application deadline
Deadlines may vary

Scholarship description

The Netherlands Fellowship Program scholarship (NFP) is meant to aid the development of 60 pre-selected countries. Assistance is provided in the form of training and education to mid-career staff members. The NFP scholarship aspires to help improve know-how of skilled manpower within a wide range of governmental, private and non-governmental organizations The NFP scholarship is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The NFP scholarship for short courses is intended for mid-career professionals who are nationals of and working and living in one of the NFP countries. To be eligible for the NFP scholarship you will need to be a national of one of these countries. You will find a list of NFP countries on the scholarship website. Countries include: East and Central Asian regions, African, Latin and Central American countries.

Successful NFP scholarship recipients will be able to substantiate their need for training within the context of country specific capacity building. NFP scholarship applications are to be submitted to the Netherlands Embassy in your country. You will need to be admitted to a master degree before you can apply.

For more information about the NFP scholarship for short courses, please refer to the scholarship website.

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