United Nations University Postgraduate Scholarship 2024
The University of United Nations Netherlands invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for their Merit Scholarship Program aimed at highly intelligent students wishing to study in their university. The scholarship details are outlined, apply now for scholarships.
The United Nations University is comprised of the Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT) and its School of Governance at Maastricht University (UM). This scholarship is put up through a collaborative efforts of this institutes.
•Scholarship Sponsor(s): The United Nations University
•Scholarship Type: Full Scholarship
•Scholarship Worth: Full scholarship (worth not stated)
•Number of Awards: Not Specified
Study Level: PhD
•Nationality: Candidates from United Nations member States
The following eligibility conditions shall be taken to account for candidates selection for this scholarship. Interested candidates should have;
★A Master’s degree from a relevant academic field, including:
★economics, international relations, political science, law, social sciences, business administration, health sciences or public health
★Basic knowledge of mathematics and statistics, which is measured by reviewing the content and level of previous studies and/or working experience
★Basic knowledge of economics, social sciences, political science and/or law, which is measured by reviewing the content and level of previous studies and/or working experience
★Proficiency in English, with a minimum level of 600 PBT / 240 CBT / 100 IBT for the TOEFL or 7.0 for the IELTS (native speakers of English and students who received their Bachelor’s or Master’s education in English are exempt). Maastricht University’s TOEFL code is 7102.
How To Apply
All applications for the United Nations University Postgraduate Scholarship are done online through the link provided.
The following will or may be required during application;
°Certified copies of your certificates and grades and an explanation of the grading system
°Proof of English proficiency
°A motivation letter of 400 – 500 words
°Three letters of recommendation (in English only) by current or former professors or employers
°One-page essay indicating the topic of research interest
°Copy of your passport
°Passport size photo
°Full information about your present study and/or job