Application Deadline: October 18th 2018
Nuffic (The Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education) offers fellowships for training courses in The Netherlands. These fellowships seek to develop and strengthen the skills, instincts, and abilities of professionals to enable their organisations and communities to succeed in an ever-changing world.
The Nuffic programme is initiated and (almost) fully funded by the budget for development cooperation at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Nuffic Fellowships (OKP, MSP, and StuNed) will cover the tuition fee, return flights from an international airport to Amsterdam, insurance, accommodation and a small Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA).
In order to qualify for a Nuffic Fellowship, you must first obtain academic admission at The Hague Academy. Once your application has been assessed and admitted, you will receive further instructions to complete fellowship application
These fellowships are offered by The Netherlands organisation for international cooperation in higher education (NUFFIC) as part of the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP), and the MENA Scholarship Programme (MSP). The aim is to promote capacity building within organisations in eligible countries via training and education for professionals. This is initiated and (almost fully) funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the budget for development cooperation.
You can apply for the following training courses:
- Inclusive Service Delivery & the SDGs (18 – 29 March 2019)
Local public services such as waste management, water access, and social services have a huge impact on our daily lives and well-being. This course discusses how different levels of government can cooperate effectively and involve citizens and the private sector to promote pro-poor local service delivery.
- Citizen Participation and Inclusive Governance (8 – 19 April 2019)
In this training course, participants will discuss ways to involve citizens – especially minorities and marginalised groups – to create a culture of inclusive governance.
- Integrity and Anti-Corruption (17 – 28 June 2019)
This course will help you to understand the drivers of corruption. You will strengthen your analytical skills and learn about the instruments necessary to develop integrity and anti-corruption policies and programmes in line with recent international initiatives, legislation and agreements.
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