Fully Funded Scholarships in Belgium: (Deadline 15 February 2021)
ARES Scholarships – Funded by Government of Belgium is available to undertake Short Training, Masters level programs at Belgium Universities.
- Master of specialization in development, environment, and societies
- Also, Master of specialization in human rights
- Likewise, specialization in aquatic resources management and aquaculture
- Moreover, specialization in risk and disaster management
- Also, Master of specialization in integrated management of health risks in developing countries (GIRISS)
- Similarly, specialized Master in International and Development Economics
- Moreover, master of Specialization in Transfusion Medicine
- Additionally, specialized Master in Microfinance
- However, master of specialization in integrated production and preservation of natural resources in urban and peri-urban areas
- Additionally, specialized Master in Public Health Methodology
- Master of Specialization in Public Health Sciences – Research Methods Applied to Global Health
- Master’s degree in Science and Environmental Management in Developing Countries
- Also, master of specialization in transport and logistics.
Students from developing countries are eligible.
- International travel costs Receipts must be provided Economy-class travel on an IATA-approved airline, with a maximum of one round-trip ticket per academic year.
- Likewise, living allowance Flat rate1150 €/month for a duration of 12 months.
- Indirect mission fees Flat rate150 €. This amount is given once per stay, upon arrival of the grantee.
- Also, arrival allowance, tuition, and return fees Flat rate700 €. This amount is given once per stay, upon arrival of the grantee.
- Registration fees At the current rate for DGD grantees. Insurance fees Directly paid by ARES.
- Moreover, travel costs that are part of inter-university training Receipts must be provided Reimbursed based on real costs incurred, with receipts provided.
Applying for an ARES grant is totally free. ARES does not charge fees at any stage of the application nor selection process. You may inform us via e-mail of any problems with individuals or companies who claim to represent ARES and request any payment.
For a request to be valid, the applicant must:
- Be a citizen of a developing country. To be eligible, applicants must be residing and working in their country of origin when they apply;
- Only nationals of the following countries may apply for grants from ARES: Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cuba, Ecuador, Ethiopia (only for training courses in English), Haiti, Madagascar, Morocco, Niger, Peru, the Philippines, the DR Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, and Vietnam;
- Also, be under the age of 40 for degree programs, and under 45 for training courses, at the time the training is scheduled to begin;
- Have earned a diploma comparable to a graduate-level diploma from Belgian university studies. Nevertheless, for certain training courses, different requirements may be requested, which will be specified below;
- Likewise, possess relevant professional experience in a developing country of at least two years after graduate studies, or of three years after their studies if the applicant has earned a post-grad degree from a university in an industrialized country;
- Have good mastery of written and spoken French. For training courses held in another language, it is essential to have a proper level in the course’s language, both written and spoken. We shall insist that the applicant commit to learning French in order to take part in daily life in Belgium;
- Also, apply for only one training course.
Applicants should not obtain prior admission to one of the Francophone universities in Belgium in order to be considered for ARES grants.
The procedure to apply for an ARES grant is now online via the GIRAF platform by 5 February 2021 at the latest. Please note that applications for the following internships must be submitted via GIRAF by 15 January 2021 at the latest.