Each year, the ARES offers the chance to pursue an advanced bachelor’s or master’s degree program or a 2-to-6-month continuing education course within a higher education institution of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, Belgium.
Host Institution(s): Participating universities and academic institutions in Belgium
Level/Fields of study: Eligible Bachelor’s, Masters’s, and continuing education courses in the fields of aquaculture, health, food technology, economics, international development, GIS, information technology, agriculture, environment, human rights, microfinance, etc.
See the complete list of eligible courses on the official website.
Number of Awards: 130 Bachelor’s and Masters scholarships and 70 continuing education scholarships are available.
The scholarship covers international travel expenses, living allowance, registration fees, insurance, housing allowance, etc.
Eligibility Required for ARES Scholarships
For a request to be valid, the applicant must:
- Be national, reside and work in one of the following countries: Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Haiti, Indonesia, Kenya, Madagascar, Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Peru, Philippines, Republic of Guinea (Conakry), Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe;
- Hold a diploma comparable to a graduate-level degree (300 credits ECTS) from Belgian university studies for advanced masters and continuing education courses (equivalent to Bac+5); Hold a diploma comparable to an undergraduate level degree (180 credits ECTS) for advanced bachelors (equivalent to Bac+3). The candidate must have held the relevant academic degree for a maximum of 20 years at the time of the start of the course. This maximum period is increased by one year by childbirth and/or adoption.
- Possess relevant professional experience in an ARES partner country of at least two years after graduate studies for advanced bachelors, after postgraduate studies for advanced masters and continuing education courses.
- Additionally, Complete the application in the language in which the training is given. And, can attest a good written and spoken knowledge of it. Moreover, knowing a minimum of French allows for good integration into daily life in Belgium.
- Lastly, Apply for only one training course.
Applicants should not obtain prior admission to one of the French-speaking institutions in Belgium.
To apply for the scholarship, you must create a GIRAF account online and complete the scholarship application form. Lastly, It is important to visit the official website link found below to access the application form.
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