Applications are open for the Netherlands Government Scholarship 2023. The Netherlands government is providing a free chance to study there. This fully-funded scholarship program is named Orange Knowledge Program and aims to gather intellectual students worldwide to enable development. The scholarships are open for short courses on urban management or development and master’s degree programs.
The Orange Knowledge Program (OKP) scholarship in the Netherlands provides a unique opportunity for individuals from developing countries to enhance their skills and knowledge in various fields. The scholarship covers tuition fees, accommodation, and travel expenses for selected participants to receive high-quality training and education in the Netherlands. This program aims to promote sustainable development and strengthen the capacity in the least developed and lower to middle-developing countries.
The OKP scholarship will enhance your skills and give you visible personal and professional growth. Scholarships in Europe are available to professionals working in (urban) development from 52 countries offered by Nuffic. The scholarship is completely funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and aims to contribute to inclusive and sustainable development by providing access to education and training to professionals and organizations. The duration of the Netherland government scholarship OKP for short courses is 3 weeks to 3 months, while the duration for master’s program is 12 months to 24 months.
The Netherlands Government Scholarship prioritizes applications related to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Security and the Rule of Law, but other fields are still accepted. This program aims to enhance skills and knowledge in developing countries through high-quality education and training in the Netherlands for mid-career professionals. Therefore, if you meet the criteria, apply for this master’s scholarship to study in Netherlands.
Fields offered for Orange Knowledge Program:
- Agriculture and environment
- International Justice
- Climate & Environment
- Management and accounting
- General programs
- Private Sector Development
- Health care
- Social service and care services
- Security and Rule of Law
- Hotel, catering, tourism, leisure, transport and logistics
- Social sciences
- Food and Nutrition Security
- Communication and arts
- Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights
- Public administration, public order and safety
- Natural sciences
- Women’s Rights and Gender Equality
- Computer science
You can check further details about the programmes here.