HOPES Scholarships, 2017

Posted: May 30, 2017 in Apr-Jun Deadline, Europe, France, Masters, MBA
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icon Masters, MBA

icon Programs offered by the chosen university

Open to refugees from Syria

icon  Campus France

icon 15 Jun 2017

icon Full Funding, tuition fees + Living allowance

More about this scholarship

EU ‘Madad’ Fund in partnership with UNHCR’s Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative (DAFI) is offering HOPES Scholarships, 2017 to refugees from Syria in Jordan.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Applicants of HOPES Scholarships, 2017 must be refugees from Syria.
  • The age of the applicants must be less than 32 years.
  • Candidates applying for HOPES Scholarships, 2017 should have a valid refugee permit issued by UNHCR.
  • Students must have completed a bachelor’s degree with a good average from a recognized university.
  • Candidates will be eligible if they have no other means of financial support to obtain the master’s degree.
  • Students must not be in receipt of any other scholarships.
  • Candidates who would like to study at GJU should have a tentative acceptance letter from the University.
  • Students who are already enrolled in the aster’s degree program at Jordanian universities can also apply.
  • Women are encouraged to apply.
  • MBA in German Jordanian University is not applicable for the scholarship.

Documents required:

  • A proof of registration in UNHCR or valid copy of UNHCR Asylum seeker certificate
  • Copies of certificates and transcripts of high school diploma, Bachelor degree
  • Original copy of the master’s degree acceptance letter (only to those who wish to study at GJU)
  • Registration at University and transcripts (if available)

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