ARES Bachelors and Masters Scholarships for Rwandan in Belgium, 2022

The ARES is delighted to announce the Bachelors and Masters Scholarships for developing countries students in Belgium.

Each year, The ARES awards an average of 130 scholarships Master’s and Bachelor’s Scholarship and 70 Countinuing education scholarships to nationals of its partner countries. Students of 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 can apply for these scholarships.

Applicants must have a good knowledge of written and spoken French. For training organized in another language, it is necessary to know the course language, written and spoken. They also ask the candidate to commit to learning French to participate in daily life in Belgium.

Scholarship Description:

  • Application Deadline: The deadline for submission is 28 January 2022
  • Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing bachelor’s and master’s programmes in Belgium.
  • Study Subject: 
  • Bachelier de spécialisation en Business Data Analysis
  • Bachelier de spécialisation en pédiatrie et néonatologie
  • Master de spécialisation en droits humains
  • Master de spécialisation en gestion des risques et des catastrophes à l’ère de l’anthropocène
  • Master de spécialisation en gestion intégrée des risques sanitaires
  • Specialized Master in International and Development Economics
  • Specialized Master in Microfinance
  • Specialized Master in Public Health Methodology
  • Master de spécialisation en sciences de la santé publique – analyse et évaluation des politiques programmes et systèmes de santé internationale
  • Master de spécialisation en transport et logistique
  • Master de spécialisation – Design d’innovation sociale
  • Master de spécialisation en Nexus Eau-Énergie-Alimentation
  • Number of Scholarships: Each year, The ARES awards an average of 130 scholarships Master’s and Bachelor’s scholarships and 70 Continuing education scholarships to nationals of its partner countries.
  • Nationality: Developing country
  • Scholarship can be taken in Belgium

Eligibility 

  • Eligible 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.
  • Entrance Requirements: For the application to be admissible, the candidate must:
  • 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 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.
  • 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.
  • Apply for only one training course
  • English Language Requirements: Applicants must have a good knowledge of written and spoken French. For training organized in another language, it is necessary to know the course language, written and spoken. They also ask the candidate to commit to learning French to participate in daily life in Belgium.

Application Procedure

  • You must first ensure that you have an active GIRAF account.

Benefits

International travel costsReceipts must be providedEconomy-class travel on an IATA-approved airline, with a maximum of one round-trip ticket per academic year.
Living allowanceLump-sumFor 12 months.
Indirect mission costsLump-sumThis amount is given once per stay upon arrival of the scholarship holder.
Registration fees At the current rate for DGD scholars.
Insurance costs Directly paid by ARES.

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