KU Leuven IRO PhD Grants: for Developing Countries 6814 views8 applications

KU Leuven IRO Doctoral Grants for Students from Developing Countries in Belgium by the Interfaculty Council for Development Cooperation (IRO) 

The IRO Doctoral Scholarships Program is organized and managed by IRO, the University’s Interfaculty Council for Development Cooperation (Interfacultaire Raad voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking).

This programme is intended for the student to do his or her whole research at KU Leuven; therefore, any other type of agreement / program (e.g. Sandwich programs, etc) are not envisioned. Women are encouraged to apply for the doctoral scholarship under this scheme.

General Eligibility Conditions:

  1. The applicant must be a citizen of one Developed Countries(Listed under the Program)
  2. The applicant should not possess a citizenship from an EU country.
  3. A master’s degree must have been awarded no more than ten years prior to October 1st, 2017 (including the ongoing calendar year).
  4. The candidate must demonstrate a development-oriented motivation.
  5. The candidate must be supported by good recommendations from his/her referees.

Eligible group: Citizens of Developing Countries.

Core Areas:

  1. Humanities and Social Sciences
  2. Science, Engineering and Technology
  3. Biomedical Sciences

Number of Awards : Not specified.
Duration: 48 months (4 years

Scholarship benefits
The scholarship offers a

  1. Monthly allowance,
  2. Housing allowance,
  3. Waived tuition fee,
  4. Health insurance,
  5. Accident insurance,
  6. Return tickets and other allowances

Method of Application: Applications are made online.

Quick Overview———
Organization KU Leuven: Interfaculty Council for Development Cooperation (IRO)
Level Graduate (PhD)
Country Belgium
Subject areas Soc. sci, Humanities, Sci., Eng., Tech., Biomed Sci.
Fellowship As per norms
Eligibility Open for all
Deadline April and Novenmber yearly
————————————–

Further Link: Click here

Company Information
  • Total Jobs 18 Jobs
  • Address Belgium
Connect with us

19 PhD positions at University of Copenhagen

19 PhD positions at University of Copenhagen Position 1: PhD scholarships at The Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen Faculty

4 PhD Fellowships: Economics and Business

The School of Economics and Business at Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has four positions as PhD Research Fellows

BITS Pilani: Faculty openings

BITS Pilani invites applications for faculty positions. BITS Pilani offers positions from its campuses in Pilani, Goa, Hyderabad and Dubai.

Postdoc position in Physics at NIMS

Postdoc position in Physics at NIMS: National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), MANA (International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics), First-Principles Simulation

Research Scientist (Postdoc) Position in Nuclear Physics at RIKEN

Research Scientist (Postdoc) Position in Nuclear Physics at RIKEN: RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research High Energy Nuclear Physics Laboratory invites

Postdoc Position in Biomedical Engineering at DCU

Postdoc Position in Biomedical Engineering at DCU: Dublin City University (DCU) is an equal opportunities employer and holds an Athena

Postdoc in Neurobiology at VU Amsterdam

Postdoc in Neurobiology at VU Amsterdam: In Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU Amsterdam) researcher from different disciplines and backgrounds work together

Postdoc Positions in Psychology at UQ

Postdoc Positions in Psychology at UQ: Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, School of Psychology, the University of Queensland (UQ)

13 Postdoctoral/ RA Positions: University of Reading

13 Postdoctoral/ RA Positions: University of Reading Position 1: Data assimilation scientific programmer (PDRA) Closing date: 15/03/2020 School / Function:

Postdoc position: Polymer Foam-Based Metamaterials

The Dynamic Polymers group within the Laboratory of Organic Chemistry at Wageningen University & Research is looking for a postdoctoral
Share