Fully Funded Nuffic scholarship is available for short courses at The Hague Academy. Nuffic is a Dutch non-profit organization which offers scholarships for training courses in The Netherlands. These scholarships seek to develop and strengthen the skills and abilities of professionals, in order to enable their organizations and communities to succeed in an ever-changing world. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs funds the Nuffic Scholarship program.
The Nuffic Scholarship for short courses at The Hague Academy (OKP and MSP) cover the tuition fee, return flights (from an international airport to Amsterdam), insurance, and accommodation, in addition to a small Daily Subsistence Allowance.
The Orange Knowledge Program is a Dutch global development program. The program was kicked off mid-2017 for 5 years and involves 53 countries.
The objective of the Orange Knowledge Programme is to contribute to society’s sustainable and inclusive development by strengthening the skills and knowledge of both individuals, groups of individuals and organizations.
The key priorities for the program are Food and nutrition security, Water, energy and climate, Sexual and reproductive health and rights, as well as Security and the rule of law. Cross-cutting themes relevant to all activities of the program include Private Sector Development, Climate, and Gender and Inclusive Development.
The MENA Scholarship Program aims to contribute to the democratic transition in one of the 10 participating countries in the Middle East and North Africa region. It also seeks to build capacity within organizations by enabling employees (45 years and younger) to participate in short courses in various fields of study.
Candidates are eligible for the Nuffic Scholarship for the short courses including
Moreover, the candidate’s age should be less than 45 years, while their place of origin should be one of the countries approved by Nuffic program.
To apply for the Fully Funded Nuffic Short Courses Scholarship, candidates must apply for the course online. Moreover, the candidates will require to demonstrate their motivation for the course. The candidates will require to answer 3 questions that clearly indicate the link between his/her organization and position on the one hand, and (elements of) the Country Focus on the other hand.
Further, the candidates will also require to submit the documentation along with the application. Documents must be in PDF format and must not exceed 2 MB.
Also, the candidates should submit a copy of their passport. The passport must still be valid for at least four months after the application deadline.
The Hague Academy will accept the application for the fully funded Nuffic Short Courses Scholarship until 8 October 2019. Applications arriving after the deadline are not eligible for the scholarship.