Doctoral Scholarships by University of Gent for Developing Countries, Berlin, 2013

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University of Gent announces doctoral scholarships for students from developing country at the university in Berlin, 2013

Gent University is offering scholarships for developing country’s doctoral students to get engaged with the university for their research work . The scholarship is available to cover an amount of €1.750.

University of Gent

University of Gent

University of Gent was established in 1817 by King William of the Netherlands. It is a Dutch speaking public university located at Gent, Belgium and abbreviated as UGent. The University comprises of 32,000 students and 7,100 staff members ranking at the position of 93rd in the world.

The university distinguishes itself internationally as a socially committed and pluralistic university. The university offers high quality courses within 11 faculties and over 130 departments. The University offers bachelors, masters, doctoral and post doctoral program courses. It also has five doctoral schools. At the University, all the bachelor programs are taught in Dutch and only in few masters courses, English is used as a main language of instruction.

The University of Gent is offering scholarships for developing country’s students. The duration of the scholarship will be 24 months. Selection of the candidates is based on academic excellence.

Students can submit their applications by the deadline March 7, 2013. Applications must be sent through post or e-mail. Interested students must fulfill entry requirement for the course.

Program Name Doctoral Scholarships
Application Deadline Application deadline for the scholarship will be March 7, 2013.
University world ranking The University of Gent’s ranking is 93rd in the world.
Affiliations The University of Gent is affiliated with Ghent University Association, Santander Network, Erasmus Student Network, European University Association andCESAER.
About Employer The University of Gent was established in 1817 by King William of the Netherlands. It is a Dutch speaking public university located at Gent, Belgium. The university abbreviated as UGent. The University comprises of 32,000 students and 7,100 staff members with the world ranking of 93. The university distinguishes itself internationally as a socially committed and pluralistic university.
Course Level Scholarship will be offered to doctoral students.
To be Eligible Applicants:

  • Must be nationals of developing country.
  • Must provide with a guarantee that they are able to work on PhD project with the partner university.
Open for Countries The scholarship is open for developing country students.
Program Details The University of Gent is offering scholarships to developing country students for PhD research project with the partner university. The scholarship will cover amount of €1.750.
University Scholarship Deadline Interested students can apply for the scholarship by the deadline March 7, 2013. Applications must be sent by post or e-mail. Students can find application form at the website.
Official Website For detailed information about the Doctoral Scholarships, visit University of Gent.

We have now provided you with all information regarding scholarship.  Students with academic excellence are encouraged to apply for the scholarship.

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